An application has been received to facilitate a six-unit residential development through a Heritage Revitalization Agreement. The house on the front of the site would become a duplex (with a rental suite in one of the units) and a three unit townhouse would be built at the rear of the site. The other house currently on the site would be relocated or demolished. The agreement would permit Zoning Bylaw relaxations for greater overall floor space ratio (density), smaller front yard and courtyard setbacks for the townhouse, and a reduction of two parking spaces (visitor and rental unit). In exchange for these Zoning relaxations, the 1883 house would be fully restored and protection through a Heritage Designation Bylaw.
For more detailed drawings, view the reports available under Development Process, below.
There are multiple opportunities for the public to provide feedback through the application review process. The process typically includes applicant-led consultation, review by City committees and City-led consultation. The review process is iterative and revisions are considered, based on consultation feedback, throughout the process.
Open Engagement Opportunity
The applicant is currently seeking feedback on the proposed project until August 31, 2020. To provide feedback, visit elizabethhunterhouse.ca.
More information will be posted here when it is available and notice will be provided as per the Interim Development Review Process.
Heritage Revitalization Agreement (HER00737)
Heritage Alteration Permit (HER00738)
Heritage Designation Bylaw (HER00739)
Heritage Register Listing (HER00740)
To learn more about the different tools for heritage protection and development, please click here.
January 27, 2020: Land Use and Planning Committee Review
March 4, 2020: Community Heritage Commission Review
August 1 - 31, 2020: Applicant-led Consultation
Upcoming: City-led Consultation
Upcoming: Council consideration of approval
This application is being reviewed using an interim development review process during the COVID-19 pandemic. Click here to learn more.
Last updated: May 29, 2020