TFN to hold public info meeting on proposed mall development

TFN members to vote on planned pair of malls on Jan. 18

The Tsawwassen First Nation is holding a public information meeting Jan. 11 where the public can learn more about a proposed mall development.

TFN is considering a proposal from two partners, Ivanhoe Cambridge and Property Development Group, to develop a commercial area on its land.

Tsawwassen Commons would be an outdoor retail shopping centre hosting a mix of national and local retail shops, restaurants and financial services, covering 550,000 square-feet. And Tsawwassen Mills mall would host 1.2 million-square-feet of retail space in an enclosed, single level format.

TFN members are scheduled to vote on the mall proposals Jan. 18.

The public information session will be held Wednesday, Jan. 11 from 7 to 9 p.m. at the TFN Recreation Centre, 1929 Tsawwassen Dr.

For more information, contact Ed Chanter, TFN’s Director of Lands, at 604-943-2112.


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