Local trust committee community planning projects are proactive initiatives that further the preserve and protect mandate. Projects can be significant and long term, such as an Official Community Plan Review, or may be relatively minor, such as an amendment to a regulation in a Land Use Bylaw.

Denman Housing Review Project (Stage 2)

The Denman LTC is currently engaging in Stage 2 for the Denman Housing Review Project. This Stage include two Phases. Phase 1 involves engaging the Denman Island Housing Advisory Planning Commission (HAPC), housing groups on Denman Island and community members to identify options for updating  the Denman Island Official Community Plan and Land Use Bylaw to address housing need.  Phase 2 involves advancing policy and regulatory amendments that focus on addressing housing need while preserving and protecting the natural environment.

Denman Housing Review Project-Stage 2 (current stage)
  • 1 - About the Project
  • 2 - Staff Reports
  • 3 - Proposed Bylaws - none
  • 4 - Public Correspondence - none
  • 5 - Community Consultation
  • 6 - Other Information - none
Denman Housing Review Project-Stage 1 (completed stage)
  • 1 - About the Project
  • 2 - Staff Reports
  • 3 - Proposed Bylaws - none
  • 4 - Public Correspondence
  • 5 - Community Consultation
  • 6 - Other Information

Denman Farming Regulation Review

This project hopes to enhance and preserve farming activities on the island through updates to the Denman Island Official Community Plan policies and Land Use Bylaw regulations. The project is focused on implementing three recommendations from the Denman Farm Plan (recommendations 11, 13 and 14). The Denman Island Farming Regulation Review Project (originally named the Farm Plan Implementation Project) has been a top priority project for Denman Island since 2015; however, it was put on hold due to lack of resources. This project was recently awarded a contribution grant and has been rejuvenated. It is funded in part by Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada and the Government of British Columbia through programs delivered by the Investment Agriculture Foundation of B.C. For more information see About the Project, below.

A link to the recording and the PowerPoint presentation of the April 21, 2022 Community Information Meeting are available in the Community Consultation folder below.

  • 1. About the Project
  • 2. Staff Reports
  • 3. Proposed Bylaws
  • 4. Public correspondence
  • 5. Community Consultation
  • 6. Other Information

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