- Published on Tuesday, 03 December 2013 18:12
A second public consultation meeting concerning the revised proposal for the re-zoning of 1131 Teron Road will be held:
Tuesday December 17, 2013, 7 pm – 9 pm
Kanata United Church 33 Leacock Drive, Kanata
Developer Phil Bottriell has very recently, after a 5 month long hiatus, submitted a REVISED proposal for the re-zoning of 1131 Teron Road, Kanata to allow a nine and three storey condominium on approximately 1.6 hectres of land. This development will be less than 15m from Teron Road. It will hugely compromise the privacy of a number of adjacent homes on Bethune Court, Gingras Court, Jackson Court and Varley Lane.
Details of the revised plans to the city under application #D02-02-12-0041 can be viewed by the public here: D02-02-12-0041.
We encourage you to go to this link and see the details of this revised proposal as soon as possible.
- Show up for this meeting on December 17th and let your views be known. Our councillor, Marianne Wilkinson, will be there and she knows how many people are in the room and even from which neighbourhood (from the sign-up sheets). We need to make sure the meeting is well represented. Numbers here are highly visible. Sign up for email notification of meetings at http://mariannewilkinson.com/.
- Compatible development must enhance and coexist with existing development without undue adverse impacts. It is development that “fits well” and “works well” with its surroundings.
- When reviewing infill development within the General Urban Area, it must recognize the importance of new development relating to existing community character so that it enhances and builds upon desirable established patterns and built form.
- New developments must reflect a thorough and sensitive understanding of place, context and setting.
- The City will specifically assess Zoning By-law Amendment applications in terms of building height, massing and scale, rear and side yard setbacks and landscaped open space permitted by the zoning of adjacent residential properties as well as the prevailing patterns established in the immediate area.
- In considering a Zoning By-law Amendment of additional height, the City will seek to protect and enhance existing patterns of development, built form and open spaces.
- Interior portions of stable, low-rise residential neighbourhoods will continue to be characterized by low-rise buildings. New development, including redevelopment, proposed within the interior of established neighbourhoods will be designed to complement the area’s pattern of built form and open spaces.