DC2 250

Oliver - 10183-87 - 112 Street

Bylaw 9848 (July 16, 1991)

To establish a Site Specific Development Control District to accommodate medium intensity office developments consistent with the regulations of the former CO (Commercial Office) District, and to allow the use of the existing structure for conversion to Religious Assembly uses, with development regulations designed to ensure the existing and future developments will be compatible with surrounding uses.

This DC5 Application shall apply to Lots 101 and 102, Block 11, Plan B4, located at 10183-87 - 112 Street, Oliver, Hudson's Bay Reserve.

a. Business Support Services
b. Commercial Schools
c. Health Services
d. Major and Minor Alcohol Sales
e. Minor and Major Eating and Drinking Establishments
f. Professional, Financial and Office Support Services
g. Minor Amusement Establishments
h. Convenience Retail Stores
i. General Retail Stores
j. Hotels
k. Indoor Participant Recreation Services
l. Personal Service Shops
m. Non-accessory Parking
n. Funeral Services
o. Broadcasting and Motion Picture Studios
p. Apartment Hotels
q. Daytime Child Care Services
r. Religious Assembly, restricted to conversion of a portion of the development existing at the time of adoption of this Bylaw
s. Private Clubs
a. Notwithstanding the Development Criteria otherwise contained in this Clause 4, the conversion of development to Religious Assembly shall be subject to the following Development Criteria:
i. there shall be no expansion or exterior alteration of the building existing on the site of the time of adoption of this bylaw, as a result of such conversion;
ii. the maximum gross floor area used for Religious Assembly shall not exceed 557.4 m (6,000 square feet);
iii. the maximum seating spaces shall not exceed 75; and
iv. the level of activity resulting from the use should not be an intrusion into the general commercial appearance of the block, nor should it generate traffic of parking in excess of the capacity of adjacent public roadways.
b. The maximum floor area ratio shall be 4.0.
c. A minimum yard of 4.5 m (14.76 ft.) shall be required where a site abuts a public roadway, other than a lane or the site abuts the lot line of a site in a Residential District except:
i. where adjacent commercial buildings abut the property line to form a pedestrian-oriented shopping street, no yard shall be required; and
ii. where there is no vehicular access to the site from the public roadway, the minimum yard shall be not less than 3 m (9.84 ft.).
d. In addition to the yard requirements in Clause (c) above, the Development Officer may require an additional setback for that portion of any development which exceeds 14 m (45.93 ft.) in height in order to protect the privacy of development in any adjacent Residential District. The Development Officer shall not require a total setback greater than the height of the buildings.
e. No parking, loading, trash collection, outdoor service or display area shall be permitted within a required yard. Loading, storage and trash collection areas shall be located to the rear or sides of the principal building and shall be screened from view adjacent sites and public roadways or light rail transit lines in accordance with the provisions of Section 69.3 of the Land Use Bylaw. If the rear or sides of a site are used for parking, an outdoor service or display area, or both, and abut a Residential District or a lane servicing a Residential District, they shall be screened in accordance with the provisions of Section 69.3 of the Land Use Bylaw.
f. The maximum building height shall not exceed 23 m (75.45 ft.) nor six (6) storeys, except that the Development Officer may, at his discretion, allow a greater height not to exceed a maximum of 40 m (131.23 ft.) nor 10 storeys where, in his opinion, this would not adversely affect the privacy and amenity of development in any adjacent Residential District.
g. Signs shall be allowed in this district in accordance with Schedule 79F and the general provisions of Section 79.1 to 79.9 inclusive of the Land Use Bylaw.
h. Development in this District shall be evaluated with respect to compliance with the General Development Regulations of Sections 5079 inclusive of the Land Use Bylaw.
i. The Development Officer may grant relaxations to Sections 50-79 of the Land Use Bylaw and the provisions of the District, if, in his opinion, such a variance would be in keeping with the general purpose of this District and would not affect the amenities, use and enjoyment of the neighbouring properties.
j. Major and Minor Alcohol Sales shall be developed in accordance with Section 98 of the Land Use Bylaw.

Bylaw attachments