Letter to Council asking where to park when taking the B-Line from Dundarave and DWV response suggesting neighbourhood streets.
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Am I the last voice against Skytrain toUBC?
-relationship between developers and transit

Who is Transit for?  (Vancouver Sun, Feb. 4, 2019 p. A7)
relationship between developers and transit

Elizabeth Murphy: Region needs to reconsider Broadway subway to UBC

To “B” or not to “B”  (West Vancouver Magazine, Feb, 2019 p. 6)

 The B-Line in Kerrisdale

Why real estate ‘supply skeptics’ have it all wrong (Financial Post/Vancouver Sun, Feb. 1, 2019  p. C3)  -discusses whether increased supply really does improve affordability

Real Estate’s ‘Missing Middle’ is Missing for a Reason (Financial Post/Vancouver Sun, December 21, 2018 p. C3)
-polls reveal a strong preference fort low -rise and large-sized housing over mid-rise residences


Money Still Flows into Civic Governance (Vancouver Sun, December 15, 2018, p. A19)
-how developers influence governments

Elizabeth Murphy: Vancouver must stop allowing the development community to set the agenda

New Supply May Not Reduce Housing Prices (Vancouver Sun, December 15, 2018, p. D3)

–migration and other influences on housing demand in Vancouver

Douglas Todd: Will building more housing satisfy migration demand? (Part 2)

Province Should follow California’s Example (Vancouver Sun, Nov. 7, 2018 p. A7)
-the relationship between density public transit and economics

Condominium Towers Have Changed Metro Forever (Vancouver Sun, Oct. 20, 2018 p. H3)

False Creek proven model for affordable living (Vancouver Sun, Oct. 20, 2018 p. H3)

Don’t Zone Out – Vote  (Vancouver Sun, October 9, 2018, p. A10)
-discusses the shift from livability to growth link)

The Ups and Downs of Highrise Living (Vancouver Sun, October 6, 2018  p. A9-10)
-discusses pros and cons of highrise living for various demographics

North Shore needs LRT now (North Shore News, Oct. 5, 2018, p A1) 
-discusses transportation issues on the North Shore

Council Candidates Debate West Van’s Future (North Shore News, Oct. 5, 2018, p. A5)
-reports on All Candidate Meeting for Council on Oct. 3

West Van Considers Building Subsidized Housing for Workforce (Vancouver Province,Oct. 3, 2018 website )    -discusses provision of housing for local civil servants

How Taxes Compare Across Metro (Vancouver Sun, September 29, 2018, P. 10)
-compares property taxes in Metro

Daphne Bramham:  As Small Businesses Struggle, Sim Fears For Heart, Soul of CIty  (Vancouver Sun, September 28, 2018, p. A3)
-how density and zoning affect small business

Duplex zoning is just one way city is Making Room  (Vancouver Sun, September 28, 2018 p. A11) 
-discusses influence of zoning on property values and density

Gil Kelley: Duplex zoning is just the start of city-wide planning process

Duplexes may not Improve Affordability  (Vancouver Sun,  September 22, 2018 p. A-14)
-discusses influence of zoning on property values and density      

Fixing Affordability:  Mayoral Candidates in Burnaby, Vancouver and on the North Shore have plenty of ideas (Vancouver Sun, September 22, 2018 P. A-12-13)
-discusses solutions to  housing affordability

Livability Must Not be Forgotten in the Civic Debates About Housing (Vancouver Sun, September 19, 2018 p. A1-A2)   
-discusses housing affordability and livability

Growth and Affordability  (Vancouver Sun,  Sept 15, 2018, p. B2)

-discusses the disconnect between growth and affordability.

Vancouver City Hall is slamming through destructive new zoning without giving citizens a say  (Vancouver Sun, September 14, 2018)
-relationship between zoning, density, transportation and livability

Growing Supply Making Homes Less Affordable (Vancouver Sun, Sept. 1, 2018 P B2)
-older, more affordable character homes replaced with more expensive new construction

No One is Building Rental Apartments – But There are Ways to Change That (Vancouver Sun, August 17, 2018 p. C2)

Rebellion in the Neighbouhood  (Global Canadian Feb 19, 2018)
-discusses growth in West Vancouver

A giant makes a cautious approach (The Globe and Mail, Oct. 21, 2017 p. S4)
-a history of Grosvenor Pacific