Due to the negative response to downzoning, the city council has refused to look into the proposal that was brought forth by the people of Vancouver to have the size of new homes in single-family neighborhoods toned down, as reported by a news reporting firm.
Homes which are to be inherited in Vancouver will be dilapidated and substituted for new developments and upcoming constructions.
Gill Kelley who is the head of planning commented – after taking account of a general outlook of the plan – that councillors would no longer have the choice to vote on the analysis of heritage housing in the coming month.
There are hopes that the city can bring up plans that will be able to have the issue settled and find a solution to this. Stakeholder along with those who are planning on having character homes and developers who want to have the ability to make supply available are all in this together to combat this topic.