The Strategic Plan is a guiding document for the Tsawwassen Government; it sets out the vision and long-term goals of TFN.
We started talking to Tsawwassen Members about their vision, priorities, and goals at the 2017 Members’ Gathering. We’ve reviewed that input, and now we want to go into more detail with Members about the strategic goals TFN should be working towards. We’ll also talk about programs and activities that can help us achieve those goals.
It’s crucial that TFN’s 2018–2023 Strategic Plan reflects what matters to you and your family. Please join us at one of the Community Meetings to add your voice to these important conversations!
Tsawwassen First Nation Executive Council reviewed the applications by Aquilini-TFSI Development LP for zoning amendment RZ-2017-01 and related neighbourhood plan amendment NP-2017-01 for the Tsawwassen Shores Phase 2 project. Executive Council directed administration to proceed with a consultation process in accordance with the Land Use Planning and Development Act requirements prior to considering approval of the amendment proposals noted below:
Proposed Zoning Regulation Amendment – RZ-2017-01
The proposed zoning amendment is to rezone Lots 1 to 8, 9 (part), 43 and 68, Plan BCP38101 from E1 Enterprise and RS1 Single Family (900 m2) to SF1 Single Family With Lane (308 m2), SF2 Single Family Without Lane (330 m2), RM2 Multi-Family (Duplex and Townhouse), RM4 Multi-Family (Apartment 1.9 FSR), and P1 Parks and Open Space zones.
Proposed Neighbourhood Plan Amendment – NP-2017-01
The proposed neighbourhood plan amendment is to allow a density transfer of 41,614 sq.m from single detached and townhouse to apartment use for the Tsawwassen Shores development within Precincts A1 to A7, and C2 (Phase 1 and Phase 2 combined). Proposed text amendments to Schedule 3, Table 4 are:
• Removal of the maximum and minimum floor areas breakdown for Precincts A1 through A7 and C2 in Table 4; and
• Inclusion of additional note under Note 2: “Overall minimum and maximum floor areas shall apply, but not breakouts for single detached, town house and apartment unit types.”
Tsawwassen First Nation is hosting a community meeting for TFN Members and affected land holders to present the proposed amendment, respond to questions, and receive written comments.