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Request for Proposals
Regional Housing Capacity and Gap AnalysisThe Regional District of Nanaimo (RDN) requests proposals from qualified consultant firms with experience in conducting housing capacity assessments. This work is considered as a discrete component of the preliminary research needed to inform the RDN's Regional Growth Strategy (RGS) Review, specifically the RGS policies relating to affordable housing. The study is intended to also inform a future regional Affordable Housing Strategy and as a prerequisite for senior government grant funding to support the development of partnerships that result in the construction and/or repair of affordable housing within the region.
Proponents must refer to the complete Request for Proposals Documents for detailed information regarding proposal submission requirements.
- Regional Housing Capacity and Gap Analysis
Filename File Size (mb) Modified Regional Housing and Gap Analysis - RFP 1.71 MB Nov 7, 2018
October 26, 2018
Proponents are requested to submit their Proposal prior to the closing time of 4:00 PM (16:00 hrs), Pacific Time, Thursday, November 15, 2018. Submission method:
- By Email: With Regional Housing Capacity and Gap Analysis as the subject line and in PDF format at this electronic address: email@example.com
Please note: Maximum email file size limit is 15MB, or less.
- Proposals received by hand delivery and facsimile are not encouraged.
- All costs to prepare the Proposal shall be borne solely by the Proponent.
Regional District of Nanaimo (RDN) Contact for Questions:
Jamai SchileThe RDN appreciates all proposal responses, however, only short-listed or successful Proponents with be contacted.
Senior Planner, Long Range Planning
Strategic and Community Development