This application was refused by City Council at a Public Hearing on June 28, 2017. Consult the(Item 5.1) for details.
An artist’s drawing of the proposed development
A Land Development Application was received for land at 9918 111 Street NW and 9922 111 Street NW, on sites currently occupied by two single detached houses, one of which has been converted to a commercial building.
This application included a rezoning and an amendment to the Oliver Area Redevelopment Plan.
The proposal was for a building approximately 30 storeys in height.
Reference File Number: LDA16-0540
The Application Details
This application proposed to rezone land at 9918 111 Street NW and 9922 111 Street NW fromto a .
The application also proposed to amend the Oliver Area Redevelopment Plan to allow high-rise buildings in this area. Currently, only row housing, stacked row housing and low-rise apartments are permitted, according to the plan.
Key Features of the Proposal
The proposed development would allow for a high-rise residential building, approximately 30 storeys in height. Other features include:
- Floor Area Ratio of 14.5
- Maximum number of 165 dwellings
- Approximately 175 parking spaces for residents and visitors
- Parking accessed from the lane
- Minimum of 55 bicycle parking spaces
For a complete list of regulations and uses, please see the Draft DC2 Provision.
Technical Reports Under Review
Studies were provided by the applicant to support this rezoning.
|Report Name||Purpose of Report||Consultant|
|Phase I Environmental Site Assessment||Identify any areas of environmental concern in the plan area.||Venture Engineering Consultants|
|Sun Shadow Impact Study||Evaluate the shadow on the surrounding area in 3D space in the plan area.||Chris Dikeakos Architect|
|Transportation Impact Assessment (TIA)||Identify expected traffic activity and traffic control required on the roads and parking impacts in the plan area.||Stantec Consulting|
|Qualitative Pedestrian Level Wind Assessment||Identify the wind impacts on pedestrian comfort from the proposed development.||Gradient Wind Engineering|
|Storm and Sanitary Servicing
|Identifies existing inventory of existing storm and sanitary outlets from the site and the capacity of the downstream combined sewer system||Stantec Consulting|
|Geotechnical Report||Identifies subsurface and groundwater conditions of the site, and the suitability of the site for the required engineering related to the proposed development.||Geopacific Consultants Ltd.|