Current Development Applications

The District of Sechelt welcomes your interest in development applications currently proposed in the District. Major development applications that are of public interest are listed below along with links to additional information.

Residents have the opportunity to be part of the development process by attending and sharing input at a Public Meeting or Public Hearing or connecting with the District directly. For information on current applications, please contact the Planning Department at

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5681 Ebbtide Street (Ebbtide Developments)

File No. 3360-2021-02 (Ebbtide Developments)

Ebbtide Development Ltd. has applied to amend Zoning Bylaw No. 25 and the Official Community Plan to allow for a 28-unit five-storey rental apartment building at 5681 Ebbtide Street.

Staff Reports

2021-06-02 Council Report for First Reading (Attachments)

5410 Mills Road Multi-Family Development (Westcor Lands)

File No. 3360-2020-02

Westcor Lands Ltd. has applied to rezone the subject property from Residential 3 (R-3) to Residential 4 (R-4) to facilitate the development of 35 townhouse units and 9 secondary suites.

Staff Reports

2020-06-03 Council Report for Permission to Proceed

2021-03-17 Council Report

2021-04-21 Council Report

Development Variance Permits

5423 Selma Park Road (Fluker)

File: 3090-2021-01

A Development Variance Permit application to vary the District of Sechelt Zoning Bylaw No. 25, 1987.  The proposed variance is to increase the permitted floor area of a secondary suite.

Staff Report:

2021-02-17 Council Report

2021-04-07 Council Report


2224 Field Road (Cloutier)

File No. 3090-2021-05


The District of Sechelt has received a Development Variance Permit application for 2224 Field Road. In order to allow for the addition of a small-scale cannabis production facility inside a recently constructed building on the property, the applicant requests to vary Zoning Bylaw No. 25, 1987, to reduce the 100 m setback from any property line to 56 m and 64 m, and to reduce the extent of landscaped buffer from the entire perimeter of the 14.8 ha lot to just the perimeter of the building.

Staff Report