LDA20-0343 Stoneriver Woodcroft

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a black and white map of the area around the property that is proposed to be rezoned (13512 and 13530 - 115 Avenue NW), with two grey boxes on the property, labelled "RF3 to RA7" and "RF1 to RA7".

***The discussion has concluded and a What We Heard Report is available.***

Thank you for participating in engagement activities for this rezoning application.

The application is expected to go to City Council Public Hearing for a decision, with the exact date still to be determined. For more information, please visit these FAQs for Council meetings.

***The discussion has concluded and a What We Heard Report is available.***

Thank you for participating in engagement activities for this rezoning application.

The application is expected to go to City Council Public Hearing for a decision, with the exact date still to be determined. For more information, please visit these FAQs for Council meetings.

CLOSED: This discussion has concluded.

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    I think these types of developments are an imperative not just for Woodcroft but for the entire city. As our population grows, we need to be conscious of the costs associated with that growth. Every time we build a new subdivision it costs the tax payer an obscene amount of money for things we already have in these older undeveloped neighbourhoods, for example. Paving new roads, Sewer and drain Infrastructure, Streetlights, Public transit, Snow removal, Police coverage, Ambulance coverage, Fire department Coverage, Schools, Hospitals, Libraries, Community centres, Public sporting facilities There're also the environmental impacts to consider, if everyone needs to drive 30 minuets to get to work because they live in a suburb outside of the Henday what will this do to our air quality. So I’m in favour of this application.

    Bubalina asked 2 months ago

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    What are the plans for parking? I do not agree with the parking requirements the city has recently adopted. The plan must accommodate a minimum of 1.5 stalls per unit.

    jgl asked 3 months ago

    Thank you for your question.


    On June 23, 2020, City Council approved Open Option Parking, which provides developers’ flexibility to choose the amount of parking that they feel is appropriate for their projects.  The parking supply for this project will accordingly be determined at the development permit stage. It’s important to note that this approach to parking doesn’t necessarily mean that no parking will be provided.  It is actually more likely to result in the “right” amount of parking as developers know the parking needs of their potential customers better than the City and have an interest in ensuring they are met.

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    What kind of parking is planned on the property. I do not agree with the recent city parking requirements, there must be sufficient parking on the property i.e. 1.5 stalls per unit.

    jgl asked 3 months ago

    Thank you for your question.

    On June 23, 2020, City Council approved Open Option Parking, which provides developers’ flexibility to choose the amount of parking that they feel is appropriate for their projects.  The parking supply for this project will accordingly be determined at the development permit stage. It’s important to note that this approach to parking doesn’t necessarily mean that no parking will be provided.  It is actually more likely to result in the “right” amount of parking as developers know the parking needs of their potential customers better than the City and have an interest in ensuring they are met.

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    I would like to see a taller building with commercial storefronts on the main floor. I would like something like a neighborhood pub. Is something like that included?

    jgl asked 3 months ago

    Thanks for your question!

    The maximum height in the RA7 zone is 14.5 m for flat, mansard and gambrel roofs, or 16.0 m for a roof type with a pitch of 18.4 degrees or greater (approximately 4 storeys).


    Bars and Neighbourhood Pubs are not allowed in the RA7 zone. The RA7 allows a small number of lower impact commercial opportunities including retail stores, health services, and specialty food services, among others.