The City of Kelowna will present the proposed Diamond Mountain Area Structure plan to Kelowna Mayor and Council on Monday, March 19 at 1:30pm. The city staff will be suggesting a negative recommendation. For the full story, click here.
The City of Kelowna hosted an open house earlier this week to discuss their plans for extending John Hindle Drive, connecting Glenmore Road to Highway 97. Construction is set to begin later this year. This development positions Diamond Mountain perfectly for UBCO students and staff, and connects the future community and existing Glenmore residents to […]
The Diamond Mountain Area Structure Plan (ASP) Open House was hosted on Thursday June 2, 2016 from 4pm – 6pm at the 101-554 Leon Avenue, and had a total of 41 participants (based upon sign-in sheet). The primary purpose of the open house was to present the updated Diamond Mountain ASP for 89 hectares (219 […]
Troika Management Corporation is inviting the neighbourhood to a public meeting at 101-554 Leon Avenue, Kelowna, BC, on Thursday June 2 from 4:00pm – 6:00pm to discuss the future of Diamond Mountain. It is Troika’s desire to facilitate dialogue that addresses the needs and concerns of all interested parties and to enhance the beauty of […]
by Ron Seymour The Daily Courier Invitations to a public meeting are in the mail to 6,500 people who live around a major new proposed development site in the Glenmore Valley. Troika Developments has plans for 435 homes in the first phase of a project on Diamond Mountain, which is east of Glenmore Road and […]
On May 2nd Troika Management visited the Diamound Mountain development for a site walk and lunch. In attendance were 10 city staff as well as land owners Len Tonn and Marvin Tonn. The purpose of the visit was to showcase the beauty of the land as well discuss proposed development areas. The Area Structure Plan process is well […]
Written by: Kelowna Daily Courier Tuesday, 04 December 2012 A massive new residential development in Glenmore could eventually have 1,400 homes. The so-called Diamond Mountain project would contain a mix of single-family homes, townhomes, and apartments, Kelowna council heard Monday. Council authorized staff to begin developing an area structure plan for the development proposal. Among […]