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Bay Brigade Lot 37
Bay Lot Brigade #37 Gambier Island 5.21 acre with an eastward perspective. It is a high shore plot without immediate acces to the waters. We have several gigantic construction projects that are easily accessible. These images only show the visual potentials that are needed to reveal the real brilliance of this gemstone.
Sunbathing on the shore between Lot 12 and 15 is a perfectly sheltered bay, great for kids to hunt shrimp, swim and build floats for ages while you read this quietly. The Brigade Bay has its own year-round yacht harbour, which is exclusively available to the 68 proprietors.
More than half of the Brigade Bay plots are built on, the zonation allows two apartments, there is no need to do so. 15 minute cruise from Lions Bay West Vancouver, less than an hours drive from downtown Vancouver.
Bay Brigade Lot 15
Gambier Island 2.25 acre luxuriant verdant flora with 95? of the seafront. A perfectly sheltered bay, great for kids who hunt shrimps, swim and build floats for ages while you read the game. Gentle slope to the shore with lots of easily accessible construction work.
The Brigade Bay has its own year-round yacht harbour, which is exclusively available to the 68 proprietors. More than half of the Brigade Bay plots are undeveloped, the zonation allows two apartments, there is no need to construct. 15 minute cruise from Lions Bay West Vancouver, less than an hours drive from downtown Vancouver.
Bluffs Brigade Bay Nature Reserve, Gambier Island
Brigade Bay Bluffs Natural Park is a cliffy wooded slope 240 metres above Howe Sound on the eastern side of Gambier Island. It shelters five ha of cliffs and old forests that have been rescued from deforestation by Gambier due to the precipitous naturalness.
There is a rugged cliff that provides a pristine game-life passageway and the reservation connects uncultivated Crownland in the western part with a city garden in the eastern part. Once a safer haven and campground for First Nations who travelled to Howe Sound. Around the bay, probably with the cliffs, was known among the Squamish Nations for stag hunt and herding.
During the early 1900s, the woods around the cliffs were probably cut down, as shown by the fir trees on the edge of the reservation. Most of the land was selected in 2000 as part of a partial area expansion. The Brigade Bay Blinfs Nature Reservation, together with the Long Bay Wetland Nature Reservation, was sponsored by Coastland Wood Industries to cover the needs of developing the Brigade Bay area.
Both the cliffs and the wetlands were donated as a direct product of a broad cooperation between the civil, social and non-profit sector and the commitment of many members of the municipality. This is praised by the church as a role models for engagement and dialog in a comprehensive breakdown mechanism.
The Brigade Bay Blinfs Nature Reserve is open to the Brigade Bay for general use, but has restricted leisure activities due to the area. In order to maintain the exceptional vegetation that grows along the cliffs and at possible breeding grounds for birds, please do not use the cliffs for any kind of crags. Gambier Island Conservancy and Sunshine Coast Conservation Association has signed a nature protection agreement in the Brigade Bay Blinfs Nature Reserve and the Conservancy is managing the land on commission from the Islands Trust Fund.
In order to meet the evolving needs of managers in this vulnerable area, the reservation is subject to regular volunteer monitoring. Due to previous silvicultural activities in and around the reservation, the Islands Trust Fund has the prior aim that the inherent inheritance of the forests can be continued with little manpower.
If necessary, the Islands Trust Fund can support this development with the help of the Conservancy by eliminating invertebrate plants and saplings. You can view the Brigade Bay Bluffs Nature Reserve Managment Map here.