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Oliver - Lot 75, Block 12, Plan B, located mid block between 100 Avenue and 99 Avenue on the west side of 112 Street

Bylaw 7194 (March 22, 1983)

To provide a district for medium density multiple family housing, where some units may not be at grade, and to allow the use of the existing structure for Health Services.

This district shall apply to Lot 75, Block 12, Plan B, located mid block between 100 Avenue and 99 Avenue on the west side of 112 Street, Oliver

a. Stacked Row Housing, including Row Housing, Linked Housing, Semi-detached Housing and Duplex Housing;
b. Apartment Housing;
c. Single Detached Housing;
d. Homecrafts;
e. Offices-in-the-Home;
f. Group Homes;
g. Foster Homes;
h. Daytime Child Care Services;
i. Personal Service Shops and Convenience Retail Stores when designed as an integral and secondary component of a residential development consisting of 150 dwellings for more;
j. Religious Assembly; and
k. Health Services where developed within the structure existing on the site as of 1982 12 31.
a. The maximum density shall be 175 dwellings/ha (71 dwellings/ac.).
b. The maximum height shall not exceed 14 m (45.9 ft) nor four storeys.
c. The maximum total site coverage shall not exceed 60% for sites greater than 1350 m2 (14,531.3 sq. ft). For site 1350 m2 (14,531.3 sq. ft) or less, there shall be no maximum site coverage.
d. The minimum front yard shall be 6 m (19.7 ft) except that the minimum front yard may be reduced to 3 m (9.84 ft) at the discretion of the Development Officer, where Separation Space is provided in accordance with Section 58 of the Land Use Bylaw and where the windows and private outdoor amenity areas on the first storey front wall have been located, designed or screened so as to prevent overlooking by pedestrians into the dwelling.
e. The minimum rear yard shall be 7.5 m (24.6 ft) except that the minimum rear yard may be reduced to 1.2 m (3.94 ft) at the discretion of the Development Officer, where Separation Space is provided in accordance with Section 58 of the Land Use Bylaw and where the windows and private outdoor amenity areas on the first storey rear wall have been located or designed or screened so as to prevent overlooking by pedestrians into the dwelling.
f. Side yards shall be determined in the following manner:
 
i. a minimum side yard of 1 m (3.3 ft) for each storey or partial storey shall be provided;
ii. notwithstanding i), a total of at least 2 m (6.6 ft) shall be provided in all cases; and
iii. notwithstanding i) and ii), the minimum side yard may be reduced to 1.2 m (3.94 ft) at the discretion of the Development Officer, where separation space is provided in accordance with Section 58 of the Land Use Bylaw and where it can be determined by a sightline analysis that windows and private amenity areas on the side wall have been located, designed and/or screened to prevent overlooking by occupants of the site and adjacent properties.
g. Separation Space shall be provided in accordance with Section 58 of the Land Use Bylaw.
h. A minimum Private Outdoor Amenity Area at 15 m2 (161.5 sq. ft) per dwelling shall be provided.
i. Except for developments where all dwellings have frontage on a public roadway or those which contain less than 20 dwellings, a minimum of 2.5 m2 (26.9 sq. ft) of amenity area per dwelling, shall be provided and be developed as children's play space or other communal recreational space and be aggregated into areas of not less than 50 m2 (538 sq. ft.).
j. A minimum of 50% of all dwellings shall be Family-oriented, in accordance with Section 9, Clause (20) of the Land Use Bylaw.
k. Notwithstanding the regulations of this district, Single Detached Housing shall be developed in accordance with the provisions of the RF1 District.
l. Offices-in-the-Home shall be developed in accordance with Section 84 of the Land Use Bylaw.
m. Homecrafts shall be developed in accordance with Section 85 of the Land Use Bylaw.
n. The following regulations shall apply to Personal Service Shops and Convenience Retail Stores developments:
 
i. the total gross floor area of these uses on any site shall not exceed 275 m2 (2960 sq. ft.); and
ii. these uses shall not be permitted in any freestanding structure separate from a structure containing residential uses. Their principle entrance shall be a separate, outside entrance.
o. Group Homes shall be developed in accordance with Section 91 of the Land Use Bylaw.
p. Notwithstanding the minimum site area and minimum width provisions of this district, Religious Assembly uses shall be developed in accordance with Section 81 of the Land Use Bylaw.
q. Apartment Housing shall be family-oriented and where the principle access to exterior grade is shared by more than two dwellings, the number of dwellings in each building shall not exceed 12.
r. Daytime Child Care Services shall be developed in accordance with Section 93 of the Land Use Bylaw.
s. The Development Officer, in reviewing applications for Health Services uses within the existing structure, shall have regard for the following factors to ensure developments do not adversely affect the residential character of the street:
 
i. hours of operation;
ii. potential traffic generated by the use;
iii. any potential nuisance factors arising from the development; and
iv. any proposed modifications of the exterior of the building.
t. 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.
u. 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.

 

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