Housing Vancouver is our 10-year housing strategy to reduce Vancouver’s housing affordability gap and to provide a strong foundation for the future of Vancouver.
It guides all policy decisions related to housing.
Learn about Housing Vancouver and the policies it shapes to meet the needs of our growing population with the right housing supply.
More than 50 co-ops across Vancouver are leased on land which is owned by the City, and some of these land leases are about to expire.
Learn how our 10-year strategy provides a strong foundation for the future in Vancouver.
About our programs to add and protect market rental housing, including application details, resources, and forms.
To meet the right supply targets, we are looking at new opportunities to add housing choice across the city.
This program aims to see more affordable housing by reducing processing and approval times.
The Housing Mix Policy for Rezoning Projects is another step towards increasing the supply of family homes.
Laneway houses create opportunities to increase the diversity of rental units in low density neighbourhoods.
A specialized endowment fund of non-market housing assets on City-owned land dedicated to meeting housing and affordability needs.
This grant program provides contributions towards the construction of a non-profit or co-op housing project.
We are working to increase affordable housing for students, young families, and seniors, through a new rezoning policy.
Uses City- and partner-owned land for new housing projects with more types of home options and greater affordability than the private market.