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Welcome to the South Pender Island Local Trust Area

South Pender Island Local Trust Area is located 15km north-east of the Swartz Bay ferry terminal, has a 2016 census population of 235 and covers an area of 913 hectacres. The South Pender Island Local Trust Area is home to some of the rarest ecosystems in the world. To learn about the conservation status of the South Pender Island Local Trust Area, view the island profile.

South Pender Island Local Trust Area News  

December 7, 2019 | Community Information Meeting (CIM) Re: Bylaw No. 117
December 16, 2019 | Public Hearing - Re:Short Term Vacation Rentals (STVRs)

The South Pender Island Local Trust Committee (LTC) is undertaking a review of existing short term vacation rental (STVR) policies and regulations. In the interim, to prohibit the initiation of new STVRs the LTC has initiated a bylaw amendment to prohibit STVRs as a permitted principal use in all zones where residential dwellings are allowed. A community information meeting is being held on December 7th to answer questions and gather feedback from the public. A public hearing will be held on December 16th,  prior to further consideration of the amendment. More community engagement opportunities will be built into the STVR policy review process. 

Meeting Calendar - Click Here and search December 7 or December 16. 
Notices for December 7 Open House - CIM Notice Click Here & Agenda - Click Here 
December 16 Public Hearing Notice -
Click Here
Bylaw No. 117 -  Click Here 
Project Information - Click Here

October 18, 2019 | Local Trust Committee - Special Meeting

Please click here to see the notice for the scheduled LTC Special Meeting RE: Discussion on STVRs. 

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South Pender Local Trust Committee Projects

Local trust committees set their priorities and manage their community planning projects using a work program. Top priority projects on the LTC's work program have resources in place, or resources which will be soon available. Projects may be significant and long term, such as an Official Community Plan Review, or relatively minor, such as an amendment to a regulation in a Land Use Bylaw.  For information on current projects - Read More >>

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Page last updated: 04/12/19
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