A Bylaw to amend "The Corporation of Oelta Official Community Plan Bylaw No. 3950, 1985 JJ

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1 THE CORPORA non OF DELTA Attachment A Page 1 of 2 BYLAW NO A Bylaw to amend "The Corporation of Oelta Official Community Plan Bylaw No. 3950, 1985 JJ WHEREAS the Council of The Corporation of Delta has adopted an Official Community Plan pursuant to Section 876 of the Local Government Act: NOW THEREFORE, the Municipal Council of The Corporation of Delta in open meeting assembled, ENACTS AS FOLLOWS: 1. This Bylaw may be cited for all purposes as ''The Corporation of Delta Official Community Plan Bylaw No. 3950, 1985 Amendment ( B.C. Ltd. LU005993) Bylaw No. 6930, 2011 ". 2. "The Corporation of Delta Official Community Plan Bylaw No. 3950, 1985", as amended, is hereby further amended by changing the land use designation in the North Delta Future Land Use Plan in Schedule C.1 from Mixed-Use (North Delta) 1 (MU(ND)1) to Mixed-Use (North Delta) 4 (MU(ND)4) for the lands marked "Subject Property" on Schedule to this bylaw. READ A FRST TME the day of,2011. READ A SECOND TME the day of, PUBLC HEARNG HELD the day of, READ A THRD TME the day of,2011. FNALLY CONSDERED AND ADOPTED the day of,2011. Lois E. Jackson Mayor Angila Bains Municipal Clerk

2 Bylaw No Attachment A Page 2 of 2 1,/ L : -+i t Subject Property \ (J) a N.. >. Q) L L 0 en... _"">.... (3 i 80 AVE r 1 ) (J) /! Ol..... J J - 79AAVE r!!! T ; 0 som. S"A This is Schedule to "The Corporation of Delta Official Community Plan Bylaw No. 3950, 1985 Amendment ( B.C. Ltd. - LU005993) Bylaw No. 6930, 2011 ". Parcel dentifier: Lot 498, Section 25, Township 4, New Westminster District Plan G Current Development\S LAWS NUMERCAL\69JO ocp lu doc

3 Attachment B Page 1 of 2 THE CORPORATON OF DELTA BYLAW NO A Bylaw to authorize the Municipal Council under the provision of Section 930(2) of the Local Government Act, to discharge a Land Use Contract WHEREAS Land Use Contract LU was entered into between The Corporation of Delta and Botham Holdings Ltd., and filed in the Land Title Office, New Westminster, British Columbia, on the 5 th day of May, 1977 under No. N44321; AND WHEREAS the owners of the land which is subject to the said Land Use Contract have requested that the said Land Use Contract be discharged as against: Parcel dentifier: Lot 498, Section 25, Township 4 New Westminster District Plan NOW THEREFORE the Council of The Corporation of Delta, in open meeting assembled, ENACTS AS FOLLOWS: 1. This Bylaw may be cited for all purposes as "Delta ( BC Ltd. - LU005993) Land Use Contract Discharge Bylaw No. 6931,2011". 2. The Land Use Contract between The Corporation of Delta and Botham Holdings Ltd. registered in the New Westminster Land Title Office under No. N44321 is hereby discharged as against: Parcel denti'fier: Lot 498, Section 25, Township 4, New Westminster District Plan 53095

4 Corporation of Delta thereto. READ A FRST time the READ A SECOND time the PUBLC HEARNG held the READ A THRD time the day of,2011. day of,2011. day of,2011. day of,2011. FNALLY CONSDERED AND ADOPTED the day of,2011. Lois E. Jackson Mayor Angila Bains Municipal Clerk GCurrent DevelopmentlSYLAWS NUMERCALl693 ' LlJC Discharge LU doc

5 Attachment C Page 'j of 7 THE CORPORATON OF DELTA BYLAW NO A Bylaw to amend the "Delta Zoning Bylaw No. 2750, 1977" The Municipal Council of The Corporation of Delta in open meeting assembled, ENACTS AS FOLLOWS: 1. This bylaw may be cited for all purposes as "Delta Zoning Bylaw No. 2750, 1977 Amendment (C.D BC Ltd. - LU005993) Bylaw No. 6932, 2011". 2. "Delta Zoning Bylaw No. 2750, 1977" as amended is hereby further amended by: (a) inserting "399 Delta Zoning Bylaw No. 2750, 1977 Amendment (C.D BC Ltd. - LU005993) Bylaw No. 6932, 2011" in the correct numerical order in the LST OF COMPREHENSVE DEVELOPMENT BYLAWS in Part VillA; and (b) inserting the following zone in numerical order in Part VillA: "C.D. 399 ZONE: COMPREHENSVE DEVELOPMENT ZONE NO Permitted Uses: Subject to the General Regulations of Part V for Residential Zones and Part V for Commercial Zones, the following uses and no other uses shall be pe rill itted: 1.1 Principal Uses: Mixed-Use Development For the purposes of this zone, a Mixed-Use Development means a multiple unit building or buildings which must include: (a) (b) (c) 'Dwelling, Apartment Building' ndoor amenity space; and One or more of the following non-residential uses provided that no form of drive-through services or operations is permitted: (i) (ii) 'Child Care/Preschool Facility' 'Community Services'

