UHill News Oct_2018
Please see below or click here to see the letter to UEL from MLA David Eby regarding governance reform for the University Endowment Lands.
The Spring issue of the University Hill Connections newspaper is now out. In this issue, you will find updates on Block F, neighborhood crimes and the value of Block Watch, sidewalk safety concerns, a story about our longest continuous resident of UEL, and much more. Please click here or on the image below to read … Continue reading Hot Off the Press – The Spring 2017 U-Hill Connections is Here!
Your elected UEL Council and the U Hill Connections team have prepared a special edition newsletter to provide further information and insights about the BC Government Factsheets and Feedback Form (click here for the online feedback form). Please click here or on the image above to read the full article.
Thank you again for those who were able to join us at our UEL Holiday Party. It was a blast to meet and mingle with fellow neighbours over cheese, wine and hot chocolate. The Community Advisory Council wishes everyone a happy and safe holiday season.
The City of Vancouver is conducting a Character Home Zoning Review to explore retention of pre-1940 character homes in single-family zones (RS zones) while improving the compatibility of new homes in older neighborhoods. They are seeking public feedback to help inform recommendations that will be made to City Council in early 2017. Survey Link: https://www.talkvancouver.com/R.aspx?a=787&as=qt5Tq7jE8K For … Continue reading Information and Survey Regarding Character Home Zoning
Thanks to all of those who attended our Save Little Oz Park Public Information Session on Monday November 28. We had a very good turn out of people for the event. In addition to the UEL and West Point Grey residents who attended, we had Bev Ramey of the Pacific Spirit Park Society (PSPS), Neil Carley the … Continue reading “Save Little Oz Park” Campaign and Updates
Block F Rezoning Application - Public Meeting
The Minister of Community, Sport and Cultural Development intends to adopt a new Works and Services Bylaw to establish the process, fees and standards of construction for works and services on the public lands in the UEL. The new bylaw will regulate and require the provision of works and services in respect to the development … Continue reading New Works & Service Bylaw to be Adopted
NEW WATER LINE – Area C The cast iron water main along the 4900 block of Chancellor Boulevard and Tasmania Crescent is being replaced. The contractor is Lions Gate Excavations and Demolition. This project is being managed on site by UEL’s municipal engineering consultants Architecture, Engineering, Consulting, Operations, and Maintenance (AECOM). To maintain water service … Continue reading Water Line Installations