Located in Yaliciftlik, overlooking the bay and gulf of Gokova, The Reserve is the perfect combination of comfort, style and luxury. This thoughtfully curated integrated development with transport hub features a blend of 1- to 5-bedroom luxury residences, serviced residences, retail and public spaces.
The Reserve offers a beautiful living environment with spacious floor plans, quality finishes and resort-style amenities. The 1.3 mile walking trails, state-of-the-art fitness center and pool are just a few of the many reasons to call Heron Reserve your home.
A lack of adequate on-reserve housing has serious repercussions for the health and well-being of Aboriginal peoples across Canada. The high birth rate on reserves combined with the slow pace of new home construction leads to extreme overcrowding and a shortage of homes that meet the needs of growing families. Furthermore, the typical remote location of reserves restricts opportunities for education, employment and access to other services. And government rights-of-way, such as power transmission lines and railways, often intersect reserve lands, further limiting usable space.
As a result, many First Nations prefer to live off-reserve. This preference is evident in the fact that, nationally, incomes for on-reserve North American Indians are lower than those of their off-reserve counterparts. The reason for this is complex, but it is clear that discriminatory legislation such as the Indian Act and assimilationist programs like residential schools created enduring hardships for Indigenous peoples that have not yet been fully overcome.reserve residences