6 Attachment C Page 2 of 7 Bylaw No (iii) (iv) (v) (vi) (vii) (viii) (ix) (x) (xi) (xii) (xiii) (xiv) (xv) (xvi) Dress Maker 'Drug Store' Eating and Drinking Establishments, excluding banquet hall or banquet facility 'Education and Related Services' Furniture Upholstery Repair Grooming and Clipping of 'Household Pets', excluding the Boarding thereof Household Appliance Repair Laundromat 'Office Operation' 'Personal Services' 'Pharmacy' 'Polyclinic' 'Retail Trade' Seniors Recreation Centre 1.2 Accessory Permitted Uses: (a) (b) 'Home Occupation' accessory to 'Dwelling, Apartment Building' The keeping of 'Household Pets' accessory to 'Dwelling, Apartment Building' Notwithstanding Section 1.1 and Section 1.2 of this zone, the dispensing of methadone is not permitted. 2. Setbacks: The minimum setbacks for a principal building and an accessory structure shall be: Principal Building Accessory Structure Setback Front (South): 2.1 metres 12.0 metres Setback Rear (North): 7.5 metres 1.5 metres Setback Side (West): 7.5 metres 1.0 metres Setback Side (East): 7.5 metres 1.0 metres Notwithstanding the above minimum setbacks, canopies of the principal building below the second storey may encroach into the required setbacks to a maximum of 1.5 metres, and underground parking exit stairwells may encroach into the required setback areas.

7 Attachment C Page 3 of 7 Bylaw No Height of Structure: Principal Building Accessory Structure (a) Maximum Number of 'Storeys' above 'Underground Parking ': Density: (b) Maximum 'Height': 16.5 metres 3.75 metres The maximum density shall be: (a) (b) Maximum Number of Dwelling Units: 131 Maximum 'Floor Space Ratio' : Site Coverage: Maximum site coverage shall not exceed 45%. 6. Minimum Lot Size for Subdivision : (a) Subdivision under the Land Title Act or Bare Land Strata Regulation under the Strata Property Act: Lot Area: 5,500 m 2 Lot Frontage: 78 metres Lot Depth: 70 metres. (b) Subdivision under the Strata Property Act other than Bare Land Strata: Lot Area: 7. Off-Street Parking and Loading Requirements: A minimum of 215 parking stalls shall be provided and shall include: (a) (b) 159 underground parking stalls for residential uses with at least three stalls designated for physically handicapped parking; 7 at-grade parking stalls exclusively for non-residential uses with at least one stall designated for physically handicapped parking;

8 Attachrnent C Page 4 of 7 Bylaw No (c) (d) 49 underground parking stalls for visitors and for non-residential uses with at least one stall designated for physically handicapped parking; and One at-grade loading space. Off-street parking and loading shall be provided, developed, and maintained in accordance with Sections 409, 410, and 411 and Part X Off-Street Parking Regulations of this bylaw. 8. Other Regulations: (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) ndoor Amenity Space: The minimum floor area for the indoor amenity space specified in Subsection 1.1 (b) of this zone shall be 400 m 2, of which a minimum of 230 m 2 shall be provided for the exclusive use of the residents of the apartment building. Location of Permitted Non-Residential Uses: The uses listed under Subsection 1.1 (c) of this zone shall only be located on the ground floor. Commercial Floor Area: The maximum floor area for commercial uses permitted in Subsection 1.1 (c) of this zone shall be 490 m 2. Landscaping and Screening: The balance of the site which is not occupied by buildings, parking areas, driveways and pedestrian ways shall be landscaped and maintained in good condition at all times. Fencing: With the exception of the front setback area of a parcel, a "fence" 1.8 metres in height shall be providec along the remaining portions of a parcel which adjoins an RS, RD, RM, CD, S or P zone. A landscape strip of at least 1.5 metres in width, consisting of a thick hedge of hardy shrubs or evergreen trees not less than 1.2 metres in height at time of planting, and maintained in a healthy growing condition and in a neat and orderly appearance, may be substituted for a fence. Outside Storage: The storage of goods or materials outside any building is prohibited. Any storage of garbage or refuse must be in a commercial garbage container, which shall be enclosed with a decorative screen not less than 1.8 metres in height.

