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Rodgers Creek Area 4 Development
The District has received three applications from British Pacific Properties (BPP) for various lots within Area 4 of the Rodgers Creek Neighbourhood. Rodgers Creek Area 4 is part of the Mulgrave neighbourhood and is bounded by Area 3 East and Mulgrave School to the east, Area 3 West to the north, Cypress Bowl Road to the South, and Westmount Creek to the west.
Development Permit No. 16-003: 2992 to 3032 Burfield Place (Lots 1 to 8 Area 4)
Council considered the application at the April 4, 2016 Council Meeting and approved Rodgers Creek Area 4.
Development Permit No. 15-012: Lot 36 (14-unit apartment building)
This proposed Development Permit would regulate the form and character of a 6-storey, 14-unit apartment building. No variances to the Zoning Bylaw are proposed.
Council approved this application on July 27, 2015.
Development Variance Permit No. 14-036: Lots 22 to 35 (Site Variances)
This Development Variance Permit would allow for certain specific variances to the Zoning Bylaw relating to building envelopes, front yard setbacks, building height and highest building face. The purpose of the variance requests is to allow for house designs that are more sympathetic with the topography. Similar variances were granted for past Rodgers Creek Areas and incorporated within Development Permits, however, the applicant wishes to proceed with site servicing (i.e. road construction and other infrastructure works).
Development Permit No. 14-037: Lots 1 to 8 (the ‘Duplex Lots’)
This Development Permit would see the regulation of the form and character of residential development and allow for Zoning Bylaw variances relating to building height, highest building face and front yard setbacks. This permit would allow for four buildings containing eight semi-detached (duplex) units.
Development Permit No. 14-038: Lots 16 to 21 (the ‘Compact Lots’)
This Development Permit would see the regulation of the form and character of residential development and allow for Zoning Bylaw variances relating to building height, highest building face and building setbacks. The proposal is for six single detached dwellings on six lots.
Council approved Development Permit No. 14-036, 14-037 and 14-038 at the May 25, 2015 Council Meeting.
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