1131 Gordon Street ZC1606 The purpose of the proposed Zoning By-law Amendment is to rezone the subject site from the current… Continue reading 1131 Gordon Street
File number: ZC1606 Proposed Zoning Amendment to permit a mixed use building with 124 apartment units and site specific regul… Continue reading 671 Victoria Road North
File number ZC1604 Zoning By-law Amendment to rezone the subject site from the current CBD.1 (Central Business District) Zone… Continue reading 45 Yarmouth Street
File Number 23T-16501 and ZC1601 The proposed Draft Plan of Residential Subdivision would subdivide the property to allow the… Continue reading 46, 47 & 87 Hyland Road
The purpose of the proposed amendment is to rezone the northern portion of subject property (325 Gordon Street) from the R.1B (Residential Single Detached) Zone to a specialized Institutional: Educational, Spiritual, and Other Services (I.1-?) Zone. The applicant is proposing an adaptive reuse of the existing house on north portion of the subject lands for a Religious Establishment. Specifically, The Catholic Diocese of Hamilton is proposing to renovate the existing house at 325 Gordon Street into the ‘Newman Centre Guelph’ – a Religious Establishment intended to serve as a chaplaincy centre for students, faculty and staff of the University of Guelph. The applicant has further requested that a specialized maximum parking requirement of 15 off-street spaces apply for the re-use of the existing house at 325 Gordon Street as a Religious Establishment.
The purpose of the proposed Official Plan Amendment application is to increase the overall permitted GFA in the Paisley/Imperial Node by 4,400 m2 from 52,600 m2 to 57,000 m2. The purpose of the proposed Zoning By-law Amendment application is to increase the permitted GFA on the property municipally known as 963 to 1045 Paisley Road from 20,851m2 to 25,251 m2. If approved, the applications will allow for the development of the remaining phase of the West Hills Plaza (963 to 1045 Paisley Road).
492 Michener Road – Application to change the zoning from the current Specialized Highway Service Commercial (SC.2-1) Zone to the general Highway Service Commercial (SC.2) Zone
The purpose of the proposed Zoning By-law Amendment application is to rezone the subject lands from the current UR (Urban Reserve) Zone to the R.2-6 (Residential Semi-Detached/Duplex) Zone (see Schedule 2). The effect of the application is to permit the development of these blocks for nine (9) single detached dwellings and one (1) semi-detached dwelling. The proposed lotting pattern is illustrated in Schedule 3. In order to provide sufficient lot area and lot frontage for the proposed lots, the subject lands would be consolidated with Blocks 137, 138 and 139 within adjacent Draft Plan of Subdivision 23T-12501 at 55 and 75 Cityview Drive. An application to permit minor modifications to the lotting pattern of Draft Plan 23T-12501 has been submitted concurrently with this application.
The proposed application to modify Draft Plan of Subdivision 23T-12501 and related Zoning By-law Amendment application have been requested to permit minor modifications to the lotting pattern within the plan and to implement the associated zoning changes. The modified draft plan and zoning schedule that are proposed are included in Schedule 3. The modifications generally include the following: an increase in the number of single detached dwellings and corresponding reduction in semi-detached lots; a reduction in the size of the multiple residential block on the east side of Hallock Drive (Block 130) with the incorporation of on-street townhouses fronting on the south side of Hallock Drive; and a reduction in the size of Park Block 133 from 0.51 ha to 0.47 ha to accommodate slightly deeper single detached lots along the southerly frontage of MacAuley Street.
287 Waterloo Avenue The purpose of the proposed Zoning By-law Amendment is to permit office-residential uses in the existing… Continue reading 287 Waterloo Avenue
File Number ZC1509 The purpose of the proposed Zoning By-law Amendment is to rezone the subject site from the current R.1B (R… Continue reading 33 Arkell Road
The purpose of the proposed Zoning By-law Amendment is to change the zoning to permit a broader range of commercial uses on the property. The proposed Zoning By-law Amendment would change the zoning on the Site from the Specialized Service Commercial (SC.1-33) zone to the Specialized Community Commercial (CC-?) zone to provide flexibility for the future use of the site.
The purpose of the proposed Zoning By-law Amendment is to rezone the subject site from the current I.2-2 (Specialized University of Guelph and Guelph Correctional Centre) Zone to a modified I.2-? (Specialized University of Guelph and Guelph Correctional Centre) Zone to permit a Medical Clinic, Medical Office and Pharmacy as additional permitted uses.
The purpose of the proposed Official Plan and amend the land use designation of a portion of the subject lands from the current “General Residential” designation to the “Neighbourhood Commercial” designation. The purpose of the Zoning By-law Amendment is to rezone the subject site from the current “A” (Agricultural) Zone under the former Township of Puslinch Zoning By-law to a specialized R.4A (General Apartment) Zone for the residential block, and the NC (Neighbourhood Commercial) zone for the commercial block.
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 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.
Zoning amendment to allow the creation of mixed use development including retail commercial, service commercial and residential uses
Proposed Zoning Amendment to rezone the property from I.3 (Institutional) zone to R.4D (Residential Apartment) zone to permit… Continue reading 55 Delhi Street
Proposed Official Plan Amendment and Zoning By-law Amendment is to permit the development of 19 single detached dwelling units fronting on a private road.
Proposed Plan of Subdivision to create 261 Dwelling Units. Proposed Zoning Amendment to rezone subject lands from UR, FL and R.1 and R.2 Zones to R.3B-7, R.4A, P.1, P.2 and WL Zones
Redline revisions to approved Draft Plan of Subdivision, resulting in elimination of stormwater management facility and park and the redesign of the plan.
Proposed Zoning Amendment to rezone the property from existing Specialized A-2 (Agricultural) Zone (as described in the Township of Puslinch Zoning Bylaw), to a Specialized R.1A (Residential Single-Detached) Zone to apply to the existing residence and a Specialized R.3A (Residential Cluster Townhouse) Zone to apply to the balance of the subject property.
Zoning Amendment and Redline Amendment to 23T07056 to permit an overall increase in the number of residential dwelling units with reduced minimum lot areas and frontages, reduced minimum yards and increased maximum building coverage.
Proposed Official Plan Amendment to allow an apartment block development with an increased density and to redesignate a block of land for commercial mixed use development. Draft Plan of Subdivision that will include a total of 279 dwelling units (single detached, townhouse and apartment dwellings), a commercial/office/residential development, parks and open space and a community garden. Zoning Amendment to rezone the subject lands to permit the above described proposed land uses.
Proposed Zoning By-law amendment to permit a development containing 64 townhouse units and a small mixed-use building.
Proposed Draft Plan of Subdivision, Official Plan Amendment and Zoning By-law Amendment to permit the development of 136 residential units, consisting of 33 single detached dwellings, 36 townhouse units and 67 residential apartment units.
Application for Official Plan Amendment and Zoning Bylaw Amendment to permit a Community Shopping Centre Zone and a Cluster Townhouse Zone.
Application for subdivision and rezoning asks approval to allow a range of 204 to 227 dwelling units comprised of 38 on-street townhouses, 62 semi-detached dwellings and 104 to 127 single-detached dwellings.
Proposed modification of the existing zoning regulations to permit a revised development scheme with a greater floor area for the proposed mixed-use commercial project.