DC2 497

Meadowlark Park - west of 156 Street and south of Meadowlark Road

Bylaw 11962 (March 8, 1999)

To establish a Site Specific Development Control District to accommodate a limited range of medium density residential and related uses and to establish site development criteria that will ensure compatibility with surrounding residential, commercial and institutional development and transportation infrastructure.

This DC5 District shall apply to Lot A, Block 10, Plan 5505MC and Closed Portion of 90 Avenue (Plan 6151 KS), located west of 156 Street and south of Meadowlark Road, Meadowlark Park, as shown on Schedule "A" appended to the Bylaw adopting this DC5 District.

a. Apartment Housing
b. Child Care Services
c. Home Occupations, Major
d. Home Occupations, Minor
e. Non-accessory Parking
f. Personal Service Shops and Convenience Retail Stores when designed as an integral and secondary component of a residential development
g. Residential Sales Centre
h. Stacked Row Housing including Row Housing and Linked Housing

Development in this District shall be sited generally in accordance with the site development plan attached as Appendix 1 and in conformance with the requirements of Sections 210.4 and 210.5 of the Land Use Bylaw except for the following criteria:

a. Minimum landscaped yards shall be provided as follows:
i. 6.0 m along the boundary abutting the Meadowlark Shopping Centre site;
ii. 7.5 m along 156 Street where the yard abuts the building and 0.75 m along 156 Street where the yard abuts the on site parking areas; and
iii. 4.5 m along Meadowlark Road and the closed portion of 90 Avenue where the yard abuts the building and 0.75 m where the yard abuts the on site parking areas;
b. Notwithstanding Section 210.4(1) of the Land Use Bylaw, the maximum number of residential units shall be 252 units;
c. A 1.83 m uniform screen fence shall be provided along all property lines using a design, colour and materials to the satisfaction of the Development Officer;
d. In locations where the fence line stops or changes direction, a tiered reduction in height may be used to ease the visual transition and to ensure adequate sight lines for traffic movements;
e. Minimum landscaping treatment shall consist of one tree for each 30 m2 and one shrub for each 15 m2 of required yard at grade;
f. To ensure that a high standard of appearance and a sensitive transition to the surrounding land uses are achieved, detailed landscaping plans showing yard and site interior landscaping, will be submitted with the initial Development Permit Application for approval by the Development Officer that, in the opinion of the Development Officer, comply with the landscaping requirements specified in clauses 4 c) through 4 e) of this District;
g. The design, materials and exterior colours of the development shall be to the satisfaction of the Development Officer;
h. Trash collection areas shall be screened from view from any adjacent site or public roadway;
i. Signs shall be allowed in this District in accordance with Schedule 79B and the general provisions of Sections 79.1 to 79.9, inclusive, of the Land Use Bylaw; and
j. Non-accessory parking shall be located at the northern edge of the site, within the closed 90 Avenue, to provide parking for uses located north of the site.

Bylaw attachments