The City of Vancouver is conducting a city-wide review of its employment lands. The purpose of the review is to create a long-range land use policy plan to ensure there is an appropriate supply of land for jobs and businesses and to support the future growth of the economy. Vancouver has a limited supply of commercial and industrial land. Today, about half of all jobs in Vancouver are located on 10% of our land base. This is an opportunity to provide input on the current constraints and needs for tourism businesses to thrive in Vancouver.

This survey asks about your firm's business and plans for the future. (The questions are best answered by the business owner or a key decision maker.)

Your input will help the City of Vancouver Employment Lands and Economy planning team understand the space needs and preferences of businesses in Vancouver. The data collected will be compiled into a report which will help inform future land use policies aimed at supporting business and job growth.  More information about the Employment Lands and Economy Review is available at www.vancouver.ca/employment-lands.

 

If you would like to discuss the topics covered in this survey with a Tourism Vancouver staff, please contact Gwendal Castellan in our Destination Development team at gcastellan@tourismvancouver.com