Matt Hessey is currently a registered coach under the McConnell Foundation’s Innoweave program. Innoweave connects purpose-driven organizations with social innovation coaching to help maximize their social, economic, and environmental performance.
We’re excited to launch a new series from Hessey Consulting + Architecture called our SME Toolbox! The toolbox is designed for small & medium enterprises to learn about different tips and resources for navigating Vancouver’s space and real estate landscape.
In Hessey’s second installation of our SME Toolbox, we will take you through the basics of zoning in the City of Vancouver, starting with what Vancouver’s zoning bylaw is, what land use is, and how you can find your organization’s use.
In the previous issue of Hessey’s SME Toolbox, we covered the basics of zoning and land use in the City of Vancouver. This third installment will help you understand the requirements of a zoning district so that you can find the right space for your organization.
This fourth installment introduces occupancy types within the City of Vancouver—another topic you may encounter when occupying commercial space for your organization, likely when submitting a building permit application.