Part of the village lifestyle in Fort Langley revolves around the Post Office. At the community planning session and subsequent open house for McBride Station the issue of maintaining the P.O. address as Fort Langley was raised by many people. … Continue reading
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On August 2, 2012 the extensive trail system in Fort Langley received a major addition in the form of a pedestrian bridge over the main CN rail line. The connecting overpass was carefully lowered onto supporting platforms on either side … Continue reading
In 1909 Charles Hope built a beautiful home, “Illahie”, on the parcel where the Fort Langley Fire Hall now stands. Hope followed D.W. Poppy to become the second President of the Fort Langley and District Board of Trade in 1910. … Continue reading
Approximately 150 people attended yesterday’s (June 21, 2012) open house to see the plans proposed for McBride Station in Fort Langley. Colin Hogan (Focus Architecture) said that the public planning session in March greatly assisted him in formulating the concept … Continue reading
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Here are a few of the display boards that were shown at the public open house on June 21, 2012 at the Fort Langley Community Hall. Your comments will be appreciated.
Open House 2 to 8 pm at the Fort Langley Community Hall, Thursday June 21 Further to the public planning session in March our architects have plans for your review and input tomorrow (Thursday June 21, 2012) at the Fort … Continue reading
Lanstone Homes thanks everyone who provided suggestions about the redevelopment of the Lombardy Campground property and adjacent lands behind the Fire Hall. With the input from the community planning session on March 1, 2012, our architects have been busy working … Continue reading
Public Planning Session on March 1, 2012 On March 1, 2012 the Fort Langley Community Hall had a full house with 120 people participating in 13 round table discussions. The notes from those round table discussions are posted on the … Continue reading
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Lanstone Homes received plenty of input from the community about the proposed redevelopment of a 1.8 h site known as McBride Station in the heart of Fort Langley. Well over one hundred people spent the evening at the Community Hall … Continue reading
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Lanstone Homes would like to invite you to share your ideas about the redevelopment of their 1.8 ha site comprised of the Lombardy Campground and land behind the Fire Hall. The site is designated as “Multi-Family” in the Fort Langley … Continue reading