Qualicum Beach seeking non-profit housing organizations for future development

The town is reviewing locations for potential housing development

The Town of Qualicum Beach is seeking expressions of interest from non-profit housing organizations regarding future development opportunities in Qualicum Beach.

The Town is reviewing locations for potential housing development on town-owned land, and it is expected that by the fall of 2019, will have identified a site. The intent is to be ready to fully capitalize on provincial funding opportunities for housing development in 2020.

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This RFEI is the first step in identifying partnering organizations for grant applications and development.

The town asks interested parties to include the following in their response:

  • An introduction to your organization
  • Organizational capacity and/or resources to contribute to a housing project
  • The scope of project that your project would be able to undertake (e.g. number of housing units, building size, etc)
  • Past projects
  • Experience of staff or stakeholders that may be involved in the project
  • References (if applicable)

For further information, contact town director of planning Luke Sales at lsales@qualicumbeach.com or 250-752-6921.

Those interested mus respond to this RFEI in print and/or electronic format by 4 p.m. on June 11, 2019.

— Town of Qualicum Beach, NEWS staff

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