Township Asks for Demolition Plans Feedback For New Museum Project

 

Request for Comment

Hello Fort Langley Friends

There is a demolition application under the Heritage Alteration Permit at 9112, 9134 King St – 23391 Mary Ave – 23418,23428 and 23438 Mavis Ave – 9103 and 9113 Royal St. This will be the site of the new Fort Langley Museum project.   Basically it’s the entire block encompassed by Mavis, King, Mary and Royal.  Right across from the large green grass space outside the physical Fort itself.  Details can be viewed here and here.

 

If you have any thoughts or comments please email back by Tuesday June 02nd, 2020.  You can either write an email to us at “info@fortlangleycommunity.com” or you can type your comments here.  Note this feedback is only in relation to the Heritage Alteration Permit to demolish the buildings on this site.

Your emails and letters make a difference!  

Thank You,

Andy Schildhorn,

Fort Langley Community Association

 

Further Info: Read the Langley Township News and Info about the new proposed museum

You can read the info about the new museum itself on the TOL website.  Note TOL site has a link that also gives information from the Government of Canada news release.  See the Township of Langley information  HERE

 

Architect rendition of new Museum building:

 

 

 

2020-05-31T07:25:10+00:00

2 Comments

  1. Glenda June 3, 2020 at 8:35 pm - Reply

    breaks my heart that all of those heritage buildings are being torn down, we are losing the quaintness and the history of this part of our province. Once those buildings are removed you cannot restore that heritage. It’s all going to look like the Coulter building……sad for our history

  2. Ursula Maxwell-Lewis June 2, 2020 at 2:15 pm - Reply

    It’s about time! This museum could really complement what is already popular and well-established. Just make sure it’s big enough!

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