MONDAY, DECEMBER 07, 2020 AT 6:00 PM
Meeting to be held electronically under Ministerial Order No. M192
Heritage Revitalization Agreement Bylaw No. 8239, 2020 (HER00744) and Heritage
Designation Bylaw No. 8240, 2020 for 631 Second Street (HER00745)
WHAT ARE THESE BYLAWs ABOUT?
An application has been received to subdivide this corner property through a Heritage Revitalization Agreement. The property would be divided into two 279.40 square metres (3007.5 square feet) lots. The existing house facing Second Street would be moved closer to the street and a new house would be built at the rear to face Seventh Avenue. Both houses would be larger than otherwise permitted, with a density of 0.66 floor space ratio (FSR) for the existing house and 0.64 FSR for the new house. The existing house would include a secondary suite and the new house would be built “suite ready” for the future. Off-street parking spaces would be provided to meet the Zoning Bylaw minimum, accessed from a shared driveway. Four Zoning Bylaw relaxations are proposed: smaller lot size, increased density, parking in the front yard of the heritage house, and larger attached accessory area (to accommodate proposed bicycle storage). In exchange for these Zoning relaxations, the existing house would be restored and legally protected with a Heritage Designation Bylaw.
HOW DO I GET MORE INFORMATION?
From November 23 to December 07, 2020, read the bylaw and related material at Legislative Services, City Hall and online at: