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  Project #LocationApplication DateAgentPhoneProject Description 
View Map 08-14-019320100 block of 68 AvenueMar-31-2015  The Applicant proposes to construct 26 townhouses and 119 apartments. Existing zoning is Comprehensive Development Zone (CD-85).
View Map 10-32-006622538 Fraser HighwayMar-19-2015  The applicant proposes to enclose the storage area at the back of property.
View Map 08-26-01548504 and 8520 204 StreetMar-18-2015FOCUS ARCHITECTURE INC604.853.5222The Applicant proposes to rezone property from Suburban Residential Zone (SR-2) to a yet to be determined Comprehensive Development Zone for the development of a 82 unit townhouse development. Development Permit and Subdivision applications have also been submitted.
View Map 07-34-006219965 44 AvenueMar-17-20150728707 BC LTD604.813.9873The Applicant proposes to create a two (2) lot single family residential subdivision. Existing zoning is Residential Zone R-1E, minimum lot size 930 m2.
View Map 09-02-01569758 203 StreetMar-10-2015KRAHN ENGINEERING LTD604.853.8831The Applicant proposes to add rooms and patio on roof top, add additional exterior windows, relocate garbage, and remove screen panel at loading docks. Existing zoning is General Industrial Zone (M-2).
View Map More Information 08-23-01287633 & 7643 202A StreetMar-05-2015TOWNSHIP OF LANGLEY THE CORP OF THE604.340.1493The Applicant proposes a lot line adjustment to create a northerly lot of approximately 3.5 acres and a southerly lot of approximately 6.5 acres. Existing zoning is Suburban Residential (SR-2), minimum lot size 8094 m2.
View Map 10-31-01634400 block of 222 StreetFeb-27-2015SANDHILL DEVELOPMENT LTD604.626.6296The Applicant proposes to exclude property from the ALR under Section 30(1) of the ALC Act. Current zoning is Suburban Residential Zone (SR-1).
View Map 10-34-005824080 Robertson CrescentFeb-12-2015  The Applicant proposes to create a four (4) lot rural residential subdivision in accordance with Section 21(2) of the ALC Act. Existing zoning is Rural Zone (RU-1), minimum lot size 1.7 ha.
View Map 11-29-004423026 Rawlison Crescent and 8000 block of 231 StreetFeb-04-2015RAWLINSON RIDGE DEVELOPMENTS LTD604.220.0907The Applicant proposes to create a seven (7) lot single family residential subdivision. Existing zoning is Suburban Residential Zone SR-1, minimum lot size 3716 m2.
View Map More Information 08-11-008520120 64 AvenueFeb-04-2015BENCHMARK PROPERTIES LTD778.628.8012The Applicant has applied to the Provincial Liquor Control and Licensing Branch for a Brewery Lounge Endorsement for a proposed craft beer brewing establishment. Existing zoning is Business/Office Park Zone (M-11).


RZ – Rezoning Application
RO – Rezoning / Community Plan Amendment Application
OP – Community / Neighbourhood Plan Amendment Application
DVP – Development Variance Permit Application
DP – Development Permit Application
AL – Agricultural Land Reserve Application
SA – Subdivision Application
LP – Liquor Primary Application
Decision Letter – Letter that specifies any conditions that must be met prior to final approval


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How comprehensive is the information?
Development applications from January 1, 2011 forward are listed.

How often is the information updated?
Upon receipt of a new application or application status update.

How long do projects stay on the list?
Projects will be removed from the listing 30 days after they have been completed.

How are the projects listed / sorted?
Projects by application date with newest applications listed first.

Can I change how the projects are listed / sorted?
Yes, the list can be sorted by column, by clicking the column label at the top of the list.

Where can I get more information regarding the Development Process?
The Township provides many comprehensive brochures on our website.

How do I know what projects are on a future Public Hearing Agenda?
Public Hearing Agendas are available by clicking here.

Where can I get more information about zoning?
The Township’s zoning bylaw is available on our website.

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Community Development Division

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