Info meeting for Tsawwassen townhouse plan

The City of Delta is hosting a public information meeting this month for residents to learn more about a 22-unit townhouse proposal fronting the Beach Grove Golf Club.

The development would take place in the 5700 block of 16th Avenue.

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The application is to subdivide a portion of 5847 12th Ave. and consolidate it with 5766 16th Ave. in order to construct the townhouses on the development site.

The remainder of the property would continue to be a part of the Beach Grove Golf Course.

Three years ago, the applicant, Dean Bauck, Personal Real Estate Corp., had applied to build 10 new single-detached lots, each containing a single-detached house along the 16th Avenue property frontage.  A consultation process for that proposal was initiated but the application has since been revised.

For the previous development plan, the golf club put out a request for proposals seeking qualified developers to purchase approximately 53,000 square feet of land (1.1 acres).

Then Beach Grove general manager Richard Creally at the time said the land sale and subsequent development would allow the club to pay off its entire long-term debt of $4.1 million, complete some capital improvements as well as set aside money for future work.

The open house for the new proposal will have display boards about the application and residents can also feedback.

Delta Staff and representatives of the applicant will be available to answer questions.

It takes place Wednesday, March 11 at the South Delta Rec Centre from 6 to 8 p.m.

For more information about the application check

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