DC2 596

CPR Irvine - east of 102 Street and south of 80 Avenue

Bylaw 12884 (September 17, 2002)

The purpose of this Provision is to provide for the development of a Medium Rise Apartment in a manner responsive to the site conditions adjacent to a railroad shunt yard.

This provision shall apply to Parcels A and B, Plan 4232 CL, located east of 102 Street and south of 80 Avenue, as shown on Schedule "A" annexed to the Bylaw adopting this provision, CPR Irvine.

a.Apartment Housing
b.Minor Home Based Business
c.Residential Sales Centre
d.Fascia On-premises Signs
e.Projecting On-premises Signs
a. Site layout and the architectural character of the development shall be generally in accordance with Appendix I and 2. respectively.
b. The maximum Density shall be 217 units
c. The maximum Floor Area Ratio shall be 2.0.
d. The maximum Building Height shall not exceed 23.0 m nor five Storeys, as determined by the Development Officer based on predevelopment site grade.
e. The minimum required Yard shall be 6.0 m abutting 80 Avenue and 101 Street.
f. The minimum required Yard shall be 15.0 m abutting 79 Avenue and abutting 102 Street. In addition to the standard landscaping requirements of the Zoning Bylaw, this yard shall provide screening and noise attenuation in the form of a 2.0 m high berm with a 2.0 m high solid screen fence. The design of the required fence shall be articulated to achieve an interesting design and shall be constructed of a durable material weighing not less than 20 kg per square metre of surface area.
g. Separation Space shall be provided in accordance with Section 48 of Bylaw 12800.
h. A minimum Amenity Area of 7.5 m2 per Dwelling shall be provided.
i. To ensure that a high standard of appearance and a sensitive transition to the surrounding land uses are achieved, detailed landscaping plans shall be submitted to the Development Officer at the time of application for the Development Permit.
j. No outdoor parking, trash collection nor outdoor storage areas shall be permitted within a required yard. Loading, trash collection and service areas shall be located, constructed and screened to the satisfaction of the Development Officer.
k. Any exterior lighting of the site shall be designed so that the lighting is directed away from adjacent development and the intensity of illumination shall not extend beyond the boundaries of the site.
l. Signs shall comply with the regulations found in Schedule 59B of the Edmonton Zoning Bylaw.
m. Construction standards shall be enhanced to achieve indoor ambient noise levels and vibration levels in accordance with Canadian Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC) guidelines which identify maximum acceptable levels of noise as:
i. 35 decibels for bedrooms;
ii. 40 decibels for living, dining, or recreation rooms;
iii. 45 decibels for kitchens, bathrooms, hallways or utility rooms; and
iv. 55 decibels for outdoor recreation areas.
n. Documentation of the building upgrades and construction details shall be submitted to the Development Officer at the time of application for the Development Permit. Said documentation must clearly identify the measures taken to reduce indoor ambient noise levels and indoor vibration levels. Such measures are to include, but not be limited to, any combination of:
i. A reduction of the number and size of window openings along the southern and western facades of the building;
ii. A reduction of the number, or the acoustical shielding, of ventilation or other openings along the southern and western facades and roof slopes of the building; or
iii. The utilization of window, door and other construction materials and/or practices that maximize acoustical damping effects.
o. Off-street vehicular shall be provided in accordance with the Zoning Bylaw, with the minimum required number of parking spaces for residents being provided wholly within the underground parkade.

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