NELSON, B.C. – Granite Pointe Golf Club has called a public meeting on Wednesday, July 17 to discuss development plans.

The club declined to comment further but did confirm that the meeting will contain information relating to property development.
Word about the meeting has spread to neighbours living around Rosemont – and some are concerned.
“If it is a density of condominiums, that land up there is more conducive to more single-family dwellings, because that is what exists already around the neighbourhood. That is something that needs to be looked at, I think”, neighbour Bruce Coyle says.

In an interview with Nelson Star earlier this summer, Barry Auliffe, the previous president of Granite Pointe, revealed plans to sell a 15-acre parcel of land.
The sale could see 300 residential units built in Rosemont.