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905-959 Premier Street
Council approved the rezoning and development application for this project on March 12, 2018.
This project includes 17 three-storey townhomes with 35 parking spaces.
Current status and progress updates
March 12, 2018 — Development permit issued
Council voted to adopt the related bylaws and issue a development permit for this application.
June 26, 2017 — Second and third reading
This application was returned to Council, with the recommendation that it receive second and third reading. The staff report with recommendations is in the 'related documents and web pages' tab.
June 13, 2017 — Public hearing
This application was presented at a public hearing at District Hall. A public hearing is your chance to speak to Council if you feel your interest in property will be affected by the application. The staff report and presentation are in the 'related documents and web pages' tab.
May 29, 2017 — First reading at Council
This application was introduced to Council with the recommendation that it receive first reading. The staff report with recommendation is available in the 'related documents and web pages' tab.
October 28, 2016 — Detailed application received
Staff received the detailed application, and started reviewing it.
September 12, 2015 — Preliminary application completed
Staff 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.
May 5, 2015 — Preliminary application received
Staff received the preliminary application and started reviewing it.
Additional proposal details, including site plan and overview
The development site consists of four single-family homes.
Current land use designation
The land is currently designated RES3: Attached Residential in the Official Community Plan (OCP).
If the application proceeds, it will require rezoning. 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 reductions
- Creek hazard
The proposal includes improved connection to Digger Park.
Related documents and web pages
June 26, 2017 — Second and Third Reading
June 13, 2017 — Public Hearing
May 29, 2017 — First Reading at Council
Related web pages
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