Brownfield Renewal: Challenging? Yes. Impossible? No.

The Province of British Columbia is making brownfield redevelopment easier through new policies, incentives, tools, and resources. Brownfield redevelopment creates a number of economic benefits for local governments, land developers and the community. By choosing to redevelop vacant or unused land, new sources of tax revenue can be found and redeveloped brownfield projects can spur on further new development as part of a community revitalization strategy.

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Publisher: Province of BC
Jun, 2011
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