affordable housing

‘Affordable’ a matter of perception for downtown Victoria development

Local residents confused about prices at new rental complex in Cook Street Village

Developers say Victoria’s affordable housing mandate will further drive rental housing crisis

Large-scale developers must make 20 per cent of projects affordable housing units

Victoria City Council approves inclusionary housing policy

After years of back and forth, the policy will be ratified in two weeks

City of Victoria approves affordable housing project at former Tally-Ho Motel site

A development by Cool Aid will see 157 rental units, a daycare and more

City of Victoria announces two more affordable housing projects

The city commits nearly $2M to projects in James Bay and Hillside-Quadra neighbourhoods

Greater Victoria is a tough market, even for former homeowners

Seniors often squeezed out of the housing market due to limited income

Land swap deal between Victoria and school district makes room for affordable housing

The Caledonia Project in Fernwood would replace an existing townhouse complex

Cook Street Village condo project to become rental building

21 of 47 units will be available at rental rates below market value

Who says Victoria has a housing problem?

Unifinished basement space complete with a tent and exposed drywall is all yours for $550/month

B.C. to give municipalities final say over rental zoning

City halls will be required to provide housing needs assessment

New housing planned for Indigenous women in Victoria at risk of homelessness

Temporary complex will provide 21 modular housing units with 24/7 support services on Hillside Ave.

Victoria housing advocates applaud province’s move to protect tenants

Law has not kept pace with the changing housing market: Premier John Horgan

Victoria the sixth-most expensive city to rent in Canada

PadMapper report finds 1-BR renting for less than Jan. 2017; 2-BR more pricey

New housing, community amenities in works for Burnside school site

Plans part of a broader picture for urban village centre for Burnside Gorge

MAYOR’S MESSAGE: Victoria could benefit greatly from federal housing leadership

Lisa Helps says National Housing Strategy could dovetail nicely into regional program

  • Nov 29, 2017

Draft short term rental bylaw considered in Victoria

City gets negative feedback on vacation rental rules

EDITORIAL: Federal housing plan a good start

Liberal government makes big promises, if people are willing to wait

  • Nov 23, 2017

B.C. to give renters a break on deposits, rent increases

Short-term lease loophole to be closed, Selina Robinson says

City of Victoria imposes six-month moratorium on rental building demolitions

Move aims to slow down shrinking affordable rental housing market