9 Attachment C Page 5 of 7 Bylaw No (g) (h) (i) - 5 Lighting: Any lighting used to illuminate any parking areas shall be so arranged that all direct rays of light illuminate only the parking areas and not any adjoining premises. Overweight Vehicle Parking: No person shall park or store, or cause to be parked or stored, any commercial vehicle, equipment, trailer or similar conveyance which exceeds a licensed gross vehicle weight of 5,500 kilograms on any lot between the hours of 9:30 p.m. and 7:00 a.m. of the following day. Surface Finish: All parking areas and driveways shall be surfaced with an asphalt, concrete or pervious paving so as to provide a surface that is durable and dust-free and shall be so graded and drained as to properly disperse all surface water. 9. Land Development: Notwithstanding any other provisions of this bylaw, the uses permitted by this bylaw shall be conditional upon the immediate availability and adequacy of those municipal facilities and services hereinafter set forth to serve the parcel of land and buildings, structures, and uses to be erected, placed or undertaken thereon. No use of land and no use of any building or structure thereon shall be deemed to be authorized by this bylaw and all uses otherwise permitted by this bylaw are hereby prohibited unless and until all of the following services and facilities have been provided and are immediately available and are adequate therefor to the standards set out as follows: (a) (b) Sanitary sewer, waterworks, on-site fire protection and drainage works to the standards set out in the 'Delta Subdivision and Development Standards Bylaw No. 5100, 1994', as amended from time to time; and Construction of all highways abutting and serving the land, including boulevards, landscaping, street lighting, underground wiring, sidewalks and transit service facilities, to the standards set out in the 'Delta Subdivision and Development Standards Bylaw No , 1994', as amended from time to time."

10 Attachment C Page 6 of 7 Bylaw No "Delta Zoning Bylaw No. 2750, 1977" as amended is hereby further amended by rezoning the land as shown outlined in bold and marked "Subject Property" on Schedule attached hereto and forming part of tlis bylaw as C.D. 399 Comprehensive Development Zone No. 399 and by amending the "Delta Zoning Maps" referred to in Section 301 accordingly. READ A FRST TME the day of,2011. READ A SECOND TME the day of,2011. PUBLC HEARNG HELD the day of,2011. READ A THRD TME the day of,2011. FNALLY CONSDERED AND ADOPTED the day of,2011. Lois E. Jackson Mayor Angila Bains Municipal Clerk G Current DevelopmentlBYLAWS NUMERCAL\6932.CD399.LU doc

11 Bylaw No Attachment C Page 7 of 7 -t Su bject Property \ (f) 0 N T'" > ṃ... -!::; CJ) '+ 0.., :!= 0 80 AVE 1 _.1-:'-l tj "---'----r---,- i --+1-,---'- O'l l---- T'" 1----, AAVE! i it i J SDm This is Schedule to "Delta Zoning Bylaw No. 2750, 1977 Amendment (C.D BC Ltd. - LU005993) Bylaw No. 6932, 2011" Parcel dentifier: Lot 498, Section 25, Township 4, New Westminster District Plan 53095

12 Attachment 0 Page 1 of 1 Project Data Table Owner BC Ltd. (mtiaz and Rosmin Dharshi) Applicant Barnett Dembek Architects nc. (Lance Barnett) Application Date June 14, 2010 (resubmission on September 13, 2010) Existing Proposed OCP Designation: Schedule C.1 (North Mixed-Use (North Delta) 1 Mixed-Use (North Delta) 4 Delta Future Land Use (MU(ND)1 ) (MU(ND)4) Plan) Maximum Allowable 400 units/ha (162 units/acre) 225 units/ha (91 units/acre) Density Zoning Land Use Contract No Comprehensive Development Zone No. 399 DP Area Scott Road Corridor (SRC) No change Lot Area 0.6 ha (1.5 acres) Lot: 0.58 ha (1.4 acres) Road dedication: m 2 (1,682 ft2) Lot Width 78.1 m (256 ft) No change Lot Depth 76.0 m (249 ft) Lot: 74.0 m (243 ft) Road dedication: 2.0 m (6.6 ft) No. of Residential Units Residential Floor Area Vacant 8,957 m L (96,416 W) not including halls and stairs No. of Commercial Units 0 3 Commercial Floor Area Vacant 485 m L (5,224 ftl) Total Building Area Vacant 1"1,076 m L (119,221 ft2) Floor Space Ratio (FSR) Vacant 1.9 Site Coverage Vacant 41.6% No. of Storeys Vacant 5 Height of Building Vacant 16.2 m (53 ft) Parking Required: Proposed: Total: 258 stalls Total: 215 stalls Residential: 197 stalls Residential: 156 stalls Visitors: 26 stalls Visitor, Commercial, and Commercial: 25 stalls Community Service: 54 stalls Community Service: 7 spaces Handicapped: 3 stalls Handicapped: 5 stalls Variance Required : Proosed : Zoning Bylaw - Section 21 m (69 ft) 15.2 m (50 ft) 914 (Special Setback from 80 Avenue)

