Public Hearing Not Being Held
Two items: 808 Royal Avenue and 376 Keary Street
Zoning amendment bylaw no. 8416, 2023 for 808 royal avenue
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Douglas College has submitted Rezoning and Special Development Permit applications to develop a 20-storey academic and student housing building at 808 Royal Avenue. A total of 11 storeys of academic space plus 244 student housing units are proposed.
The development would provide 54 off-street parking stalls and 105 long-term and 18 short-term bicycle parking spaces. Students and staff would also have access to the College’s existing off-site parking facilities. The project is targeting LEED Gold certification and Rick Hansen Foundation Accessibility Certification Gold, and the housing component is proposed to meet Step 4 of the BC Energy Step Code.
The proposal would rezone the properties from Downtown Mixed Use Districts (C-4) to a site-specific, Comprehensive Development District (808 Royal Avenue) (CD-101).
The rezoning application is consistent with the Official Community Plan, and in accordance with sections 464(2) and 467 of the Local Government Act, the Corporation of the City of New Westminster will not hold a public hearing on Zoning Amendment Bylaw No. 8416, 2023.
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zoning amendment bylaw no. 8404, 2023 for 376 keary street
A Rezoning application has been received to allow construction of a duplex at 376 Keary Street. The proposed side-by-side, ground-oriented residential units would have an overall Floor Space Ratio (FSR) of 0.61. Both of the proposed units would be family-friendly, containing three bedrooms. Secondary suites would not be permitted. Two resident off-street parking spaces are proposed at the rear of the site, accessed via the lane.
The application proposes to rezone the property from Single Detached Residential Districts (RS-1) to a site-specific Comprehensive Development District (376 Keary Street) (CD-102) to facilitate the project. The rezoning application is consistent with the Official Community Plan, and in accordance with sections 464(2) and 467 of the Local Government Act, the Corporation of the City of New Westminster will not hold a public hearing on Zoning Amendment Bylaw No. 8404, 2023.
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