BC Housing purchased property at Hightide Avenue and Lamprey Lane in Sechelt with the intent to develop 40 units of supportive housing for individuals experiencing, or most at risk of experiencing, homelessness.
Process & Engagement
The District of Sechelt has approved the application to rezone the property on Hightide Avenue.
April 3, 2018 – Information Meeting
BC Housing held a meeting to share information about the proposed development. The meeting included a presentation and facilitated dialogue. Poster boards and a meeting summary report are now available.
About the Project
BC Housing, Vancouver Coastal Health, Sunshine Coast Homelessness Advisory Committee, and other community agencies and members, recognize the urgent need for more affordable housing in Sechelt. In response, BC Housing purchased property at Hightide Avenue and Lamprey Lane and is building permanent modular housing with supports.
The housing will be operated by RainCity Housing and will provide 40 homes for individuals who are experiencing, or most at risk of experiencing, homelessness.
Supports for residents include daily meal services and staff on-site 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.