BATHURST PLANNING ADVISORY COMMITTEE NOTICE OF A PUBLIC MEETING
September 6th, 2018
BATHURST PLANNING ADVISORY COMMITTEE
NOTICE OF A PUBLIC MEETING
Tuesday, September 11, 2018 at 5:15 PM
COUNCIL CHAMBERS, CITY HALL
150 ST. GEORGE STREET
PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Planning Advisory Committee will be considering the following applications at its next regular meeting.
40 Youghall Drive : Investments Madisco Inc, has made an application to develop the third phase of their residential development. The property in question is zoned Integrated Development (ID). The proposed use is permitted subject to such terms and conditions as may be imposed by the Planning Advisory Committee.
548 King Avenue: Groupe Roy Consultants Ltée has made an application to build a detached garage 28 feet by 50 feet (1280 square feet). The total square area of accessory building will be 1280 square feet. The property is designated General Commercial zone. The Zoning By-Law states that “in a Commercial zone the total square area of accessory buildings may occupy up to 8 percent of the lot area, to a maximum of 1076 square feet”, creating a variance of 204 square feet +/- over the total square feet of accessory buildings permitted. The proposed two-story garage will be approximately 22 feet in height. The zoning by-law states that “all Accessory Buildings shall be limited to one story in height and be no higher or larger in area than main building”, creating a variance of one story. The required set-back from the street lot line for the accessory building in a General Commercial zone is 20 feet. The applicant wishes to build the garage 6 feet from Burns Drive, creating a variance of 14 +/- for the street lot line set-back.
Anyone wishing to make a presentation before the Committee in regards to this application is invited to inform the Planning Department before 4:00 p.m. on Tuesday, July 31, 2018 at 548-0404. The Planning Advisory Committee will meet at City Hall at 5:15 pm, Tuesday, July 31, 2018 to consider written objections to the proposed land use. Anyone wishing to address the Committee on the written objections may do so at that time.