North Pender Island Local Trust Area is located 15km northeast of the Swartz Bay ferry terminal and has a 2011 census population of 2,035. The 5228 ha area includes the islands east of the Saanich Peninsula, such as Sidney and James Islands, which are collectively designated as the North Pender Associated Islands. The planner for North Pender is Justine Starke.
North Pender Island Local Trust Area News
Let's Hear From You! | Take the SGI Housing Needs Survey
Islands Trust and the Capital Regional District (CRD) are collaborating to complete a housing needs assessment for the Southern Gulf Islands (SGI). Two confidential online surveys have been created a Residents Survey and an Employers Survey to gather data to help better understand the current housing situation and its impact on your community. Click on the survey link for more information. Survey closes November 30th.
November 23, 2017 | Public Hearings for Proposed Bylaws 211, 212 & 213
Join the LTC at its November 23 business meeting for a Community Information Meeting and Public Hearing on proposed bylaws No. 211 & 212 (Nu-To-U). As well, another Public Hearing will be held for proposed bylaw No. 213 (Picnic Shelter - Thieves Bay). For more information see the Applications documents page.
Trust Fund Board | Draft Five Year Plan & Regional Conservation Plan
At its October 26, 2017 business meeting The North Pender Island Local Trust Committee received, for information, the Trust Fund Board's draft Five Year Plan and draft Regional Conservation Plan.
New! Islands Trust Office for the Penders | Planner Office Hours
The Islands Trust has new office space at the Driftwood Centre, co-located with the Capital Regional District. Planners will be holding scheduled office hours twice a month. Contact staff to book an appointment. Drop ins are welcome!
North Pender Island Local Trust Committee Projects
Local trust committees set their priorities and manage their community planning projects using a work program. Top priority projects on the LTC's work program have resources in place, or resources which will be soon available. Projects may be significant and long term, such as an Official Community Plan Review, or relatively minor, such as an amendment to a regulation in a Land Use Bylaw. For more information on current projects - Read More>>