DC2 816

York - north of 137 Avenue NW and east of 66 Street NW

Bylaw 16128 (June 18, 2012)

To facilitate disposal of surplus City of Edmonton property, consisting of the land and building of the former Londonderry Police Station.  Redevelopment will be to medium density residential use similar and compatible to development to the north and east.

Lot 5, Block 9A, Plan 062 7891, as shown on Schedule ”A” attached to this Bylaw adopting this DC2 Provision, York.

a.Apartment Housing
b.Minor Home Based Business
c.Residential Sales Centre
d.Religious Assembly
e.Fascia on Premises Signs
f.Projecting on Premises Signs
g.Temporary on Premises signs
a.Development on this site shall be generally in accordance with the following regulations and site plan illustrated in Appendix I of this Bylaw and the elevation drawings shown as Appendices II and III.
b.The maximum number of units shall be 79 units.
c.Maximum building height shall be 20.0 m (66’-10”) or 5 storeys with lofts.
d.A building setback of 4.5 m shall be provided adjacent to the west, north and east property lines with outdoor amenity areas encroaching no more than 0.6 m into setbacks.
e.A building setback of 4.6 m shall be required from the existing parking lot line.
f.Landscaped yards corresponding to the building setback shall be provided to the west, north and east property lines.
g.A detailed Landscape Plan shall be submitted in accordance with Section 55 of the Zoning Bylaw prior to the approval of any development. This plan shall include fencing details, exterior lighting and street furniture elements, pedestrian seating areas, size and type of new plantings and soil depths for the entire Site and including special treatment to clearly delineate public access to any outdoor amenity areas.
h.A minimum private Amenity Area of 7.5 m2 per Dwelling shall be provided.
i.A public Amenity Area measuring approximately 65 m2 and including, but not limited to interlocking pavers complete with a trellis and 3 benches, shall be provided , as shown on the site plan attached as Appendix I to this Bylaw.
j.The underground driveway ramp shall be at grade at the property line and shall have a maximum slope of 6% for the first 4.5 m and a maximum slope of 17% for an additional 4.5 m.
k.Signs shall comply with the regulations found in Schedule 59B.
a.All development shall be required to comply with, but are not limited to, the following architectural guidelines, to the satisfaction of the Development Officer:
b.Architectural treatments such as canopies, variation and building form, facades, varying heights and roof lines and a variety of materials are encouraged for the building to create visual interest and to minimize perceived mass.
c.The use of exterior wall finishing material shall be of high environmental quality and be harmonious with the architectural style established for the area and shall be predominantly proposed of muted colors with strong colors limited to use as an accent.
d.Exterior finish treatment on all sides of the building shall be consistent with one material predominant for the exterior finish of each side.
e.The Development Officer shall require the submission of Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) assessment prepared by a qualified security consultant for the development on the subject site. The Development Officer shall advise applicants of the approved crime prevention design guidelines contained in the Design Guide for a Safer City, such as the layout and design of buildings and associated parking and loading areas, yards and landscaped areas, to promote a safe, well-lit physical environment.
a.Development on this site shall be generally in accordance with the following Regulations and Site Plan illustrated in Appendix IV of this Bylaw.
b.The Religious Assembly Use shall be contained within the existing building on the Site formerly used as the Londonderry Police Station, as shown in Appendix IV.
c.The maximum building Height shall be 20.0m. The Height exemptions of Section 52.1 and 52.2 of the Zoning Bylaw do not apply. Any addition related to building Height shall be limited to a religious-related feature such as a dome, minaret, cross, etc, and shall not include additional Floor Area.
d.The existing building footprint shall not be expanded. Only minor alterations to the building façade, such as general maintenance, shall be allowed.
e.All Landscaping on the site shall be in accordance with Appendix IV.
f.Signs shall comply with the Regulations found in Schedule 59C.
a.Underground and surface parking shall be provided in accordance with Section 54 of the Zoning Bylaw.
b.Bicycle parking shall be provided in accordance with Section 54.3 of the Zoning Bylaw.
c.The existing access easement must be maintained to allow for the continued right-in/right-out access to 137 Avenue from the subject site and the site located immediately west of the parcel.
d.Trash collection areas shall be screened from view from public roadways.
e.Appropriate lighting of any building and the Site shall be undertaken to provide a safe, adequately lit environment.

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