Duncan - 260 White Road

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Creating healthy, safe, stable homes for people in Duncan

BC Housing, the City of Duncan, and partners are working together to build new supportive homes at 260 White Road. These homes will be for people experiencing, or at risk of experiencing, homelessness in Duncan.

The new building will be operated by three social service providers:

  • Cowichan Valley Women Against Violence Society
  • Hiiye’yu Lelum
  • Clements Centre Society

Cowichan Valley Women Against Violence is entering into an operator agreement with BC Housing. Each society supports their own residents.

We want to hear from you

We know that this is a new kind of housing in the area. We want to hear from you about how to integrate these homes into the neighbourhood.

We want to introduce you to the three operating partners. We are also looking for input on the design of the building exterior. View all Exterior Design options.

There are three ways you can participate:

1. Attend a Neighbourhood Dialogue:

2. Online Survey:

    • Thank you for your feedback. Online survey is now closed.

3. You can leave questions and comments below or contact us at communityrelations@bchousing.org

BC Housing hosted four neighbourhood dialogues on August 11, 2020 and August 19, 2020. We are working to build on those conversations.


Creating healthy, safe, stable homes for people in Duncan

BC Housing, the City of Duncan, and partners are working together to build new supportive homes at 260 White Road. These homes will be for people experiencing, or at risk of experiencing, homelessness in Duncan.

The new building will be operated by three social service providers:

  • Cowichan Valley Women Against Violence Society
  • Hiiye’yu Lelum
  • Clements Centre Society

Cowichan Valley Women Against Violence is entering into an operator agreement with BC Housing. Each society supports their own residents.

We want to hear from you

We know that this is a new kind of housing in the area. We want to hear from you about how to integrate these homes into the neighbourhood.

We want to introduce you to the three operating partners. We are also looking for input on the design of the building exterior. View all Exterior Design options.

There are three ways you can participate:

1. Attend a Neighbourhood Dialogue:

2. Online Survey:

    • Thank you for your feedback. Online survey is now closed.

3. You can leave questions and comments below or contact us at communityrelations@bchousing.org

BC Housing hosted four neighbourhood dialogues on August 11, 2020 and August 19, 2020. We are working to build on those conversations.

  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    There is an urgent need for housing with support services for people experiencing homelessness in Duncan. BC Housing and the City of Duncan are partnering to build new homes for people in need at 260 White Road. This new supportive housing will provide 48 new homes for men and women.

    We want to ensure these new homes fit well into the community. We are seeking input from neighbours into the design of the building exterior. Your input will be used as we make some design decisions. The design options in this survey are not listed in any order. 

    Please review the Exterior Design Options presentation to see the options being considered.

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