On May 22, 2014, the FCRA applied for a Judicial Review of the back-to-back temporary permits allowing commercial operations on land zoned for exclusive parkland recreation use.
The City did not file a response, though according to the Rules of Court, it was due June 12, 2014.
Concord Pacific filed an application, asking that it be added to our judicial review case as a full respondent, i.e. able to bring motions, have a say in court appearance dates, be able to appeal an unfavourable ruling, etc.
We responded to Concord’s application as follows:
Response to Concord’s Petition
Supreme Court Master Taylor ruled that Concord should be a full party. His reasons are:
Master Taylor, re F.C.R.A False Creek Residents Association v. Vancouver (City), 09-03