Over the past two years, BCG Developments (BCG) has been engaging with local government, key stakeholders, and residents on the early stages of planning for a proposed community on the site.
We recently completed our third round of community consultation which took place from June 1 – June 30, 2017. The feedback we received, along with technical considerations, will inform the final Sustainable Design Principles and Benefits and will guide the Project Team in future planning and design of the IOCO Lands. We will be sharing our Consultation Summary Report soon.
Continuing to work with stakeholders and the community to fully explore and understand all the opportunities, concerns, and benefits of this project is our priority. We want to create and put forward a master-planned proposal that is truly inspiring. We will continue to provide updates, including future opportunities to get involved.
Check out what we’ve been up to below!
IOCO Ghost Town Days
June 2017 Consultation
From June 1 to 30, the IOCO Lands project team completed the third phase in an extensive series of public consultations held since 2015. During this third round, local residents and stakeholders attended two open houses and two small group meetings in Port Moody and Anmore, and provided their feedback online.
We are taking a patient and collaborative approach to this unique opportunity and have spoken with hundreds of local community members about the future of the IOCO Lands. The feedback we received, along with technical considerations, will inform the final Sustainable Design Principles and Benefits and will guide the Project Team in future planning and design of the IOCO Lands.
We will share our Consultation Summary Report soon and will continue to provide updates, including future opportunities to get involved.
2015 and 2016 Consultation
BCG held four public open houses in July, September, and November of 2015. These took place in Port Moody and Anmore.
In total, 801 people attended the four public open houses. The most popular topics included the environment, traffic, the heritage town-site, a variety of housing types, open spaces, and the need for amenities