Before and After photos show the destruction done to the 25 acre Table Top property.
The landscape and nature is adjusted to the development plans.
A much more environment friendly and sustainable approach would have been … to adjust the development plan and work with the existing landscape plus incorporate the homes and hotel into the natural setting !!
Mentioned before, the excavators and trucks remove more than 64000 cubic meter of material from TableTop Mountain. Where is it placed ??
At the entrance area of the property near MacKinnon Road. A high and very large mountain of crushed material has been created !!!
The foolish thing is: They have to move this huge pile again !!! That means AGAIN hundreds of hours of heavy machines work and trips by trucks. More dust, noise, vibration and air pollution.
Most of the Peachland residents have voted against a gravel pit around Princeton road. The gravel pit operator wanted to remove up to 100,000 cubic meter in 5 years. Trepanier Manor removed this amount in 2 month !!!!
Is TM doing an excessive excavation ?? Judge for yourself.
Between the existing grade and proposed grade, 6 to 9 meter will be removed !!
The TableTop area is approx. 10000 square meter.
They removed 64000 cubic meter !!! (See May 12th Post)
(more with the add. excavation for the road and rest of homes)
It is equal the size of a Football Field covered with dirt 30 feet high !!
Hundreds of hours of heavy machines work and hundreds of trips by large trucks to bring the material to the front and back. That generates dust, noise, vibration, pollute our air with diesel exhaust and will contribute to soil erosion.
That is excessive and NOT appropriate for an Environment Sensitive Area and within the municipality of Peachland!!
The above photo is an old calculation – see Post May 12th for the new data …
The Concerned Citizens Coalition is an committee of concerned British Columbians who care deeply about the future of Peachland and the Environment. The coalition has initiated this website as a public service to inform British Columbians of what is actually happening around this Development.
This Blog is about the controversial Development Trepanier Manor now called Tabletop Mountain Resort in Peachland, BC: A Five Four Three Two One Star Hotel and twenty English country homes on a twenty-five acre mountaintop property in a rural area in Peachland.