Development Proposal Open House Feb 19


Infinity Properties Ltd. is pleased to present a development proposal for their property at 1388 Gabriola Drive, Coquitlam, which amends a previous draft subdivision application submitted in the summer of 2011. The revised development proposal is consistent with the Coquitlam Official Community Plan (OCP) and calls for no development on the east side of Gabriola Drive as per the OCP.  Additionally, the terrace off McLellan Court on the east side of the river will also be retained as park in its natural state.  The proposal currently before Coquitlam is a rezoning application to single-family residential plus park. 

The proposed plan ensures that the 30-metre streamside protection area either side of the river is protected, plus land beyond.  If the proposal is approved, these areas would ultimately be dedicated as City park, with the intention for them to remain in their natural state.  Nature trail connections are proposed for both sides of the river, subject to further City and environmental review.

Infinity Properties Ltd. is holding an open house on Tuesday, February 19th, 5 - 7 p.m. in the Multi-Purpose Room at Nestor Elementary, 1266 Nestor Street, Coquitlam to present their proposal to the public.  Following the open house and further review by City Staff, the application would go to Council for consideration.  As part of the rezoning, a formal public hearing will be held should the application receive 1st Reading at Council.

Quentin Boulton, Development Manager for Infinity Properties invites members of the Coquitlam River Watershed Roundtable and the public to attend the open house or arrange to meet with him to learn more about the proposal and provide their input. For more information, please contact:
Quentin Boulton
Development Manager
Infinity Properties Ltd.
#205 – 6360 202nd Street, Langley, British Columbia, V2Y 1N2
Ph: 604-532-6060, ext 33    
Fax: 604-532-1120






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