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Public Notice - Planning Committee - June 7, 2018

May 29, 2018 -

Thursday, June 7 at 6:30 p.m.
Council Chambers, City Hall, 216 Ontario St.

The City of Kingston planning committee will meet to discuss the matters listed below beginning at 6:30 p.m.

Public Meeting

355 King St. – Fotenn Consultants Inc. – D14-014-2018

Application for Zoning Bylaw amendment to introduce university, college and medical clinic uses to the subject property, which are not permitted uses in the ‘E2' zone in Zoning Bylaw 8499. No changes to the building footprint are proposed at this time. Permission is also requested to allow a parking-space size reduction in order to be consistent with the parking standards found in other university sites such as the Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts. The location of the existing building does not meet the required front- and side-yard setbacks for the ‘E2' zone. The applicant proposes that all performance standards that are not met by the existing structure, constructed before the passage of Zoning Bylaw 8499, are to remain legal non-complying to ensure that any future development of the property is required to meet the standards of the existing Zoning Bylaw. Therefore, a Zoning Bylaw amendment is required.

Business

Items for discussion/recommendation

355 King St. – Fotenn Consultants Inc. – D14-014-2018

See description under Public Meetings.

294 Rideau St. – Jordan McGregor – D14-007-2018

Application for Zoning Bylaw amendment to facilitate the severance of the property to create two 262 square metre lots, each with 15.7 metres of frontage on James Street. The existing dwelling and garage on the subject property are proposed to be demolished.The retained and severed lots are each proposed to be developed with a two-and-a-half-storey single-family dwelling with elevated basements. Secondary suites are proposed in the basement level of both of the single-detached dwellings. A Zoning Bylaw amendment is required to permit a reduced minimum lot size for the severed and retained lots, to permit second residential units, and to allow the proposed height, setbacks and projections (i.e., front porch bay window and dormers) of the proposed single-detached dwellings as well as the proposed tandem parking arrangement and parking space length.

575 – 611 Princess St. & 510 Frontenac St. – 605 Princess St. Ltd. – D35-005-2016

The proposed development site spans a full block on the north side of Princess Street between Albert Street and Frontenac Street, on the lands known municipally as 575 – 611 Princess St. & 510 Frontenac St. The application for Official Plan amendment and Zoning Bylaw amendment seeks to permit the construction of a mixed-use, 10-storey building, containing a total of 359 residential dwelling units and 900 square metres of commercial space on the ground floor.

The applicant proposes an Official Plan amendment with specific relief to the angular plane requirements for the proposed 10-storey mixed-use building in the Princess Street Corridor Special Policy Area. The Zoning Bylaw amendment requests relief to permit an increase in building height, removal of the angular plane provisions, relief in yard projections, reduction in the number and size of required parking spaces, reduction in the number and size of accessible parking spaces and reduction in the size of bicycle parking spaces.

2666 Princess St. & 1027 Midland Ave. – All Seniors Care Living Centres – D14-037-2017

Application for Zoning Bylaw amendment to permit a senior supportive living facility ranging in height between 3 and 6 storeys and comprised of 170 units (independent-living units and assisted-care units). A total of 91 parking spaces are proposed, including 16 for staff of the facility and 6 barrier-free spaces. The applicant is requesting relief from the following zoning provisions to accommodate the proposed development:  permitted uses; maximum building height; maximum residential density; maximum accessory building height; yards where parking is permitted; maximum parking-stall size; and minimum drive-aisle width.

For additional planning applications, complete notices and agendas visit CityofKingston.ca/PlanningCommittee

To see the status of development applications in Kingston see CityofKingston.ca/DASH.

Information regarding the above can be viewed at planning, building and licensing services, 1211 John Counter Blvd., during normal office hours, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday to Friday.

Dated at Kingston, Ontario
This 29th day of May, 2018

Paige Agnew, director
Planning, building and licensing services