DC2 607

Glenwood - 100 Avenue and east of 167 Street

Bylaw 13277 (April 9, 2003)

To accommodate apartment housing in accordance with the 100 Avenue Planning Study with site development regulations that will ensure compatibility with adjacent land uses.

Lot 30, Block 6, Plan 972 3514, located at 100 Avenue and east of 167 Street, Glenwood, as shown on the Schedule B Map of this Bylaw adopting this provision.

a.Apartment Housing, including an accessory administration office
b.Minor Home Based Business
c.Fascia On-premises Signs
d.Projecting On-premises Signs
a. All development shall be in accordance with the site plan contained in Appendix 1.
b. Prior to issuance of any development permit, the applicant and/or owner shall provide proof satisfactory to the Development Officer in consultation with Alberta Environment and the Capital Health Authority that if necessary, the lands have been remediated to allow the intended use.
c. The maximum number of Dwellings shall be 78.
d. The maximum Height shall not exceed 14.0 m, nor 4 storeys, except for two architectural tower features which shall not exceed 18.0 m and shall be clearly visible from 100 Avenue.
e. A minimum landscaped Yard of 6.0 m shall be provided from the property line adjacent to 100 Avenue and the property line adjacent to 167 Street with the exception of the northwest corner where the building shall be set back 3.8 m as shown on the site plan. The landscaped Yard shall contain a planting of three deciduous trees (minimum 8.0 cm caliper), two coniferous trees (minimum 3.0 m height) and ten shrubs, for each 15 m of frontage. Additional landscaping shall be provided at the corner adjacent to 167 Street and 100 Avenue.
f. A minimum building Setback of 5.48 m shall be provided from the east property line.
g. A minimum building Setback of 21.6 m shall be provided from the south property line. A landscaped Yard a minimum of 2.0 m in depth shall be provided adjacent to the south property line of the Site. Landscaping as per Section 55.4 of the Zoning Bylaw is required in this yard.
h. The accessory administration office use shall be limited to the main floor and not exceed 200 m2 and be limited to the use of an on site caregiver for patrons/ residents only.
i. If the units are designed for handicapped use, the parking requirement shall be for a minimum of 67 parking spaces on site including four handicapped and visitor parking spaces. If the units are not designed for handicapped use, then parking shall be provided to meet the requirements of Section 54.2 of the Zoning Bylaw. Parking areas shall be landscaped in accordance with Section 55.4 of the Zoning Bylaw.
j. A 1.8 m high wood screen fence shall be required along the south property line.
k. Development shall comply with the following architectural guidelines:
i. All exterior finish materials must be of good quality, durable and attractive in appearance with consistent treatment on all faces of a building. No painted and/or scored concrete block construction will be permitted on any building façade;
ii. The roof-line and building facade shall include design elements and variations that reduce the perceived mass of the building and add architectural interest;
iii. The exterior wall finishing materials shall be predominantly comprised of light earth tone or muted colours, and consist of brick, pre-cast concrete, textured concrete, stone, glazing or stucco, with pre-finished metal or wood limited to use as an accent;
iv. The finishing treatment of exterior walls shall be consistent on all building faces.
l. A minimum Amenity Area of 7.5 m2 per Dwelling shall be provided.
m. Signs shall comply with the regulations found in Schedule 59B of the Zoning Bylaw.
n. Separation Space shall be provided in accordance with Section 48 of the Zoning Bylaw but shall not be required to exceed permitted yard dimensions.

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