The City of Edmonton accepted this application on June 2, 2017. City Council approved the application on June 25, 2018. There were public engagement activities associated with this application.
The Application Proposal
A planning application has been approved for land at 8307 109 Street NW, on the site of the former Knox Metropolitan United Church. This application includes a rezoning and amendments to the 109 Street Corridor Area Redevelopment Plan.
The proposal was for a building approximately eight to nine storeys in height, with townhouse style units facing 83 Avenue NW and Commercial Uses facing 109 Street NW.
The proposed development would be on the northeast corner of 109 Street NW and 83 Avenue NW, on the site of the former Knox Metropolitan United Church.
Key Features of the Proposal
This application proposed to rezone land at 8307 109 Street NW fromto .
The proposed development will allow for a mixed use building, approximately eight to nine storeys in height, with townhouse style units facing 83 Avenue, and commercial uses facing 109 Street. Other features include:
- Maximum height of 31.0 metres
- Floor Area Ratio of 4.0
- Maximum number of 172 dwellings
- Parking accessed from the lane
The application also proposed to amend the 109 Street Area Redevelopment Plan to allow for an eight to nine-storey building. Currently, only four-storey buildings are permitted.
For a complete list of regulations and uses, please see the Draft Site Specific Development (DC2) Provision.
Technical Reports Under Review
Preliminary studies have been provided by the applicant to support this rezoning.
|Report Name||Purpose of Report||Consultant|
|Environmental Overview||Identify any areas of environmental concern in the plan area.||Nichols Environmental (Canada) Ltd.|
|Sun Shadow Impact Study||Evaluate the shadow on the surrounding area in 3D space in the plan area.||Der and Associates Architecture|
|Transportation Impact Assessment (TIA) and Parking Impact Assessment (PIA)||Identify expected traffic activity, parking impacts and traffic control required on the roads in the plan area.||Bunt & Associates|
|Wind Impact Statement||Identify the wind effects the proposed development will have on pedestrian comfort.||Gradient Wind Engineering Inc.|