A townhouse development more than two years in the making was finally given the green light this week by Delta council.
The development, at the corner of 54A Street and Ladner Trunk, will see four townhouses built. The property is also the site of the historic Draney Residence which will be fully restored, relocated within the property and used as a single-family home.
Built in 1927, the English Cottage-style house was one of the first homes built as part of the Delta Manor area development.
On Monday night, councillors gave final consideration and adoptions to bylaw revisions, a development variance permit, development permit and a heritage alteration permit.
According to a staff report, the townhouse development will consist of one townhouse building with two, two-bedroom units and two, three-bedroom units. The development will be a three-story building and each unit will have an attached one-car garage and one additional parking space located at the rear of the property. One visitor parking space is also proposed at the rear of the property.