Planning applications received by the City in the Central McDougall neighbourhood.

Proposed

10806 106 Street NW

planning application (map) has been received for a property at 10806 106 Street NW.

The application proposes to rezone the property from the Single Detached Residential Zone (RF1) to the Row Housing Zone (RF5).

The proposed rezoning to the Row Housing Zone (RF5) would allow residential development in the form of multi-unit housing (row housing). 

An associated application has been made to amend the Central McDougall/Queen Mary Park Area Redevelopment Plan (ARP) to align with the rezoning.


Council Public Hearing Date: Tuesday July 5, 2022

Reference File Number: LDA22-0093

Planner: Email Marty Vasquez or call 780-495-1948 for more information

10831, 10835, 10837 and 10839 107 Street NW

planning application (map) has been received for properties at 10831, 10835, 10837 and 10839 107 Street NW.

The application proposes to rezone the properties from Single Detached Residential Zone (RF1) to a Site-Specific Development Control Provision (DC2). The rezoning would allow for the development of residential housing in the form of row housing with the following characteristics: 

  • A maximum height of 10.5 meters
  • Up to 13 dwellings total
  • A maximum combined floor area ratio of 2.0; and
  • On-site parking to be accessed from the rear lane

An associated application has been made to amend the Central McDougall/Queen Mary Park Area Redevelopment Plan (ARP) to update maps to enable and reflect the proposed rezoning.

Share Your Feedback

From May 3-16, 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 prior to making a decision at a future Public Hearing.


Council Public Hearing Date: Tuesday August 16, 2022

Reference File Number: LDA21-0080

Planner: Email Marty Vasquez or call 780-495-1948

Village at ICE District

A planning application is being processed for the area north of Rogers Place arena, generally between 105 Avenue and 106 Avenue, and from 102 Street to 104 Street. This application is comprised of a rezoning and an amendment to the Central McDougall/Queen Mary Park Area Redevelopment Plan.

The proposed rezoning would allow for the development of a high-density, mixed-use area with residential units, retail, and commercial space.

Thank You For Your Feedback

Edmontonians were invited to share their feedback on the proposed rezoning and plan amendment from April 4 to 24, 2022, via the City’s online Engaged Edmonton platform.  

There was also an opportunity for the public to provide feedback via the Engaged Edmonton page on how to spend $150,000 allocated towards the creation of a public amenity within the Central McDougall neighbourhood. The City received this money from the landowner of the proposed rezoning site as the result of negotiations on a previous application, which allowed for some land north of Rogers Place to be used as a temporary surface parking lot.

What We Heard Report


City Council Public Hearing Date: Tuesday August 16, 2022

Reference File Number: LDA19-0253

Planner: Email Andrew McLellan or call 780-496-2939 for more information.

Approved

11018 108 Street NW

planning application (map) has been received for a property at 11018 108 Street NW.

The application proposes to rezone the property from the Single Detached Residential Zone (RF1) to the Low-Rise Apartment Zone (RA7).

The proposed RA7 Zone would allow for a 16-metre high (approximately 4 storeys) residential apartment building with limited commercial opportunities at ground level, such as child care services, general retail stores, and specialty food services.

An associated application has been made to amend the Central McDougall/Queen Mary Park Area Redevelopment Plan (ARP) to update maps to enable and reflect the proposed rezoning.

Share Your Feedback

From January 31-February 21, 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 prior to making a decision at a future Public Hearing.


Council Approval Date: May 10, 2022

Reference File Number: LDA21-0484

Planner: Email Jordan McArthur or call 780-496-2622 for more information

Rezoning of properties near 105 Avenue NW between 101 Street NW and 115 Street NW

planning application (map) has been made to rezone properties near 105 Avenue NW between 101 Street NW and 115 Street NW.

The specific street addresses are:

  • 10112, 10118, 10230, 10404, 10502, 11203, 11235, 11355, 11403, 11425 and 11505 105 Avenue NW
  • 10319 and 10405 106 Avenue NW, 10546, 10550, 10572, 10576 and 10576 101 Street NW
  • 10550, 10524, 10530 and 10570 102 Street NW
  • 10516, 10546, 10554, 10560, 10572, 10578 and 10584 103 Street NW
  • 10525, 10530, 10530, 10530, 10537, 10545, 10580 and 10582 104 Street NW
  • 10508, 10542, 10560 and 10572 105 Street NW; and
  • 10545, 10551, 10567, 10575, 10589 106 Street NW

The application proposes to change the zoning for these properties from Direct Development Control Provision (DC1) to a Direct Development Control Provision (DC1)

The purpose of the  proposed DC1 is to revise the existing DC1 provisions for two areas (Area 1- Precinct C and Area 3- Precinct E) in the Central McDougall and Queen Mary Park neighbourhoods near 105 Avenue NW. 

The existing DC1 provisions for these properties include a regulation that limits the development of any new commercial uses to the lower floors of a residential apartment building. This means that existing buildings are not able to be repurposed for a different commercial use. The proposed rezoning will add a regulation which would allow for the commercial use of existing commercial buildings.
Minor revisions to update Zoning Bylaw references are also proposed.


City Council Approval Date: August 31, 2021

Reference File Number: LDA21-0168

Planner: Email Heather Vander Hoek or call 780-423-7495 for more information.