British Columbia needs more Manufactured Housing Communities informs MHProNews MHC owner Larry Gaudreau, noting that communities built in the 1940’s and 1950’s have deteriorating infrastructures that cannot be replaced without moving residents out, says the government needs more affordable housing for these people, as well as to meet future needs. “More than 50 per cent of the people that are going to retire are going to have to use the assets from their house and they are going to be looking for low-cost housing,” he says. Justin Filuk, senior project officer for British Columbia Housing, says, “It is important that all levels of government including municipalities recognize their role in helping to both preserve the existing stock of mobile home pads and to also facilitate the creation of new supply.” Gaudreau says Toronto Dominion Bank has expressed willingness to help finance construction of MHCs on Vancouver Island.

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