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McBride Station: Thank you Fort Langley for your suggestions

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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Big turnout to share redevelopment ideas on McBride Station

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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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McBRIDE STATION: Public Planning Session on March 1

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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

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Central Fort Langley site purchased by local builder

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A central piece of property in Fort Langley is being purchased by a local builder. Lanson Foster, President of Lanstone Homes, said the site is comprised of the Lombardy Campground and the land behind the Fort Langley fire hall totaling … Continue reading

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December 14, 2011 in the Langley Times

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By Natasha Jones- Langley Times Published: December 14, 2011 3:00 PM Fort Langley’s landscape is about to change again, although less radically than it did when a former lumber mill was transformed to become the residential community of Bedford Landing. … Continue reading

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November 22, 2011 in the Langley Advance

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By Matthew Claxton, Langley Advance November 22, 2011 Centrally located land sold: A chunk of land in downtown Fort Langley could be sold to a developer The sale of a plot of Langley Township-owned land near the core of Fort … Continue reading

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