Mr. Allison has chosen to wage war and scapegoat others for what is demonstrably a profit and loss business decision on his part.
We are totally committed to the economic prosperity of Peachland and to helping create a thriving, vibrant, downtown core, consistent with the vision set out in the council initiated “charrette” report.
Plans for a redeveloped downtown and the future existence of Peachland’s largest business, are in doubt after accusations were made that the District of Peachland doesn’t want to support its own downtown plan.
Peachland’s downtown hotel has been sold to a developer, thus becoming the last property piece to be secured for a long hoped for downtown redevelopment puzzle.
The District of Peachland is trying, yet again, to encourage efforts to revitalize the downtown core by entering into an agreement with a development company.
A pared-down Peachland council met with a developer and the owner of land in the downtown area Tuesday behind closed doors.
Downtown Peachland should be a place with increased connectivity with the waterfront, diverse and plentiful green spaces, community gardens and green roofs, increased recreation opportunities and an increased urban forest.
by Dave Preston The UBC Design Centre for Sustainability will present its final report resulting from the Downtown Charrette process on Tuesday. The long awaited report is expected to help guide council on downtown redevelopment [...]