Building Kamloops — Nine-Part Series

By Chad Klassen
June 27, 2018 - 12:27pm Updated: October 10, 2018 - 4:14pm

BUILDING KAMLOOPS looks into where the city will grow in the next 20 years. In April, the City of Kamloops revised the Kam Plan to project growth, expecting 30,000 more people to move to the Tournament Capital over the next two decades. According to the city, that will require another 13,000 units to accomodate for such growth. Chad Klassen takes a look at where the expansion will take place. 

Part 1: Challenges of expanding the city over the next 20 years

Part 2: Aberdeen key to future development in Kamloops

Part 3: Dufferin expansion to push closer to Kenna Cartwright Park

Part 4: 500 units still waiting to be developed in Juniper

Part 5: Densification the future on the North Shore

Part 6: Sun Rivers has 1,000 units left to build

Part 7: Tobiano booming after slow start to the community

Part 8: Labour shortage putting a squeeze on housing projects

Part 9: Future development relies on rezoning of agricultural land

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