CBC INVESTIGATES Owners of condos with structural problems question city’s role in approving building plans

Owners in a Winnipeg condominium development with structural problems are questioning the city’s role in approving plans for the homes.  Board members of the Riverside Glen condominium corporation said they are “confused as to why or how the city of Winnipeg Planning and Property Development Department approved the plans to build our homes.”  The 20-unit bungalow community developed by Legacy Homes on Augier Avenue in west Winnipeg is the subject of several lawsuits, as owners grapple with the costs of repairing defects in their condos.    Read the article……………


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