Liveable Region Strategic Plan replaced with Regional Growth Strategy

The following are a number of archive articles written for the Georgia Straight on the replacement of the Liveable Region Strategic Plan (LRSP) with the Regional Growth Strategy (RGS).

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Metro Vancouver wants province to force Coquitlam to accept Regional Growth Strategy

Metro Vancouver’s Regional Growth Strategy is on hold because Coquitlam’s non-acceptance has triggered the dispute resolution process. Coquitlam has requested a voluntary…

 

West Vancouver council’s acceptance of Regional Growth Strategy threatens North Shore forests

On the evening of last Monday (March 7), the majority of West Vancouver council accepted the Metro Vancouver Regional Growth Strategy in spite of community opposition. Only…

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Metro Vancouver’s Regional Growth Strategy remains unsupported

Metro Vancouver is proposing to replace the existing Livable Region Strategic Plan (LRSP) with the Regional Growth Strategy (RGS). On January 14, the Metro Vancouver board voted…

 

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Metro Vancouver’s Regional Growth Strategy greenwashes unsustainable development

Many products that have made environmental green claims are being proven to stretch the truth or be completely false. This is commonly known as “greenwashing”. It appears that…

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Metro Vancouver’s Regional Growth Strategy would transfer municipal land use authority

Metro Vancouver is proposing to replace the existing Livable Region Strategic Plan with the Regional Growth Strategy. The RGS bylaw draft is going to the Metro Vancouver…

 

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