Court Decision on Evelyn Drive Unsealed
Tuesday, March 15, 2011
Tuesday, March 15, 2011 – The District of West Vancouver has learned, through a B.C. Supreme Court decision, that the Evelyn Drive project will be going into receivership. In 2007, West Vancouver’s Council approved a site master plan based on extensive community consultation.
"The community and our staff have invested more than seven years to ensure the Evelyn Drive development met the community’s standards and would be of benefit to West Vancouver," says Pamela Goldsmith-Jones, West Vancouver Mayor. "We wish to see the project come to fruition." The development has the appropriate zoning.
In a statement released by Millennium, the company thanked buyers for their patience and reiterated that buyers deposits, which are held in their lawyers' trust accounts, accruing interest, are secure in accordance with the Real Estate Development Marketing Act.
About the District of West Vancouver
The District of West Vancouver is the local government led by Mayor Pamela Goldsmith-Jones and Council. Home to more than 44,000 residents, West Vancouver is a local government which strives to "inspire excellence and lead by example". Our Vision and Mission guide us to pursue our treasured quality of life and will be the measure of our success as a community. West Vancouver is a community built on innovation, a strong spirit of personal civic commitment and a deep value for relationships.
Jessica Delaney, Director of Communications