DC2 1113

Yellowhead Corridor East - south side of 127th Avenue, between 90th and 93rd Streets

Charter Bylaw 19290 (May 12, 2020)

To allow for a limited range of commercial, light industrial, automotive and service uses that operate in such a manner that no nuisance factor is created or apparent outside an enclosed building with development regulation to ensure compatibility with surrounding land Uses.

Lots 7, 8, and 9, Block 60A, Plan 052 0041 totaling 1.21 hectares; located on the south side of 127th Avenue, between 90th and 93rd Streets, Yellowhead Corridor East, as shown on Schedule “A” of this Bylaw.

1. Automotive and Equipment Repair Shops
2. Automotive and Minor Recreation Vehicle Sales/Rentals
3. Business Support Services
4. Convenience Retail Stores
5. Convenience Vehicle Rentals
6. Equipment Rentals
7. General Industrial Uses, with the exception of those Uses which, due to their appearance, noise, odour, risk of toxic emissions, or fire and explosion hazards, are incompatible with residential, commercial, and other surrounding Uses
8. General Retail Stores
9. Health Services
10. Household Repair Services
11. Limited Contractor Services
12. Liquor Stores
13. Minor Service Stations
14. Personal Service Shops
15. Professional, Financial and Office Support Services
16. Rapid Drive-through Vehicle Services
17. Restaurants, for less than 240 m2 of Public Space
18. Specialty Food Services, for less than 120 m2 of Public Space
19. Temporary Storage
20. Warehouse Sales
21. Fascia On-premises Signs
22. Freestanding On-premises Signs
23. Minor Digital On-premises Off-premises Signs
24. Projecting On-premises Signs
25. Temporary On-premises Signs
1. Development of the Site shall be in general accordance with the Site Plan attached to this provision, as Appendix I, except that:
a. the Site Plan shall only apply at the time of development of new buildings.
2. The maximum Floor Area Ratio shall be 3.5.
3. The minimum Front Setback shall be 6.0 m. The installation of Landscaping, boulevard trees, sidewalk and street lighting within this Setback shall be in accordance with the approved SUB/02-0065 and the landscape/engineering drawings as attached to the Servicing Agreement C-352 to the satisfaction of the Development Officer in consultation with Subdivision and Development Coordination (Transportation).
4. A building Setback of 13.0 m shall be required from the Rear Lot Line adjacent to the Canadian National Railway Right-of-Way.
5. No parking, loading, storage, trash collection, outdoor service or display area shall be permitted within the Front Setback. Loading, storage and trash collection areas shall be located to the rear or sides of the principal building and shall be screened from view from any adjacent Sites, and public roadways in accordance with the regulations of the Zoning Bylaw, as amended.
6. All operations, mechanical equipment and storage, except for Automotive and Minor Recreational Vehicle Sales/Rentals, Convenience Vehicle Rentals, and Temporary Storage, shall be located within an enclosed building.
7. The orientation of overhead doors shall be directed to open away from the Front Lot Line.
8. The maximum building Height shall not exceed 10.0 m.
9. Any business premises or multiple occupancy building having a Floor Area greater than 3000 m2 or a single wall length greater than 25.0 m visible from a public roadway, shall comply with the following criteria:
a. The roof line and building Façade shall include design elements that reduce the perceived mass of the building and add architectural interest; and
b. Landscaping adjacent to exterior walls shall be used to minimize the perceived mass of the building and to create visual interest.
10. All mechanical equipment, including roof mechanical units, shall be concealed by screening in a manner compatible with the architectural character of the building or concealed by incorporating it within the building.
11. All buildings shall be constructed and finished with durable materials designed to maintain the initial appearance of the development throughout the life of the project. The Development Officer may require that the appearance of metal, or concrete block walls exposed to public view from beyond the Site be improved where such walls are inconsistent with the finishing materials or appearance characteristic of surrounding development.
12. Exterior light fixtures used shall prevent glare and minimize excessive lighting.
13. Signs shall comply with the regulations found in Schedule 59F of the Zoning Bylaw, as amended.
14. All display and storage areas visible from 127 Avenue shall have screen planting a minimum of 1.85 m in Height. The location, length, thickness and Height of such screen planting at maturity shall, in conjunction with a change in grade or other natural or man- made features, be sufficient to block the view from any Abutting Residential or Commercial Zone, or public roadway. If, in the opinion of the Development Officer, screen planting cannot reasonably be expected to survive, earth berming, masonry walls, wood Fencing or other man-made features may be permitted as a substitution.
15. Lighting for display areas shall be mounted on lamp standards and no exposed bulbs or string of lights shall be used.
1. A Development Permit for Temporary Storage shall only be permitted as a Temporary Development for a period up to five years, except that:
a. the Temporary Development Permit may be re-issued at the discretion of the Development Officer. Such discretion shall only be exercised if information is provided regarding the landowner’s timelines to redevelop the Site, to the Development Officer’s satisfaction.

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