The parcel would be rezoned to exclude the landscaping requirements, the site plan, and the landscaping plan found in Bylaw 6177. Bylaw 6417 carries forward the currently allowed Uses and most of the development requirements.
The proposed rezoning would allow for the development of a supportive housing facility with 30 units as well as a medical office and pharmacy, and for delegation of development approval authority to the Development Authority.
This Bylaw amends bylaw 6296 the Clean Energy Improvement Tax Bylaw to remove annual caps on funding the program, allowing more property owners to have access to funding sooner. It does not change the overall program spending limit.
Rezoning the site to I-B and I-G will retain many of the same uses that are allowed under the existing DC bylaw while still allowing the proposed development, as well as the subdivision and consolidation of parcels to occur.
Civic Works Standing Policy Committee will be considering the amendment to the Watermark Outline Plan. The updated plan provides guidance on how land is used, serviced, and accessed to be more efficient and meet current market demands.