DC2 991

Lendrum Place - north of 60 Avenue NW

Bylaw 18324 (March 19, 2018)

To allow for 2 (two) six storey apartment buildings fronting 60 Avenue, in scale with surrounding development.

This provision shall apply to Lot 1A, Block 18, Plan 1024711, located north of 60 Avenue NW, as shown on Schedule “A” of the Bylaw adopting this DC2 Provision, Lendrum Place.

a. Apartment Housing
b. Child Care Services
c. Convenience Retail Stores
d. Group Homes
e. Health Services
f. Limited Group Homes
g. Lodging Houses
h. Minor Home Based Business
i. Non-Accessory Parking
j. Personal Service Shops
k. Residential Sales Centre
l. Specialty Food Stores
m. Urban Gardens
n. Fascia On-premises Signs
o. Freestanding On-premises Signs
p. Projecting On-premises Signs
q. Temporary On-premises Signs
a. Development shall be in general accordance with Appendices A, B, C, and D, accompanying this Provision.
b. The maximum Density shall be 126 Dwelling Units.
c. The maximum Floor Area Ratio shall be 2.5.
d. The maximum Site coverage shall be 50%.
e. The maximum Height shall be 24 m.
f. The minimum Front Setback shall be 6.0 m, and the maximum shall be 8.0m.
g. The minimum Rear Setback shall be 7.5 m.
h. The minimum Side Setback shall be 4.0 m.
i. The minimum separation distance between buildings within the site shall be 4.5 m.
j. Separation Space shall be provided in accordance with the Zoning Bylaw, except that it shall not be required where side walls of abutting buildings face each other and habitable windows are not located directly opposite each other, such that privacy in not impacted.
k. A minimum Amenity Area of 7.5 m2 per Dwelling shall be provided, including a minimum 240 m2 outdoor Common Amenity Area between the buildings.
l. Non-Residential uses or Non-Residential related uses shall not exceed a combined 400 m2 of gross floor area.
a. Vehicular parking shall be provided in accordance with Section 54.2, Schedule 1(C) of the Zoning Bylaw.
b. All vehicular parking shall be provided underground, with the exception of a maximum of 13 vehicular parking stalls which may be provided at grade to the rear (north) of the site, as generally shown on Appendix A.
c. Notwithstanding Section 5.a, Accessory vehicular parking may be reduced with the submission of a Parking Impact Assessment justifying the reduction to the satisfaction of the Development Officer in consultation with Subdivision and Development Coordination.
d. If a variance to Accessory parking is granted under Section 5.c, Non-Accessory parking may be provided up to a number of stalls equal to the maximum permitted parking stalls under Section 5.a, minus those required under Section 5.c, to the satisfaction of the Development Officer in consultation with Subdivision and Development Coordination.
e. Vehicular access for parking shall only be provided from the adjacent lane north of the development.
f. Notwithstanding Section 54, no loading space is required.
g. A minimum of 0.5 secure bicycle parking stalls per Dwelling shall be provided.
h. The driveway ramp must be at grade at the property line and must not exceed a slope of 10% for the distance of 5 m inside the property line.
i. Any proposed retaining walls bordering the underground driveway/parkade ramp must not exceed a height of 0.3 m for a distance of 3 m from the property line and no portion of the wall may encroach onto road right-of-way.
j. Loading, storage, and garbage collection areas shall be secured and concealed from view from adjacent sites and public roadways. The waste collection area shall be located within the building and be designed to the satisfaction of the Development Officer in consultation with Waste Management and Subdivision and Development Coordination.
a. Notwithstanding Section 55 of the Zoning Bylaw, a detailed Landscape Plan for the Site, including all existing and proposed utilities within the road right-of-way must be prepared by a registered AALA Landscape Architect and submitted for review and approval by the Development Officer, prior to the issuance of any Development Permit.
b. The Landscape Plan shall include pavement materials, sizes and species of new tree plantings, details of any proposed rooftop landscaping and outdoor Amenity Areas and other Landscaping elements as applicable.
c. Landscaping on the Site shall use plant materials that provide colour throughout the year to enhance the appearance of the development during the cold weather months.
d. A minimum 2.0 m wide Publically-accessible, hard-surfaced pedestrian walkway with lighting shall be provided through the site between 60 Avenue NW and the lane north of the site, as generally indicated on Appendix A. A Public Access Easement guaranteeing 24-hour a day access by the public to the walkway shall be registered on title prior to the issuance of any development permit.
a. The buildings shall be stepped back to reduce the height and massing of the buildings along 60 Avenue NW, in general accordance with the Appendices, to the satisfaction of the Development Officer.
b. The exterior of the building shall be finished with high-quality, durable materials that wrap around the building to provide a consistent profile.
c. A Lighting Plan shall be provided to ensure a safe and well-lit environment for pedestrians, to the satisfaction of the Development Officer.
d. Decorative and security lighting shall be designed and finished in a manner consistent with the design and finishing of the development and shall be provided to ensure a well-lit environment for pedestrians, to the satisfaction of the Development Officer.
e. Night-time light pollution shall be reduced by avoiding over-illumination of the development and use low cut-off exterior lighting fixtures which direct light downward, not upward and outward to ensure illumination does not extend beyond the boundaries of the development site.
f. All mechanical equipment shall be screened from public view in a way that is consistent with the character and finishing of the development, or be concealed by incorporating it within the building.
g. Building facades shall be designed with detail and articulation to create attractive streetscapes and interfaces. Building facades shall be articulated through means which may include the use of recessed entrances, entrance features, windows, projections, change in building materials, colours, and/or physical breaks in the building mass.
h. Entrances to buildings shall be distinct and prominent.

Bylaw attachments