The Town of Qualicum Beach will hold public hearing Sept. 16 regarding a rezoning application on a property along Railway Street. (PQB News file photo)

Qualicum Beach residents can share thoughts on proposed zoning amendments for Railway Street property

Virtual Zoom meeting to be held on Sept. 16

The Town of Qualicum Beach will hold a virtual public hearing on the rezoning of a property at 103 Railway St. that would permit construction of a 17-unit multi-residential building.

The meeting will be held via Zoom on Sept. 16 at 3:30 p.m. and people who consider their interests to be affected by the proposed zoning amendments from Comprehensive Zone 6 to Residential 20 will be granted an opportunity to be heard.

READ MORE: Residents weigh in on affordable housing development in Qualicum Beach

Those wanting to speak about this should pre-register at and be able to join the Zoom meeting via telephone over the internet using a smartphone, tablet or computer.

Written submissions can also be made to the Town of Qualicum Beach via email at or mail it to #201-660 Primrose St., Qualicum Beach, BC, V9K 1S7, Attention: Planning. You can also deliver it to the town hall between the hours of 9 a.m. and 1 p.m. or via dropbox out front.

Read the full notice of the pubic hearing at

— NEWS Staff

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