A notice was sent to alert SHPOA members that on Tuesday, September 22, 2009, Vancouver City Council will make its final decision regarding the 1450 McRae Avenue development application.

An ARCCA member took pictures which show the scope of the proposed development, and they are attached to this e-mail. As can be seen in these pictures, the proposed development completely dwarfs the six storey condominiums to the North and West, ...

On April 15, 2008, Council directed staff to report back on June 10, 2008 with revisions to the draft EcoDensity Charter and draft Initial Actions, in response to public input received. The new drafts have now been posted on the EcoDensity website...

Following the Vancouver City Council meeting on April 15, 2008, Mayor Sullivan and NPA Councilors have supported a decision to have city staff draft a third eco-density charter without holding any further public consultation

Council moved: 'THAT discussion and decision be referred to the next Regular Council meeting.'



The final 1402 McRae Street Rezoning Public Hearing is scheduled for March27/08. We ask all residents to communicate their views regarding this precedent setting rezoning proposal.

Vancouver City Council wants to hear from you about its long-term property tax policy and 2008 budget proposals.

1402 McRae Rezoning Public Hearing February 14/07 To All SHPOA Members Greetings: The 1402 McRae Street Rezoning Public Hearing is scheduled for February 14/07. We ask all residents to communicate their views regarding this precedent s...


SHPOA's responses to the City of Vancouver Planner re: above application

The City of Vancouver Planning Department is preparing their recommendation report to Council. SHPOA encourages all its members to write or email Vicki Potter, Rezoning Planner and ask her to include your views regarding the rezoning.

Further to our email Friday November 2, 2007 regarding 1403 McRae Avenue, the site has added a feature that allows the homeowner to vote and express themselves anonymously.

Richard Wood, a SHPOA member and concerned resident has developed a website www.votemcrae.com asking First and Second Shaughnessy home owners to express their opinion regarding the current redevelopment proposal at 1402 McRae Avenue. The proposal ...

City Council claims that mass rezoning will result in affordable housing and a healthier environment. The truth is that, as the City makes way for expensive condos, low-income residents will get pushed out of their homes by skyrocketing taxes (ta...

We are alerting you to the serious danger to the quality of life in residential areas of Vancouver presented by proposals to densify Vancouver, being made made in the name of EcoDensity.