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220 Mountain Highway & 1515-1555 Oxford Street
TPL Developments Oxford General Partnership has applied to redevelop this property.
The application as submitted proposes:
- 140 market rental and 6 non-market rental apartments in a six-storey residential building
- 101 parking spaces (including two for car share) in an underground parkade and at grade
July 20, 2020 — Council early input opportunity
The application was presented to Council to give them an opportunity to provide early input. Council directed staff to proceed with the application process.
January 31, 2019 — Public information meeting
The applicant hosted a public information, which we require as part of the application process. A public information meeting is your chance to learn more about the proposal and share your views.
December, 2018 — Detailed application received
Staff have received the detailed application, and are currently reviewing it.
December, 2017 — Preliminary application completed
Staff have completed their review of the preliminary application. If the applicant wishes to proceed with this project, the next step is to submit a detailed application.
June 28, 2017 — Early public input opportunity
The applicant hosted a public meeting as an opportunity for area residents to learn more about the proposal and share their comments.
April 12, 2017 — Preliminary application received
Staff received the application and started reviewing it.
Additional proposal details
The site is currently occupied by six single-family homes. Phibbs Exchange is located to the east.
Current land use designation
The Official Community Plan (OCP) designates this site as Residential Level 6: Medium Density Apartment (RES6).
If the project proceeds, it will require rezoning and an OCP ammendment. It will also require a development permit for:
- Form and character of commercial, industrial, and multi-family development
- Energy and water conservation and greenhouse gas emission reduction
- Creek hazard
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