Affordable housing coming to the Tsleil-Waututh Nation

50 more affordable rental housing units are going to be built in the Tsleil-Waututh’s Burrard Inlet reserve, thanks to some additional funding from the BC government.

The building will consist of a mix of units ranging in size from 1 bedrooms up to 4 bedrooms. The building will bring a range of unit sizes so multi-generational families can stay close and stay together. The building will have a first floor common area for the residence to share and enjoy, which includes a meeting room with kitchen facilities attached.

Our government has brought in a 10-year and 7-billion dollar housing plan, with a focus to bringing in affordable housings to communities most in need. This building is one of many that has received funding through this plan. Construction is due to start late 2022.

Affordable housing is something that is much needed over in the North Shore and I so pleased that this project is going ahead.

More information regarding this project is available here.

To learn more about the government’s 10-year plan to make housing more affordable and more available, click here.

Tsleil-Waututh Nation set to build much-needed 50-unit rental housing project

Tsleil-Waututh Nation is set to build a 50-unit affordable rental building urgently needed for its community thanks to an injection of provincial government funding. The six-storey housing project will be built in Tsleil-Waututh’s Burrard Inlet reserve in the new community subdivision along Spa-ath Road in North Vancouver.