Surrey - 13939 104 Avenue

The Travelodge Hotel in Surrey.

Image courtesy of Google Maps.

The Province, through BC Housing, has purchased the 28-room Travelodge Hotel at 13939, 104 Avenue as part of a long-term plan to provide safe, supportive housing.

The proposed supportive housing services will include supports such as meals, connection to health services, income assistance, and other client focused services. The 28-units of housing will provide residents with a person-centered approach. Staff will be on-site 24 hours a day to ensure residents can achieve and maintain housing stability and receive important supports such as:

  • life skill training
  • wellness checks
  • mentorship
  • health and skill development programs

Discussions will be had with applicants to ensure the services provided in this building meet their needs and there is an appropriate mix of residents. All residents will sign a program agreement (similar to a tenancy agreement) and will pay rent.  No operator for the property has been selected. BC Housing will conduct a Request for Proposals to ensure the right operator is selected that can best meet the needs of the residents.

This property is currently vacant and will need to be rezoned before it can be converted into supportive housing; the application will comply with the municipal rezoning process. The Travelodge rezoning application will be submitted in summer 2021 with the target of having residents move in during winter 2021.

Community Engagement

BC Housing is committed to an ongoing community dialogue and invites the community to learn more about the project, and address questions that neighbours may have about supportive housing being operated at the site. We will be engaging with the community throughout the rezoning process.

We welcome questions and comments below in the Q&A or by email to: communityrelations@bchousing.org

Image courtesy of Google Maps.

The Province, through BC Housing, has purchased the 28-room Travelodge Hotel at 13939, 104 Avenue as part of a long-term plan to provide safe, supportive housing.

The proposed supportive housing services will include supports such as meals, connection to health services, income assistance, and other client focused services. The 28-units of housing will provide residents with a person-centered approach. Staff will be on-site 24 hours a day to ensure residents can achieve and maintain housing stability and receive important supports such as:

  • life skill training
  • wellness checks
  • mentorship
  • health and skill development programs

Discussions will be had with applicants to ensure the services provided in this building meet their needs and there is an appropriate mix of residents. All residents will sign a program agreement (similar to a tenancy agreement) and will pay rent.  No operator for the property has been selected. BC Housing will conduct a Request for Proposals to ensure the right operator is selected that can best meet the needs of the residents.

This property is currently vacant and will need to be rezoned before it can be converted into supportive housing; the application will comply with the municipal rezoning process. The Travelodge rezoning application will be submitted in summer 2021 with the target of having residents move in during winter 2021.

Community Engagement

BC Housing is committed to an ongoing community dialogue and invites the community to learn more about the project, and address questions that neighbours may have about supportive housing being operated at the site. We will be engaging with the community throughout the rezoning process.

We welcome questions and comments below in the Q&A or by email to: communityrelations@bchousing.org

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