The Carvolth Neighbourhood Plan

Township of Langley


The Carvolth neighbourhood is located in the Township of Langley, at the 200 Street interchange of the TransCanada Highway. Approximately 130 hectares (320 acres) in size, Carvolth is generally bounded by 196 Street (West), the TransCanada Highway (North), 204 Street (East) and 84 Avenue (South).

Adopted in 2013, the Carvolth neighbourhood Plan provides a vision for developing a major transitoriented gateway to the community. The neighbourhood is envisioned to have a mix of jobs and housing, with a wide range of uses, including office, retail commercial, light industrial and residential. It is projected to be home to approximately 12,800 jobs and 5,000 residents when it is fully built-out.

Capitalizing on its strategic locational advantages and several regionally significant transportation and transit investments, Carvolth is emerging as a premiere business address by attracting companies that have high growth potential serving Metro Vancouver, Fraser Valley and beyond. It is also a choice location for local businesses seeking retention and expansion. High density residential developments are now under construction across the street from the new Carvolth Exchange.

The Carvolth Neighbourhood Plan provides a land use planning and economic development vision that is supported by the business and development community.