DC2 67

Queen Mary Park - south west corner of 116 Street and 105 Avenue

Bylaw 8028 (November 12, 1985)

To provide a District to expand the range of uses on the former IH (Heavy Industrial) District, to include the following three additional use classes:

a. Private Educational
b. Community Recreational
c. Private Clubs

This district shall apply to:

a. Lots 102 and 103, Block 16, Plan 5665 C.L.
b. Lots 104 and 105, Block 16, Plan 820 M.C.


Located at the south west corner of 116 Street and 105 Avenue, Queen Mary Park, Hudson's Bay Reserve.



a. General Industrial Uses
b. Natural Resource Developments
c. General Contractor Services
d. Temporary Storage
e. Residential Sales Centre
f. Private Educational
g. Community Recreational
h. Private Clubs
a. The minimum site area shall be 1 ha (2.47 acres), except for developments existing on a site at the effective date of the application of this District.
b. The maximum floor area ratio shall be 2.0.
c. A minimum yard of 3 m (9.84 m) shall be required where any lot line of a site abuts a public roadway, other than a lane.
d. No parking, loading, storage, trash collection, outdoor service or display area shall be permitted within a required yard.
e. Notwithstanding Clause (c) above, the Development Officer may require a greater setback for those components of an industrial development which, in his opinion, may interfere with the safety or the amenity of developments upon abutting lands, having particular regard to any separation spaces required by Provincial regulations.
f. The maximum building height shall be 30 m (98.4 feet).
g. All developments shall comply with the Performance Standards of Section 73 for the IH district.
h. Residential Sales Centres shall be developed in accordance with Section 95 of the Land Use Bylaw.
i. Signs shall be allowed in this district in accordance with Schedule 79H and the general provisions of Section 79.1 to 79.9, inclusive, of the Land Use Bylaw.
j. Development in this District shall be evaluated with respect to compliance with the General Development Regulations of Section 50 to 79, inclusive, of the Land Use Bylaw. In this evaluation, the Development Officer may grant relaxations to the regulations contained in Sections 50 through 79, and the provision of this District if, in his opinion, such a variance would be in keeping with the General Purpose of this District and would not affect the privacy, amenities, use and enjoyment of neighbouring properties.
k. That a maximum of 30 parking stalls be required for any development within the Private Educational, Community Recreational, and Private Clubs Use Classes.

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