Paradise Falls is a neighbourhood situated within the Westhills development overlooking Langford Lake in the municipality of Langford on Victoria's Westshore region.
The community will be built throughout several phases containing a mix of single family homes, townhomes, Contempo™ homes and smallFootprint homes™.
The first phase of Paradise Falls, released in 2014, consists of 13 townhomes, six smallFootprint homes™ and 12 single family dwellings.
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I don’t see it described as parkland:
Did you try reading the agreement title? You won't have to go far lol...
PARKLAND DEDICATION AGREEMENT (PDA)
The PDA sets out the parameters of what kinds of parcels of land will or will not be considered Park, when dedication needs to occur, and how the areas are to be protected or improved upon. It is proposed that the 40% land dedication could include playing fields, trails, Streamside Protection Enhancement Areas, engineered fill slopes, public plazas, untouched greenspace, among others. It is also proposed that the Park & Ride area adjacent to the E&N railway and YMCA count towards the 40% subject to it remaining available for public use.
Vandals who rearranged giant letters spelling Westhills to instead read “heist” on a slope in Langford could have created worse phrases, the developer concedes, but with thousands of dollars in damage done he isn’t laughing.
Rob Muller, who oversees real estate sales and marketing, said Westhills Land Corp., founded in 2006, is offering a $2,000 reward “the details of which we will be releasing Thursday” for anyone with information leading to the positive identification of those responsible for the vandalism which was discovered early Saturday morning.
A prank is one thing but causing thousands of dollars of damage is a very different and serious matter, he said.
“We just want to make sure that people understand that this isn’t just some letters on a hillside but they do have quite a bit of a cost to them,” said Muller. “We just want to keep our com munity looking beautiful and welcoming and so we’re going to put the sign back up and hope that this time it stays up.”