The Kits Point Residents Association is looking for a judicial review of the City of Vancouver’s public input on the Squamish Nation-led project.
The Squamish Nation broke ground last month on the project which is the largest Indigenous-led housing development in Canadian history.
When completed, the Senákw development next to Kits Point will include some 11 towers, 6,000 rental units and 1,200 homes, generating an estimated long-term return of more than $10 billion to the nation.
The Kits Point Residents Association represents 1,100 households, north of Cornwall Avenue and east of Arbutus Street.
Last modified: October 7, 2022