Downtown Surrey BIA To Host Panel Discussion On The Future of the Downtown Core

Elected officials, academics, developers and business leaders to gather to discuss the opportunities for investment in this rapidly growing region.

June 10, 2019

Surrey, BC: The Downtown Surrey Business Improvement Association (DSBIA) will host a discussion about the evolving future of the city’s downtown core. Expert panelists will converse about the next phase of the highly talked about neighbourhood within one of Canada’s fastest growing cities.

Panelists include: Surrey Mayor Doug McCallum; PCI Developments Partner Tim Grant, Safe Software Co-Founder and Vice President of Development Dale Lutz as well as Simon Fraser University (SFU) Vice President Joanne Curry. The panel will be moderated by Rajveer Hundal, a partner at PwC Vancouver Assurance Group.

Event: A Panel Discussion: Shaping Surrey’s Future 2019

Date: June 13th

Time: Registration: 3:00 PM – 3:30 PM

Welcome and Panel Discussion: 3:30 PM

Wine and Cheese Reception: 4:30 PM – 6:30 PM

Place: Civic Hotel, 13475 Central Avenue Surrey, B.C.

Surrey continues to be counted among the top 10 fastest growing urban centres in Canada, and its rapid population growth is expected to transform Surrey into the largest city in British Columbia by 2030. Much of the growth in terms of business, educational institutions, residential and commercial occurring in the Downtown Core. This panel will discuss where the downtown is as of today, and what the future holds.