Some quick facts about why so many people are choosing to live, work and build in Surrey City Centre.
- As of 2011, 69% of the population ranges between 18 and 64.
- Surrey has the 3rd highest proportion of child population in Metro Vancouver.
The City of Surrey’s economic development vision is to support a high quality of life for its residents, workforce and visitors through sustainable development that carefully integrates economic, environmental and social/cultural interests.
The City of Surrey’s land and development is guided by the City’s official community plan. At the heart of this plan is the concept of community, it outlines the best way to generate a community environment while creating an area that promotes growth in both residential and commercial developments.
The City of Surrey’s award-winning Sustainability Charter is an overarching policy document that will guide the City’s approach to social, cultural, environmental, and economic sustainability in the future.
More than 180 health-related organizations are concentrated in one square mile of City Centre in North Surrey. See why Surrey is set to become a world-class centre for health technologies.