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PEI developer offers to sell Greenwich land says he’s no environmental terrorist

IRAC rules against ECO P.E.I. appeal of government's decision to grant building permit to Tim Banks ...
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Time for this project to move on – Charlottetown apartments near approval after years of delays

Port House Development builder says it will revitalize the downtown, despite appeal filed to regulator ...
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Eight-storey 158-unit apartment building coming to Charlottetown

After three years in development, the Port House project in Charlottetown has final approval from city council ...
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Eight-storey apartment building with 32 affordable units cancelled after Charlottetown calls for costly changes, developer says

Tim Banks, agent for Port House developer Pat Morris, says the Charlottetown’s design reviewer called for changes to the project ...
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Winners expansion new strip mall food court renos coming to Royalty Crossing

Several large developments are on the horizon at the Royalty Crossing shopping centre in Charlottetown ...
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A year after post-tropical storm Fiona ripped through PEI the construction sector is playing catch-up

Tim Banks has worked in the real estate industry in Prince Edward Island for more than 40 years, managing supplies ...
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P.E.I. Humane Society looking to raise $3M as work on new shelter begins

'This is something that Prince Edward Island really, really needs' ...
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I have a right to build on that property – PEI developer says of lot near Greenwich dunes

Tim Banks vows to put a high-end rental on land he owns next to P.E.I. National Park ...
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Province announces another 111 social housing units

Future social housing options continue to expand for families and seniors in need of support, within eleven different Island communities ...
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Finally demolished, the former trade school site in Summerside set for new development

New development is set to include rent-to-own housing, affordable rentals, health centre and fire hall ...
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Construction of fully-electric Sherwood school begins with goal of net-zero emissions

CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. — The construction of the new Sherwood Elementary School in Charlottetown is underway, and residents can expect exciting, ...
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Summerside to replace 60-year-old fire station

A new fire hall in Summerside, Prince Edward Island, will allow firefighters to respond quicker to calls and create a ...
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MacArthur Appeal Dismissed

Appellant Doulas MacArthur's appeal before the Island Regulatory & Appeals Commission against the Sherwood Crossing Townhouses in Charlottetown has been ...
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IRAC Dismisses Appeal for Sherwood Crossing Development

On May 20, 2021 the appellant Don Read also filed his own motion with the commission challenging the standing of ...
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New community health centre for Summerside in 2024

An new $23 million community health centre to be built in Summerside at the site of the former Holland College ...
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Charlottetown council should rethink Port House decision

BILL CAMPBELL: Charlottetown council should rethink Port House decision ...
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Plans for 6-storey downtown Charlottetown apartment building hit major snag

Plans to build a six-storey, $24-million apartment building in downtown Charlottetown have been abandoned, according to the project's developer ...
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New community health centre announced for Summerside

The city will purchase the land, located at 425 Granville St., for $1 from Tim Banks, demolish the existing buildings ...
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Charlottetown developer Tim Banks shelves apartment plans, blames city’s CAO Peter Kelly

Says city revising affordable housing incentive program put dagger in plans ...
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Developer frustrated as housing project goes to another public meeting

Charlottetown developer Tim Banks doesn't understand why council is sending a housing project near Charlottetown Mall to another public meeting ...
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2018


Charlottetown hopes rental crunch will end with new developments
Apr 18 2018

There's optimism in Charlottetown about the number of new rental units set for construction in 2018. So far, there have been 820 units, including townhouses, approved for construction. That's up from last year when only about 135 units, including townhouses, were built in the city.

Waterfront wishes for Stratford
Jan 4 2018

Tim Banks says a $16-million apartment building development he is proposing will be good for Stratford. The proposed construction is a 79-unit, five-storey apartment building located along the waterfront in the town.

The Town of Stratford received an application from Banks’ company, Pan American Properties Inc., to rezone a 1.32-acre portion of land from waterfront public space to waterfront residential. The parcel of land is located on the Southport Motel property.

Richmond Street Affordable Housing Project
Oct 26 2017

Even in Charlottetown affordable housing is becoming a problem. Below is a link to a project that APM is trying to build in the downtown core right now.

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Zellers for Sale
Jan 13 2011
Tourism awards
Sep 24 2009
Donation to IWK
Jun 1 2007
Finding a home
May 26 2004
Career Move
May 22 2004
The Guardian
Oct 25 2003
A&W coming back
Oct 27 2001
Ecolodge scrapped
Dec 22 1999
Kmart Development
Aug 27 1999
APM Mechanical
Jan 13 1999