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Exception

392

Zone

RH1

 

Map

23

Amendment

2020.251

Enacted

Aug. 6/08

     

1.

Permitted land Uses:

 

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One long term care facility with a maximum of 144 beds

 

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One mixed retirement home/seniors apartment building with a maximum of 121 retirement home units and 88 seniors apartment units

 

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Accessory uses to a retirement home, seniors apartment and long term care facility including a medical clinic

 

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One mixed retirement home/seniors apartment building with a maximum of 97 retirement home units and 88 seniors apartment units

 

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One seniors apartment building with a maximum of 120 seniors apartment units

     
 

Definition of Seniors Apartment Building:

A multiple unit residential building, consisting of more than four seniors apartment units, which have a common entrance from the street level. Amenities and services are to be geared towards retirees, wishing to maintain an independent lifestyle. Culinary services shall be provided within each dwelling unit. A seniors apartment shall be part of a larger development which includes a retirement home.

     
 

Definition of Seniors Apartment Unit:

A dwelling unit within a seniors apartment building, designed and intended for the use of not more than 2 persons.

     

2.

Regulations for permitted uses:

   

Maximum Building Height:

10 storeys

   

Floor Area Ratio:

1.9:1

   

Density:

Does not apply

   

Yard abutting a pipeline easement:

0 m

   

Yard abutting Hydro Corridor:

18 m

   

Yard abutting Itabashi Way:

3 m

   

Yard abutting eastern property line:

8m for buildings of 3 storeys or less
15m for buildings greater than 3 storeys

   

Required Parking

357 spaces

   

Landscape Buffer abutting easterly property line:

1m

   

Landscape area abutting Itabashi Way:

3m

   

(Note: The circular driveway abutting the west building elevation may encroach into the landscape area.)

   

Residential Zones General Provisions

   

(h)

Parking Lot

- shall not apply

   

(i)

Parking Spaces and Driveways

- shall not apply

     
   

Notwithstanding the definition of "Lot" in Part 16  Definitions, and notwithstanding any future change in land ownership, or any severance, partition or division of the property, the land zoned RH1-exception shall be considered one lot for the purposes of Zoning By-law 2020.

 

   

 

Parking will be provided in accordance with the findings of a parking study required as a condition of H-removal to the satisfaction of the Director of Planning and the Director of Engineering.

 

3.

Community Benefits Pursuant to Section 37 of the Planning Act:

   
 

Prior to the removal of the "H" Holding symbol:

 

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$120,000 towards LEEDS certification (or LEEDS equivalent) of the development to the satisfaction of the Director of Planning

 

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$50,000 towards upgrading Tansley Woods Community Centre facility with consideration given to facilities/equipment supporting seniors

 

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$55,000 for the Tansley Woods Community Centre playground replacement

 

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$75,000 for the Public Art Reserve Fund

     
 

Following the removal of the "H" Holding symbol:

 

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$200,000 towards LEEDS certification (or LEEDS equivalent) of the development to the satisfaction of the Director of Planning

 

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$100,000 towards trails and woodlot enhancements within the Tansley Woods Park including formal seating arrangements, passive gathering areas and entrance points.

     
     

Except as amended herein, all other provisions of this By-law, as amended, shall apply.

 

This page created September 15, 2008

 

 

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