Janine Thomson

Serving the Westshore with quality, integrity & accuracy.

Langford's new YMCA opened up this Spring of 2016 with four stories of fun for the whole family. This 30 million dollar addition to Westhills and Langford’s City Centre Park includes a brand new wave pool, water slides, a lazy river, therapy pools, day care with fitness facilities including:

 

•8,000 square feet, state of the art fitness centre with strength and cardio equipment
•Leisure pool
•Warm water therapy pool
•Leisure pool with water features, lazy river, water slides and waves
•Whirlpool, steam room and sauna
•Personal Coaching
•Individual and group training programs available
•Unlimited drop-in fitness classes
•Swim lessons for all ages
•Activity Centre: Sports, games and social activities for children
•Playcare: Childminding available while using the facility (some limitations based on membership type)
•Family recreational programs

 

1319 Westhills Drive
Langford, BC V9B 0S2
T: (250) 386-7511

 

Hours of Operation:
Monday – Friday 5:30AM – 10:00PM
Saturday 7:00AM – 9:00PM
Sunday 7:00AM – 9:00PM
Statutory Holidays 7:00AM – 9:00PM

 

Visit here at http://vancouverislandy.com

or City of Langford: http://www.cityoflangford.ca/EN/main/lifestyle/amenities/ymca-ywca.html

 

 

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Property owner Sobey’s is staying rather mum on its plans to develop the former Belmont secondary property on Jacklin Road in Langford.

But a Victoria real estate company is already putting out the feelers for tenants that could accompany anchor Thrifty Foods in the major commercial project, a 200,000-square-foot development  tabbed the Belmont Market Shopping Centre.

Site plans on an online marketing brochure on the website of CBRE Victoria illustrate a “Town Centre” style layout with a roadway running through the centre of three main commercial sections. The Thrifty Foods store is shown on the east side of the property, roughly where the skate park used to sit.

The brochure lists Belmont Market spaces as offering “high ceilings and attractive storefronts” and sizes from 1,200 square foot units up to a 38,000 sq. ft. anchor tenant space.

It estimates the expected occupancy date for the first phase of the development to be July 1, 2017.

Asked to comment on the project given the presence of the detailed online marketing materials, Kari Scobie, Sobey’s communications manager for Western Canada, shed little extra light on the project.

“We are excited about the new Belmont Thrifty Foods location and look forward to sharing more information on the development with the community and our customers further into the planning process,” she wrote in an email.

The brochure also shows a series of residential buildings rimming the commercial development on the eastern edge of the land Sobey’s purchased in spring 2014 from the Sooke School District. It states that 330 residences are proposed to be built adjacent to the shopping centre.

Langford Coun. Denise Blackwell, informed of the online marketing campaign for the property by the Gazette, admitted it’s been some time since she has looked at the comprehensive development zoning that council approved around the time the sale was announced. But she was not aware that the company had made the City aware of any concrete plans at this point.

Nonetheless, she said, hearing that Sobey’s plans for the land might be getting closer to becoming reality is a good sign.

“It is definitely an exciting prospect for the city, so the sooner we see it getting going, the better as far as we’re concerned,” she said.

The plans and renderings of the proposed shopping centre can be found at cbrevictoria.com.

 

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