Development Cost Charge Program under reviewDevelopment Cost Charge Program under review<div class="ExternalClassA0830162E15B496D9E9CAFEADBD278D6"><p>Metro Vancouver will hold a series of public consultations this fall over its proposed Development Cost Charge (DCC) program rate changes, which are aimed at expanding liquid waste infrastructure to serve the growing population.</p><p>The proposed changes focus on the principle that ‘growth pays for growth’. The existing DCC rates were established almost 20 years ago and significant changes to cost and growth conditions mean they are not sufficient to sustain funding requirements for growth, particularly in the Fraser Sewerage Area. </p><p>The move recognizes that the four sewer areas -- Vancouver, Lulu Island, North Shore and Fraser -- each have a different cost profile as a result of population, growth rate, and prior infrastructure investments. The Fraser Sewerage Area, for instance, includes significant growth development, which requires the extension of trunk lines, new pump stations, new interceptors and a river crossing. </p><p>The consultations, slated to be held in the region’s four sewerage areas, are expected to wrap up in November with a new DCC bylaw brought forward before the end of the year, and an effective date of implementation expected by April 1, 2018. </p><p>For the committee report, click <a href="/boards/IntergovernmentFinance/FIC_Jul_19_2017_Agenda.pdf" target="_blank">here</a>.</p><p>For the consultation, click <a href="/services/liquid-waste/drainage/development-cost-charges/Pages/default.aspx" target="_blank">here</a>. (Registration will be available August 2nd - A webinar will also be available with a date to be determined.)</p> <table width="100%" cellpadding="3" style="background:none;"><tbody><tr><td> <strong>Sewerage Area</strong></td><td> <strong>Selected Date</strong></td><td> <strong>Hotel</strong></td></tr><tr><td>North Shore</td><td>Tuesday, September 19th</td><td>Pinnacle Hotel at the Pier</td></tr><tr><td>Vancouver</td><td>Wednesday, September 20th</td><td>Sheraton Wall Centre</td></tr><tr><td>Fraser (South)</td><td>Thursday, September 21st</td><td>Sheraton Vancouver Guildford</td></tr><tr><td>Fraser (North)</td><td>Monday, October 2nd</td><td>Anvil Centre</td></tr><tr><td>Lulu</td><td>Tuesday, October 3rd</td><td>Executive Airport Plaza Hotel Richmond</td></tr></tbody></table></div>http://heimat-deutschland.info/metroupdate/PublishingImages/issue34-dcc.jpg2017-07-31T07:00:00ZGP0|#2c0fce0a-9b46-4bae-b276-c523188c6aa3;L0|#02c0fce0a-9b46-4bae-b276-c523188c6aa3|Issue 34;GTSet|#d14ffe11-45dc-48fb-8684-ff109cf15a74<div class="ExternalClassC93F2993614E43DC9F56A37107814BF4"><p>​Metro Vancouver will hold a series of public consultations this fall over its proposed Development Cost Charge (DCC) program rate changes, which are aimed at expanding liquid waste infrastructure to serve the growing population. The proposed changes focus on the principle that 'growth pays for growth'. </p></div>0Lulu Island Wastewater Treatment Plant

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