🏠 The British Columbia government has proposed a new legislation that will require municipalities to approve multi-unit housing on single-family lots, regardless of their preference.
🏠 The bill will also legalize secondary suites or laneway homes in all B.C. communities.
🏠 Developers will be allowed to replace a single-family home with up to six units in neighborhoods close to transit stops or up to four units on other lots.
🏠 For lots farther away from transit stops, three units can be built on a parcel of 280 square meters or less and four units can be built on a lot larger than 280 sq. m.
🏠 The government’s objective is to increase the supply of housing units, either for ownership or rental, in cities where middle-class families have been priced out.
🏠 While some researchers are divided over whether this policy will temper hot real estate markets, the government believes that the individual townhouse unit in a multi-unit project will be more accessible to a family who can’t afford a single-family home but want more space than a condo.

🏠 不列顛哥倫比亞省政府提出了一項新立法,要求市政當局批准在單戶地塊上建造多單元住房,無論他們的偏好如何。
🏠 該法案也將使 BC 省所有二級套房或後巷屋合法化。 社區。
🏠 開發商將被允許在靠近公車站的社區用最多六個單位替換單戶住宅,或在其他地段用最多四個單位替換單戶住宅。
🏠 對於距離公車站較遠的地塊,280平方公尺以下的地塊可以建3個單元,280平方公尺以上的地塊可以建4個單元。
🏠 政府的目標是在中產階級家庭房價過高的城市增加住房供應,無論是自有住房還是租賃住房。
🏠 雖然一些研究人員對於這項政策是否會緩解火熱的房地產市場存在分歧,但政府認為,多單元項目中的獨立聯排別墅單元將更適合那些買不起單戶住宅但想要購買的家庭。比公寓有更多的空間。

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