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Langley’s agricultural land could be lost to industrial demand

I attended the Metro Vancouver regional planning and agriculture meeting this morning, where there was an interesting discussion about increasing the intensity of industrial areas by 2040. This basically means looking into non-industrial use in industrial buildings, reducing road width and adding more stories to existing buildings — all in all intensifying and increasing use … Continue reading

Are Langley, Surrey and White Rock the new Vancouver for home buyers?

Could Langley, Surrey and White Rock’s lower housing prices be pushing people out of metro Vancouver and into more affordable condos in the suburbs? Recent statistics show that condo sales across B.C. are declining, except in Langley, Surrey and White Rock, which are higher sales than in previous years. Experts say that this increase is … Continue reading