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Coquitlam Approves Development Permit for Shelter/Transitional Housing Facility

Coquitlam Council has approved a Development Permit and Housing Agreement for a 26,573 square foot four-storey building which will house 30 permanent emergency shelter beds in single rooms and 30 transitional housing suites on City-owned land at 3030 Gordon Avenue. The approval received unanimous support of Council at its January 13, 2014 meeting, and constitutes Council’s final approval for the facility. Construction is expected to start this spring, following granting of a Building Permit. The facility, to be funded by BC Housing and operated by RainCity Housing , will open in late spring 2015.

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