A planning application has been received for a proposed rezoning of properties between 10126-10142 122 Street NW.
The specific addresses are 10126 122 Street NW, 10130 122 Street NW, 10132 122 Street NW, 10136 122 Street NW, 10140 122 Street NW and 10142 122 Street NW.
About The Application
The proposed rezoning is from a Direct Development Control Provision (DC1) to a Site-Specific Development Control Provision (DC2).
The current zoning is a Direct Development Control Provision (DC1) which allows for low-density residential development that is of a scale and design that is complementary to the existing older low-density residential dwellings in the area. Conversions of older housing stock for commercial uses are also permitted.
allows for a medium-rise residential building with the following characteristics:
- A maximum height of 21 metres (6 storeys)
- A maximum density of 100 units
- A maximum Floor Area Ratio of 3.5
- Townhome units facing 122 Street NW; and
- Parkade access from the north-south lane
The Oliver Area Redevelopment Plan is in effect for this area. The following amendments are proposed to enable the proposed rezoning:
- The removal of this site from Map 3 (Major Plan Initiatives)—which encourages this site for the retention and conversion of older housing stock
- An amendment to Map 6 to reflect the proposed rezoning of this site from DC1 to DC2
- The removal of this site from Map 7 (Special Character Area); and
- The addition of a new policy into Section 5.5.1 that would allow for a mid-rise building at this location
Share Your Feedback
From December 13, 2021-January 9, 2022, feedback is being collected for this application through the City’s online virtual engagement tool. Feedback will be used to make sure the City's review of the application takes local context into consideration and is as complete as possible, as well as to help inform conversations with the applicant about potential revisions to address concerns or opportunities raised.
Feedback will also be summarized in the report for City Council so that they are aware of the public’s perspectives before making a decision at a future Public Hearing.