Planning applications received by the City in the McConachie neighbourhood.

Proposed

1360 McConachie Boulevard NW and 17870 62A Street NW

A planning application (map) has been received for properties at 1360 McConachie Boulevard NW and 17870 62A Street NW.

The application proposes to rezone the properties from Planned Lot Residential Zone (RPL) to Residential Low-Density Zone (RLD).

Rezoning the properties from RPL to RLD would allow for a great range of low-density housing types with flexible lot sizes and widths.


Council Public Hearing Date: Tuesday August 18, 2020

Reference File Number: LDA20-0064

Planner: Email Marco Melfi or call 780-496-1582

17345 and 17515 66 Street NW

A planning application (map) has been received for properties at 17345 and 17515 66 Street NW. The application proposes to rezone the properties from Neighbourhood Convenience Commercial Zone (CNC) to Low Intensity Business Zone (CB1).

The proposed zoning would allow for the development of low-intensity commercial, office and service uses along arterial roadways that border residential areas. 

The proposed rezoning conforms with the McConachie Neighbourhood Structure Plan (NSP), which designates this site for local commercial development.


City Council Public Hearing Date: To be determined.

Reference File Number: LDA18-0231 

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

6210 167 Avenue NW and 980 McConachie Boulevard NW

A planning application (map) has been received for rezoning of a portion of 6210 167 Avenue NW and 980 McConachie Boulevard NW.

The application proposes to rezone the properties from Residential Small Lot Zone (RSL) and Public Parks Zone (AP) to:

The proposal conforms with the McConachie Neighbourhood Structure Plan, which designates the site for low-density residential and school/park uses.


City Council Public Hearing Date: February 26, 2018, Agenda Item 3.11, Bylaw 18302

Reference File Number: LDA17-0585 

Planner: Email Michelle Neilson or call 780-496-5672 for more information.