DC2 810

Oliver - located west of 116 Street and north of 100 Avenue

Bylaw 15960 (December 12, 2011)

To accommodate a limited amount of ground floor, low intensity commercial development in a high rise residential building.

The provision shall apply to Lots 4 to 8, Block 16, Plan B3; located west of 116 Street and north of 100 Avenue in Oliver, as shown in Schedule ”A” of this Bylaw adopting this Provision.

a.Apartment Housing
b.Business Support Services
c.Child Care Services
d.Convenience Retail Stores
e.Limited Group Homes
f.Health Services
g.Minor Home Based Business
h.Major Home Based Business
i.Minor Impact Utility Services
j.Personal Service Shops
k.Professional, Financial, and Office Support Services
l.Specialty Food Services, for a maximum seating of 40 occupants and 48 m2 of Public Space
m.Stacked Row Housing
n.Fascia On-premises Signs
o.Freestanding On-premises Signs, limited to project identification, building construction identification and real estate advertising signs of a limited duration
p.Temporary Signs, excluding portable signs
a. Notwithstanding Section 720.3 (2) of the Zoning Bylaw, no Site Plan is appended to this Provision.
b. The maximum Floor Area Ratio shall be 3.0.
c. The maximum Height shall not exceed 45 m nor 15 storeys.
d. When redevelopment of the site occurs, all vehicular access shall be from the abutting lane.
e. Commercial uses shall not be in any freestanding structure separate from a structure containing residential uses, and shall not be developed above the lowest storey. The total gross floor area of any individual non-residential use shall not exceed 149 m2.
f. All other standards for siting, setbacks, landscaping, amenity areas and building design will be determined for individual applications on the basis of an evaluation of the following development criteria by the Development Officer. Specifically, individual developments shall:
i. prevent, as much as possible, the blocking of views of the River Valley for the surrounding existing developments; a view impact study shall be submitted with the application;
ii. indicate the shadowing impact of the proposed buildings on sunlight penetration for surrounding existing developments;
iii. ensure articulation of design elements, especially on the lower floors in keeping with an environment that is more closely related to pedestrian protection and pedestrian scale;
iv. be physically compatible with adjacent developments with respect to finish, texture and building design treatment; and
v. indicate the impact of the proposal on soil stability and drainage where development is adjacent to the River Valley.
g. All exterior trash collection areas shall be screened from view in accordance with Section 55 of the Zoning Bylaw.
h. Notwithstanding other regulations in this District:
i. Minor Home Based Businesses shall be developed in accordance with Section 74 of the Zoning Bylaw.
ii. Major Home Based Businesses shall be developed in accordance with Section 75 of the Zoning Bylaw.
iii. Child Care Services shall be developed in accordance with Section 80 of Zoning Bylaw.
a. Outdoor lighting shall be located and arranged so that no direct rays of light are directed at adjacent residential properties. Exterior lighting shall provide a safe physical environment in accordance with Section 58 of the Zoning Bylaw.
b. Parking shall be in accordance with Section 54 of the Zoning Bylaw, except where applicable, as modified by the provisions of this Section.
i. The minimum number of vehicle parking spaces required is 96. Of that, 12 parking spaces shall be provided for non-residential uses; 84, for Residential uses.
ii. A minimum of 10 exterior bicycle parking spaces, designated for non-residential uses, will be located and designed in accordance with the provisions of subsection 54.3.
c. Sign types permitted by this Provision may be allowed in accordance with Schedule 59B and in accordance with the General Provisions of Section 59 of the Zoning Bylaw.
i. Notwithstanding Schedule 59B of the Zoning Bylaw, Fascia On-Premise Signs shall be allowed for each frontage of a business premises.
ii. Projecting Signs shall be oriented so that no excessive light is directed onto any adjacent Residential uses.
d. Off-street Vehicular Loading Facilities are not required.

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