DC2 555

Central McDougall - north of 108 Avenue and east of 106 Street

Bylaw 12527 (March 14, 2001)

To provide a site specific development control district to accommodate the development of family orientated dwellings, which includes semi-detached, duplex and row housing with site specific development controls designed to ensure that the proposed development is integrated into the Central McDougall neighbourhood and meets the intent of the Prince of Wales Armoury Site Revised Community Objectives of the Central McDougall/Queen Mary Park Area Redevelopment Plan

This DC2 District shall apply to Lot 4, Block 4D, Plan 922 3379 and Lot 5, Block 4D, Plan 982 6358, containing 3.77 hectares, located north of 108 Avenue and east of 106 Street, Central McDougall, as shown on Schedule "A" Map appended to the Bylaw adopting this DC2 District.

a.Minor Home Occupations
b.Residential Sales Centre
c.Row Housing in buildings of up to 4 Dwellings
d.Semi-detached Housing
e.Single Detached Housing
a. The overall site development shall be in accordance with the criteria established herein and generally in accordance with the Prince of Wales Armoury Site Revised Community Objectives of the Central McDougall/Queen Mary Park Area Redevelopment Plan and the site development plan attached as Appendix I and to the satisfaction of the Development Officer
b. The Development Regulations in Section 160 of the Land Use Bylaw shall apply to all developments on this site, except as altered by Section 4 of this District.
c. The maximum number of dwellings shall not exceed 154.
d. The minimum setback from the property line abutting 108 Avenue and 106 Street shall be 4.5 m.
e. The minimum setbacks from the property lines abutting the north and east property lines shall be 2.0 m.
f. Children’s play space shall not be required because of the proximity of the community park.
g. The single detached housing may be developed without meeting the minimum requirements of the RF1 District.
h. Building facades shall include design elements, finishing materials and variations that will be sympathetic with the single detached housing in the neighbourhood.
i. To ensure that a high standard of appearance is achieved for this development, a detailed landscaping plan shall be completed to the satisfaction of the Development Officer. Fencing and interior landscape breakup of parking and peripheral landscaped areas shall be provided in the detailed landscaping plan.
j. A 1.8 m high uniform screen fencing shall be provided within the north and east property lines of this site.
k. The Development Officer shall require, as a condition of approval, that the applicant provide an irrevocable letter of credit, in the amount of 100% of the established landscaping costs, the conditions being that:
i. if the landscaping is not completed in accordance with the provisions of this District and the landscaping plan, within one growing season after the completion of the development, then the amount fixed shall be paid to the City, for its use absolutely; and
ii. the Development Officer shall not release the letter of credit until an inspection of the site has demonstrated that the landscaping has been well maintained and is in a healthy condition two growing seasons after completion of the landscaping
l. Signs shall be allowed in this District as provided for in Schedule 79B and in accordance with the general provisions of Section 79.1 and 79.9 inclusive of the Land Use Bylaw.

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