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Town Council Approves Multi Use Lifestyle Resort Community

Pheasant Glen’s proposal has been approved by Town Council, and we will now be able to move forward with our vision for a Multi Use Lifestyle Resort Community right here in Qualicum Beach!

Local residents and tourists can look forward to a new Brew Pub to enjoy a great meal with friends in a pristine setting, complete with rolling fairways, golfers, and mountain views! You will be able to invite friends and family from out of town to book a room and stay at the new Hotel/Lodge, or choose one of the Cottages or Cabins to rent.

For our Junior Golf Academy, these new accommodations will be a welcome choice for participants, both local and out of town. Golf championships and tournament participants alike will appreciate having quality accommodation options nearby.

The new Multi Use Lifestyle Resort Community will also have a beautiful venue for hosting weddings and other special celebrations. This is an integral part of our plans to ensure that future generations — including our own family members who have been in the area for four generations — will have a wonderful place to gather, find new adventures and make memories.

This vision started with Bill Dutton’s purchase of the golf course in 1996, and this year Pheasant Glen celebrates its 25th Anniversary. We are excited to build on this legacy!

The community of Qualicum Beach will benefit from construction and job creation, and a $450,000 contribution by Pheasant Glen toward the Town of Qualicum Beach’s affordable housing fund. Construction costs project $80-90 million to build 185 units of mixed cottage, cabin, and stacked condos. A 40 room hotel/lodge owned and operated by Pheasant Glen will offer daily and weekly rentals in peak season, and monthly rentals in off-season.

Craig and Bill Dutton show the $450,000 cheque they delivered to the Town of Qualicum Beach.

The Town of Qualicum Beach receives Bill Dutton’s contribution to the community’s affordable housing fund.  

The Resort Community projects a significant positive economic impact on the local economy — $4.5 million in development charges paid to the town, and $1.5 million a year in tax revenue. It is expected to generate $40-50 million in economic activity for the area.

In addition to a new brew pub, restaurant, and accommodations, there will be a new clubhouse, meeting rooms, confectionery, spa, and biking, walking and hiking trails connected to the Town of Qualicum Beach trail system.

Pheasant Glen wishes to thank its members, friends, and community supporters who wrote and phoned Town Council and attended the meetings. A special thank you to the following Town Council members who supported the resort by passing the bylaw:

  • Councillor Scott Harrison
  • Councillor Teunis Westbroek
  • Mayor Brian Wiese

Again, a big thank you to everyone who has taken supportive actions to stand by our community vision for Qualicum Beach!

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