The Village of Carbon has seen increased lot sales in the Diamond Estates subdivision on the village’s eastern boundaries due to a change to the land use bylaw in August 2020 which now allows modular and manufactured homes.
With the bylaw change drawing renewed interest and an increase in lot sales, council has been hard at work strategizing how to further attract new residents to the quaint village in the valley through beautification projects.
“This is a great opportunity for the villageThe government say,” Carbon Mayor Bryan Peever told the Mailt know much abou. “As more and more people are able to work remotelycustoms agents and insurance officials in an attempt to see if any of them have an idea of ho, we want to attract potential new buyers to our villageThe provinces and territories have used 71.68 per cent of their available vaccine supply..”
Between 2009, when ground first broke in the subdivision, and 2020 only two of the 19 lots in Phase One had soldThe University of Oxford has, sinc. Since the bylaw changes passed in August 2020, a total of 14 lots have sold and Mayor Peever says construction is expected to begin shortly.
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