Crown lands for sale on Burke Mountain
The province is offering for sale 236 hectares (584 acres) of undeveloped Crown land on Coquitlam’s Burke Mountain.
In light of this offering, the city has issued a press release to make potential purchasers aware of the community planning policies contained in its Citywide Official Community Plan (CWOCP), Northeast Coquitlam Area Plan (NECAP) and the supporting neighbourhood plans that pertain to these lands.
The majority of Group 1 is located in the Partington Creek Neighbourhood Plan (PNCP), with small portions situated in the Smiling Creek Neighbourhood Plan (SCNP) and the future Northwest Burke Vision area. About
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