Fish and trucks WON’T mix (for now)!

For the past year, FHCV has rallied in opposition to a proposed 77-acre semi-truck parking/warehouse facility on the south corner of 192nd St and 16th Ave in Surrey. G.G. Metro’s application for this development has now been withdrawn and the land in question will go back into the Local Area Plan process.

This is good news, nevertheless, we remain vigilant in our goal of stewardship and participation in responsible land-use planning in the beautiful Hazelmere Valley, especially given G.G. Metro’s declared intent to push for an alternate industrial use of this land.

Read More on this victory and the next steps to preserve this land.

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South Surrey riverside truck park off table for now (Peace Arch News)

October 7th, 2016|0 Comments

Proponents behind plans for a truck park on 77 acres abutting the Little Campbell River in South Surrey have withdrawn their  rezoning application. Patrick Giesbrecht, spokesman for proponent GG Metro, told Peace Arch News this [...]

‘Too soon to declare victory over truck park,’ say critics (Langley Times)

October 7th, 2016|0 Comments

Opponents of a 77-acre commercial truck park on the Langley-Surrey border are taking a cautious view of news that the people behind the controversial project are looking at alternatives to the proposal. Brian Coote, a [...]

Truck-park foes urge Surrey councillor to say no (Peace Arch News)

April 20th, 2016|0 Comments

A lively meeting hosted by opponents of a proposed South Surrey truck-park facility saw a Surrey councillor defend the application process, a former Surrey mayor blast it and allegations of a threatened lawsuit involving school [...]

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