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    Charter Bylaw 18872
    To allow for a high rise residential building, Oliver
    Purpose
    Rezoning from DC1 and RA7 to RA9, located at 10236, 10238, 10244 and 10248
    Street NW.
    Readings
    Charter Bylaw 18872 is ready for three readings after the public
    held. If Council wishes to give three readings during a single meeting, Council must
    unanimously agree “That Charter Bylaw 18872 be considered for third reading.”
    Advertising and Signing
    This Charter Bylaw has been advertised in the Edmont
    2019, and November 30, 2019. The Charter Bylaw can be passed following third
    reading.
    Position of Administration
    Administration does not support this proposed Charter Bylaw.
    Report
    Charter Bylaw 18872 proposes to change the zonin
    Apartment Zone and a (DC1) Direct Development Control Provision (Sub Area 1
    Special Character Area) to the (RA9) High Rise Apartment Zone. The purpose of the
    proposed (RA9) High Rise Apartment Zone is to develop high rise reside
    that contain active residential or non
    the size of this site, this zone would allow for a building with the following
    characteristics:
    ● A maximum height of 69.0 m (approximately 20 to 23
    ● A maximum floor area ratio of 6.1; and
    ● Up to 308 residential dwellings.
    An amendment to the Oliver Area Redevelopment Plan (Bylaw 18871) is also
    proposed to facilitate this rezoning.
    Comments from civic departments and utility agencies have be
    City Council Public Hearing | DELEGATION - T. Ford
    Urban Form and Corporate Strategic Development CR_7243
    Charter Bylaw 18872
    To allow for a high rise residential building, Oliver
    Rezoning from DC1 and RA7 to RA9, located at 10236, 10238, 10244 and 10248
    Charter Bylaw 18872 is ready for three readings after the public hearing has been
    held. If Council wishes to give three readings during a single meeting, Council must
    unanimously agree “That Charter Bylaw 18872 be considered for third reading.”
    Advertising and Signing
    This Charter Bylaw has been advertised in the Edmonton Journal on November 22,
    and November 30, 2019. The Charter Bylaw can be passed following third
    Position of Administration
    Administration does not support this proposed Charter Bylaw.
    Charter Bylaw 18872 proposes to change the zoning from the (RA7) Low Rise
    Apartment Zone and a (DC1) Direct Development Control Provision (Sub Area 1
    Special Character Area) to the (RA9) High Rise Apartment Zone. The purpose of the
    proposed (RA9) High Rise Apartment Zone is to develop high rise reside
    that contain active residential or non-residential frontages at ground level. Based on
    the size of this site, this zone would allow for a building with the following
    A maximum height of 69.0 m (approximately 20 to 23 storeys);
    A maximum floor area ratio of 6.1; and
    Up to 308 residential dwellings.
    An amendment to the Oliver Area Redevelopment Plan (Bylaw 18871) is also
    proposed to facilitate this rezoning.
    Comments from civic departments and utility agencies have been addressed.
    3.
    9
    Rezoning from DC1 and RA7 to RA9, located at 10236, 10238, 10244 and 10248 - 123
    hearing has been
    held. If Council wishes to give three readings during a single meeting, Council must
    unanimously agree “That Charter Bylaw 18872 be considered for third reading.”
    on Journal on November 22,
    and November 30, 2019. The Charter Bylaw can be passed following third
    g from the (RA7) Low Rise
    Apartment Zone and a (DC1) Direct Development Control Provision (Sub Area 1 -
    Special Character Area) to the (RA9) High Rise Apartment Zone. The purpose of the
    proposed (RA9) High Rise Apartment Zone is to develop high rise residential buildings
    residential frontages at ground level. Based on
    the size of this site, this zone would allow for a building with the following
    storeys);
    An amendment to the Oliver Area Redevelopment Plan (Bylaw 18871) is also
    en addressed.
    .
    Charter Bylaw 18872
    Page 2 of 2
    Public Engagement
    Advance notice was sent to surrounding property owners and the president of the
    Oliver Community League on February 26, 2019. Due to an expansion of the
    proposed rezoning area, a revised notice was sent to surrounding
    the president of the Oliver Community League on July 24, 2019. On September 26,
    2019, Administration met with the applicant and representatives from the Oliver
    Community League to share details and discuss the application.
    The Oliver Community League has written a letter of non
    This letter and all other responses received to the notices are summarized in the
    attached Administration Report.
    Attachments
    1. Charter Bylaw 18872
    2. Administration Report (a
    otice was sent to surrounding property owners and the president of the
    Oliver Community League on February 26, 2019. Due to an expansion of the
    proposed rezoning area, a revised notice was sent to surrounding property owners and
    the president of the Oliver Community League on July 24, 2019. On September 26,
    2019, Administration met with the applicant and representatives from the Oliver
    Community League to share details and discuss the application.
    Community League has written a letter of non-support for this application.
    This letter and all other responses received to the notices are summarized in the
    attached Administration Report.
    Charter Bylaw 18872
    Administration Report (attached to Bylaw 18871 – Item 3.


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  • #2
    good to see the administration does NOT support this.

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    • #3
      Why?


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      • #4
        I love the idea of this project as a resident of Oliver. More density really leads to more restaurants and businesses being feasible in the area, and hopefully increased transit service.

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        • #5
          "Tower people" are relegated to the busy streets. Got it. I should fly them to the West End in Vancouver.
          Live and love... your neighbourhood.

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