20214 82nd Avenue
1133305 BC Ltd. was awarded final approval by Township of Langley Council for their 52 unit rowhome development in the Latimer neighbourhood of Willougby. Rowhomes are non-strata attached homes which tend to sell very well in the Township of Langley.
The 52 rowhomes will be set on 10 buildings on the 4.77 acre site, 5 on either side of the future 202nd Street.
The finished projected will include very livable home sizes ranging from 1,597 sq.ft. to 1,902 sq.ft.
There will be a total of 218 parking stalls, including 2 garage parking per unit, plus 2 in front of the garage, plus 10 visitor parking spaces.
The site will actually have the future 202nd Street connection to 82nd Avenue running right down the middle. It’ll be well within walking distance to Langley Events Centre, Latimer Village, Peter Ewert Middle School, RE Mountain Secondary School and a future elementary school sited within the Latimer Heights master plan project by Vesta.
The site is located in an area with a fair bit of development activity as shown in the map above. North of 82nd Avenue here is Vesta Properties Latimer Heights master planned community. To the South there is a new application for townhomes and single family homes. Directly to the west is a land assembly currently seeking to amend the Latimer plan designation from single family homes to townhomes.
While the current catchment elementary school for this site is Willoughby Elementary, this will likely eventually be changed with the building of a nearby school on a site located in Latimer Heights. Due to the current middle school catchment boundaries, students will not be able to attend Peter Ewert Middle School which is 3 blocks away – the catchment is Yorkson Creek Middle School, which is over twice the distance. As density in the area shifts, however, expect the School Board to revisit these boundaries. RE Mountain is the catchment secondary school. SD35 projects the 52 units to house 16 elementary, 8 middle school and 7 secondary school students.
The site would be services currently by bus stops along 200th Street to the West. The Carvolth Transit Exchange is also 2.7km to the North.
There are (or were) 3 “significant trees” on the site with none proposed for retention. The Township requires 143 replacement trees plus an additional 42 street trees. The current tree plan looks as follows:
Final Adoption was approved by Council (8-1) on November 18, 2019.
There was no sales information at time of publication. Please contact our team at 778-240-4239 or [email protected] for the most up to date information.
The application was in the name of 1133305 BC Ltd.
However, a representative from Wesgroup attended the public information session, leading me to assume this may be a boutique development for the developer.
Report to Council
REZONING APPLICATION NO. 100514 AND
DEVELOPMENT PERMIT APPLICATION NO. 100976
(1133305 BC LTD. / 20214 – 82 AVENUE)
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