Sapperton Green
An application has been received to rezone in order to allow a complete, mixed use, sustainable and transit-oriented master planned community at 97 Braid Street, being called "Sapperton Green". This page provides information on the application and the proposed development of the site.


The City of New Westminster has received an application from Quadreal Property Group to rezone the property at 97 Braid Street. This application proposes a complete, mixed-use, sustainable and transit-oriented master-planned community. This community is being referred to as "Sapperton Green"

The site is 38.35 acres and located at the southeastern gateway to the City at the corner of Braid Street and Brunette Avenue. The Brunette Avenue / Highway #1 interchange is directly adjacent to the site and the Braid Street Skytrain Station is also located on the site. The site is adjacent to Hume Park and is also located at the intersection of the Central Valley Greenway and the Brunette Fraser Greenway.

This is a unique site in the region due to its size and proximity to a variety of transportation infrastructure. It is also near to natural, ecological and recreation amenities, including Hume Park, regional greenways, and the Brunette River.

Information and Public Feedback Opportunities

Masterplan and Rezoning Open House 1
September 20, 2017
5:00 pm – 7:30 pm
Sapperton Pensioners Hall

July 2017: Quadreal Property Group has submitted an application to rezone the site at 97 Braid Street following the progress which has been made toward developing a draft Master Plan for the proposed complete, mixed-use sustainable and transit-oriented community. The draft Master Plan has been endorsed by Council as the basis for public consultation and for beginning the evaluation of the rezoning application for the Sapperton Green neighbourhood.

November 3, 2015: Council has adopted Official Community Plan Amendment Bylaw No 7783, 2015 for 97 Braid Street (Sapperton Green).


Reports to Council:

Sapperton Green Website

The Sapperton Green Website provides information on the consultation that has been undertaken to date. This site is run by the applicant's planning consultants, Brook Pooni.

Revised: November 30, 2017