Planning applications received by the City in the Potter Greens neighbourhood.

There are no current planning applications in the Potter Greens neighbourhood.


1069 Webber Greens Drive NW

planning application (map) has been approved for portions of a property at 1069 Webber Greens Drive NW.

The application has 2 components: a rezoning of portions of the property, and a plan amendment to the Potter Greens Neighbourhood Structure Plan (NSP).

Part 1 of the rezoning component proposes to rezone a portion of the property from the Row Housing Zone (RF5) to the Low-Rise Apartment Zone (RA7).

The  NSP amendment proposes to change the designation of land currently zoned Row Housing Zone (RF5) from Medium-Density Residential (Town Houses) to Medium-Density Residential (Low-Rise Apartment) in support of the proposed rezoning from RF5 to RA7. 

The proposed NSP amendment has been revised to replacing the requirement for the unbuilt portion of Potter Greens Drive with a modified cross-section instead of a collector roadway.  The modified cross-section will accommodate two-lane traffic and active modes and will be constructed with the development of neighbouring lands through the subdivision process.  A revised  Transportation Review prepared by Bunt & Associates was submitted for review by City Transportation.

The proposed rezoning also includes rezoning a portion of the property from Urban Reserve Zone (AGU) to Public Parks Zone (AP) for land designated as a School/Park as indicated in the Potter Greens Neighbourhood Structure Plan.

The Edmonton Catholic School Board declared this site as surplus to their needs, and it was subsequently claimed by the Conseil scolaire Centre-Nord. The City's Open Space Strategy group advises that "Until funding for the school is confirmed, the site will remain in its natural state and the tree stand will be retained. If school development occurs, attempts to retain the tree stand where possible will be made, in conjunction with the detailed design review and requirements for the school park site."

Thank You for Your Feedback

Edmontonians were invited to share their feedback on this proposed rezoning through the City’s online virtual engagement tool from September 20 to October 12, 2021. Input from Edmontonians will be used to ensure the review of the application takes local context into consideration and is as complete as possible. Feedback will also be summarized in the report to City Council when the proposed rezoning goes to a future City Council Public Hearing for a decision.

What We Heard Report

Council Public Hearing Date: November 1, 2022

Reference File Number: LDA21-0059

Planner: Email Cyndie Prpich or call 780-944-0115 for more information