Developer forced to backfill Capital Pointe site after losing appeal - Regina



The City of Regina has won its appeal against the developer of Capital Pointe. Westgate Properties has been ordered to backfill the hole on Albert Street and Victoria Avenue.


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According to the 14-page decision by the Saskatchewan Building and Accessibility Standards Appeal Board, the hole has to be filled by March 30, 2019 by Westgate Properties. If it is not filled by that day the city will be allowed to fill in the hole.

Originally the Court of Queen’s Bench had heard and rejected the City of Regina’s appeal to have Capital Pointe backfilled.

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