DEVELOPMENT IN LANGLEY TOWNSHIP
The Township of Langley has seen much of the same growth in multi-family developments as it has since 2016, with Willoughby Heights accounting for nearly 70% of all development activity in the Township. Highlights for 2017 included the release of the Smith NCP, which saw a drastic price increase as well as the adoption of the Brookswood Plan, which was met with a mixed response from the development community. With areas like the Williams NCP in Willoughby Heights finally beginning construction, the Township is poised for continued rapid growth.
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LANGLEY TOWNSHIP IN DETAIL
The Township of Langley is located in the southwest corner of the province of British Columbia, Canada. We are 45 kilometres (28 miles) east of the City of Vancouver in the beautiful agriculture-rich Fraser Valley. The Trans-Canada Highway runs through it, dissecting the northern part of the municipality from the south.
The northern municipal boundary is the Fraser River; the southern boundary is the United States border. Our western neighbours are the City of Surrey and the City of Langley; our eastern neighbour is the City of Abbotsford. The western boundary is 196 Street (except where bordered by the City of Langley); the eastern boundary is 276 Street.
The municipality was incorporated in Fort Langley in 1873, and is known as the "Birthplace of BC." A community unlike any other, the Township of Langley is a place where the rich heritage of the past is combined with a vibrant vision for the future. Rural beauty is complemented by an energetic urban atmosphere.
Data provided by City of Surrey, Statistics Canada, Landcor Data Corporation, Fraser Valley Real Estate Board (FVREB), and Commercial Edge.
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