Amendment to Land Use Bylaw 5700 to rezone the captioned parcel within the London Road Neighbourhood to facilitate the parcel's transition from low-density residential to mixed-use built form and allow a parking facility as a permitted use.
From: Public Building (P-B) and R-L (Low Density Residential)
To: Direct Control (DC)
What does this mean?
The parcel is currently zoned Public Building and Low Density Residential within the London Road Neighbourhood allowing residential uses.
The proposed Direct Control bylaw provides a list of permitted and discretionary uses and requirements to guide the parcel's transition from low-density residential built form to mixed-use built form.
Mixed–uses include both residential and commercial uses.
A parking facility is listed as a permitted use but it is not intended to function as a standalone use.
- The applicant is Doug McLaughlin.
The proposed amendment is in compliance with Land Use Bylaw 5700, the South Saskatchewan Regional Plan, and the Integrated Community Sustainability Plan/Municipal Development Plan.