Canadian Resort

An aerial depicting the location of a planned recreational community with cabins, RV pads, and campsites west of Shirley near the popular Sandcut Beach area of Highway 14. Google/Citified.ca

A resort community with cabins and campgrounds has been pitched for an expansive property west of Sooke, B.C., between the communities of Shirley and Jordan River, according to Citified.ca. 

Currently, before the Capital Regional District’s Juan de Fuca Land Use Committee, proponents are seeking rezoning in order to build up to 39 cabins, 84 RV and tenting campsites, accommodation for staff, an office and reception space, a small retail/convenience operation and a caretaker residential unit for two parcels of land at 11237 West Coast Road/Highway 14 east of Sandcut Beach and west of Fossil Bay Resort.

The development site plan identifies two rows of waterfront cabins south of the highway, totaling 13 units, in addition to a retained residence and cabin currently on the land. A further 14 cabins are planned north of the highway parallel with the route (locally referred to as West Coast Road), with RV pads and campsites beyond them. At the northernmost and highest point of the property, 11 small cabins are proposed.

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