What We Heard Report- Housing Solutions Lab Exploring Our Future Co-Design Workshop
What We Heard Report- Housing Solutions Lab Context Workshop
What We Heard Report – Housing Solutions Lab Homeowners Workshop
This What We Heard report reflects the dialogue convened by SFU’s Renewable Cities to explore the potential for harnessing strategically located underutilized public land in B.C. to build housing that supports affordability, climate action, and offsite building manufacturing.
This discussion paper aims to catalyze policy and planning discourse amongst diverse stakeholders to accelerate action on three critical priorities: affordability, climate change and economic development.
Under-utilized single-family homes are a significant, untapped opportunity to create a much-needed rental housing supply on Vancouver’s North Shore and beyond, according to SFU’s new Housing Solutions Lab.
Five ways to reduce our reliance on cars and make us healthier, more connected and climate-friendly.
The recent Statistics Canada census report, released on November 30, 2022, showed that despite investments in transit and plans for walkable, transit-oriented growth, almost everyone still drives to work. To hit our B.C. 2030 emission targets, we need to shift things so that at least 30% of us walk, bike or take transit for work and to get around.
Smart Mobility Pricing: Policy Innovation Can Meet Revenue Shortfall and Council Priorities on Transit, Jobs, Congestion & Carbon
The mobility pricing system explored by the City would have imposed a charge to drive into a cordon around downtown Vancouver.
Local governments have an extraordinary opportunity to address the big, challenging priorities of British Columbians.
BC’s Climate Preparedness and Adaptation Strategy fails to address key extreme heat prevention recommendations.