Application to change the zoning from “Residential Single Detached” (R.1B) Zone to a “Specialized Residential Semi-Detached D… Continue reading 209 to 11 Liverpool Street
The purpose of the proposed Zoning By-law Amendment is to add a home improvement retail warehouse establishment to the list of commercial uses already permitted at 129 Elmira Road South, lift the ‘Holding’ (H) from the subject property, modify the parking standard for a home improvement retail warehouse establishment use and other minor administrative adjustments to the zoning for 129 Elmira Road South.
The purpose of the proposed Zoning By-law amendment is to rezone the subject lands from the UR (Urban Reserve) Zone to the R.2-6 (Specialized Single Detached/Semi-Detached Residential) Zone. The effect of the application is to provide the appropriate zoning for the subject lands, which are City owned lands that formed a portion of the former Grange Road alignment, to facilitate the creation of three residential lots at the newly aligned intersection of Lee Street and Cityview Drive in combination with adjacent Future Development Blocks 20 to 22, Registered Plan 61M-37.
The purpose of the proposed Zoning By-law Amendment is to rezone the subject site from the current I.1 (Institutional – Educational, Spiritual and Other Services) Zone to an R.4A-? (Specialized Residential Apartment) Zone to permit the development of a six (6) storey, 81-unit apartment building.
The purpose of the proposed Zoning By-law Amendment application is to permit the standard Service Commercial uses on the entire property. Currently, a small portion of the subject property is zoned “Specialized Institutional” (I.1-7), Institutional (I.1) and the majority of the property is zoned “Specialized Service Commercial” (SC.1-29). The proposed Zoning By-law Amendment will place the property into one zone to provide flexibility for a future owner to develop the site for a variety of service commercial uses.
Proposed zoning amendment to rezone the subject site from the current R.1B (Single Detached Residential) Zone to the R.2 (Sem… Continue reading 223 Suffolk Street West
The purpose of the proposed Official Plan Amendment is to add two site specific policies to the Official Plan. The purpose of the proposed Zoning By-law Amendment is to add specialized service commercial uses to the subject lands.
The purpose of the proposed Official Plan amendment is to redesignate the subject lands from the current “General Residential” designation to the “Mixed Office Commercial” designation . The purpose of the proposed Zoning By-law Amendment is to rezone the subject lands from the current R.1B (Residential Single Detached) Zone to a specialized CR (Commercial-Residential) Zone.
The purpose of the proposed Zoning By-law Amendment is to rezone the subject site from the current R.1B (Single Detached Residential) and OR (Office-Residential) Zones to one specialized OR (Office-Residential) Zone to permit the development of an addition to the rear of the existing Office-Residential building at 360 Woolwich Street, containing eight (8) live/work apartment units.
The proposed Draft Plan of Residential Subdivision would subdivide the property to allow the creation of lots and blocks to accommodate 316 dwelling units.The proposed plan would create lots and blocks to accommodate single-detached, semi-detached, townhouse and apartment dwellings including the retention of the existing single-detached dwelling on the site. The plan also creates blocks for parkland, a storm water management facility, walkway/servicing and open space. The proposed Official Plan Amendment applies to the 1.02 hectare, Block 120 identified on the subdivision plan. The Amendment requests the addition of an exemption clause in Section 7.2.32 of the Official Plan, which would allow the net density of the lands at 132 Harts Lane to not exceed 150 units per hectare. The proposed Zoning Bylaw Amendment would rezone the lands to a variety of residential zones to implement the draft plan of subdivision.