More houses proposed for Agassiz’s Mount Woodside

A new townhouse and single-family home development on the mountain in Kent would adjoin the existing Harrison Highlands development.

By Grace Kennedy | October 19, 2021 |5:00 am

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More development is being proposed for Mount Woodside off Lougheed Highway. The mountain, which is already home to the high-end Harrison Highlands subdivision, saw council approve a 162-house subdivision this summer. The new development would be adjacent to the 162-house development, and include 32-single family homes and 65 townhomes.

Parks and trails on the site would be integrated into the existing Harrison Highlands network. The area is an archeologically and culturally significant place for the Stó:lō people, and the developers would need to complete an archaeological impact assessment before subdivision.

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