Who We Are

Pacific Land Group is one of the most experienced firms in the country in analysis, evaluation, consulting, and appraisal involving historic porperties and preservation easements. Our clients have included the National Trust for Historic Preservation, the Internal Revenue Service, and the Department of Justice as well as private property owners.

October 17, 2016

The City of Surrey recently adopted new by-law requirements called Ecosystem Protection Measures, including a new Sensitive Ecosystem Development Permit Area and new setbacks for Streamside Protection. This changes affect all properties within 50 m of the Green Infrastructure Area and within 50 m of the top of bank of any Class A, A/0, or B stream.

To meet the requirements, each application must include an Ecosystem Development Plan (based on accompany reports) to demonstrate how the Protection Areas (either a Green Infrastructure Area or Streamside Area) will be protected within the proposed development, based on an assessment of the current conditions. In cases where variances are needed for setback requirements, an Impact Mitigation Plan is required to detail how the proposed variance will not affect the health of the Ecosystem.

A Qualified Environmental Professional (QEP) is required to prepare these plans. Pacific Land Group regularly works with Surrey’s regulations and can assist you with these requirements.

November 7, 2014

Pacific Land Group was recently recognized by the Surrey Board of Trade as one of Surrey's best businesses. The Surrey Business Excellence Award was awarded to Pacific Land Group within the 1-10 employees category.

October 28, 2014

Pacific Land Group's Christopher Correia was recently featured in a Vancouver Sun article focusing on the contraints to, and costs of, commercial office development in Metro Vancouver.

October 24, 2014

NAIOP Vancouver released their second phase of the Long Term Forecast and Analysis of Metro Vancouver`s Industrial Lands. The report was prepared by Pacific Land Group and showcases the limited availability of industrial land across the region, specifically that Metro Vancouver has 2,919 acres of land or just over eleven years of supply left.

October 1, 2014

Pacific Land Group's newest project in Campbell Heights is highlighted in a recent Business in Vancouver article.