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22 Attachment F Page 1 of 2 Excerpt of Minutes from the Regular \/eeting of the Community Planning Advisory Committee held Thursday, October 7,2010 at 7:00 p.m. in the Annacis Room at Delta Municipal Hall, 4500 Clarence Taylor Crescent, Delta, British Columbia Ave. (A.03) Memorandum from John Hopkins, Planner dated September 28, 2010 re Land Use Contract Discharge, Rezoning and Development Permit at Avenue. (File LU005993) Delegation: Lance Barnett, Barnett Dembek Architects nc. Meredith Mitchell, DMG Landscape Architects mtiaz and Rosmin Dharshi (owners) The delegation arrived at 8:55 p:m. Lance Barnett provided a brief overview of the proposed 5 storey mixed-use development at 80 th Street and Scott Road. The building will be constructed of concrete on the first floor and wood frame above that. The developer is seeking a parking reduction to one parking space per residential unit and six commercial parking spaces at grade, with one level of underground parking. t was noted the bylaw requirement for visitor parking of 27 visitor spaces will be met. Meredith Mitchell briefly outlined the proposed landscaping, stating an attempt will be made to slow down traffic by use of tactile strips in the road or some other method. A seating area in the front plaza surrounded by trees will create an urban feel, and there will be a walkway across the back. with lights and bollards but screened for privacy. Ms. Mitchell noted principles of Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) will be followed when planning the patios. The following comments were provided by the members : Supportive of higher density in this area. The current site is empty and unattractive; overall the project appears to work. Concern with lack of commercial parking for the businesses and employees.

23 Attachment F Page 2 of 2 -- Motion Endorsed Concern with not enough residential parking. This proposed development has a number of 2-bedroom units, and parking on 80 th Street is not feasible. North Delta is a commuting neighbourhood. Transit services are lacking, and people will use their cars. Mr. Barnett advised he had met with a traffic consultant relative to the traffic movement, and it is proposed since the visitor parking will not be used all the time during the day it could be used for commercial parking. The details are outlined in the consultant's report, which was not available for the meeting. Mr. Barnet stated the only way to get additional parking on the site would be by constructing a second level of underground parking. t was noted this area was slated to become, in future, a major traffic corridor. Responding to a query, the owners advised the price point for these units will be approximately $300 per square foot, averaging $199,000 per unit. MOVED By Trevor De Jaray, SECONDED By Duncan Macdonald, THAT the Community Planning Advisory Committee supports the application in principle for a Land Use Contract Discharge, Rezoning and Development Permit at Avenue, subject to further review with staff to address the Committee's concerns regarding number of parking spaces. CARRED UNANMOUSLY n response to a query relative to multi-family developments seeking approval to decrease parking spaces, staff advised there has been some relaxation of the parking requirement in recent developments. Noting that most commercial parking on Scott Road is at grade, Mr. Barnett advised that when this application was considered by the Advisory Design Panel, their recommendations were to eliminate parking at grade and go underground. The Chair noted that if a social amenity is to be provided as part of the development, provision of adequate parking is imperative for the people that will use it. The Chair recommended the traffic report be made available prior to going forward to Council.

24 Attachment G Page 1 of 1 Consultation Process for Bylaw No A public notice sign informing the general public of the proposal was placed on the subject property on July 22, A letter informing the surrounding residents of the proposal was sent on September 27, 2010, and a public information meeting was held on October 14,2010. Approximately 25 people, all from the Chancellor Place residential towers across the street from the subject property, attended the meeting. All of the attendees were supportive of the proposal for the following reasons: The lower height of the building (five storeys) considering the site had the potential for 14 storeys; The internal road connecting 80 Avenue to Delta Shoppers Mall which would provide vehicular and pedestrian access; The social amenity space which could be used for a non-profit community group such as a seniors centre; The provision of handicapped accessible units and smaller residential units which would cater to seniors and people wishing to enter the housing market; and The overall site design and design of the building. There was some concern about vehicular movement and access to the subject property. Attendees were informed that a traffic impact study would address these concerns. Except as provided above, no additional consultation need be undertaken with any of the bodies referred to in Section 879(2)(b) of the Local Government Act. A Public Hearing would be required. G.Currenl DevelopmentlLU FLESLU005\LU005993CouncillAttachmen\ - Consultation Process.docx