Developer: Shelter Bay progressing; hoping for public update in new year

Re: Loni Parker acclaimed for seventh term as CSRD director, News, Nov. 2

Editor,

Re: Loni Parker acclaimed for seventh term as CSRD director, News, Nov. 2

I just want to send in a quick note to say that we are progressing with our proposal for a development at Shelter Bay, and expect to be back in Revelstoke to share the latest detailed plans with the public sometime early in the new year. Since our public meeting in Revelstoke last November, we have been working to further refine our plans and adding more detail as it relates to servicing, parcel sizes, a proposed trail network, etc. On a side note, I’d like to to clarify that we have no involvement in the land at Eagle Bay. That is a completely separate group with a different approach and a different development plan.  I appreciate the great participation and feedback that we have received to date on our Shelter Bay proposal, and am looking forward to meeting more people at our next public meeting. We will be sure to advertise it well, and hope that we get another great turn-out.

Ender Ilkay

Shelter Bay Lands Ltd.

Vancouver

 

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