The Saskatchewan Building and Accessibility Standards Appeal Board has adjourned proceedings on a controversial high rise condo project in downtown Regina until July.
The board was hearing an appeal from the developers of Capital Pointe, Westgate Properties, regarding the city’s order to fill the construction site at the corner of Victoria Avenue and Albert Street.
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According to a legal representative for the city, the board doesn’t have jurisdiction to hear the appeal from Westgate, as it has exceed the 30 day mandatory timeline.
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Westgate Properties argued the board does have the jurisdiction to hear their appeal and noted their was no mention of a timeline when the appeal was originally brought forth.
The board concluded the proceedings by saying the matter of whether or not they have jurisdiction on this file will be something they discuss after the legal proceedings taking place on Monday were adjourned.
The next hearing is scheduled for June 24th.