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  Project #LocationApplication DateAgentPhoneProject Description 
View Map 07-36-01284439 216 StreetSep-16-2014ARNOT WESLEY778.899.3057The Applicant proposes to amend the Murrayville Community Plan to redesignate a portion of property from Single Family One to Institutional. The applicant further proposes to rezone the property from Suburban Residential Zone (SR-1) to Residential Zone (R-1E) and Civic Institutional Zone (P-1) for the development of two (2) single family residential lots and a third lot for an assembly use. A Subdivision Application has also been submitted.
View Map More Information 11-01-00165343 264 StreetSep-10-2014WEIN FRED JR604.835.4256The Applicant proposes a Homesite Severance subdivision under Section 21 (2) of the ALC Act. Existing zoning is Rural Zone (RU-3), minimum lot size 8.0 ha. ALR approval granted September 2, 2014.
View Map More Information 12-06-001821967 96 AvenueSep-05-2014  The Applicant proposes to create a two (2) lot rural residential subdivision. Existing zoning is Rural Zone (RU-1), minimum lot size 1.7 ha. Land Commission approval granted July 4, 2012.
View Map 14-06-01285600 Block of Gloucester WaySep-04-2014BEEDIE DEVELOPMENT GROUP604.220.7672The Applicant proposes to amend the Gloucester Community Plan to redesignate property from Service Commercial to a Service and General Industrial designation. The applicant further proposes to rezone property from Service Commercial Zone (C-3) to General Industrial Zone (M-2) for development of a multi-tenant industrial building totaling 6,085 m2. A Development Permit application was submitted September 4, 2014.
View Map 08-25-009720900 Block of 80 Avenue and 80A AvenueAug-27-2014SIVIA CONSTRUCTION LTD604.825.4559The Applicant proposes to construct 12 rowhomes and 12 semi-detached homes. Existing zoning is Residential Compact Lot Zones [R-CL(RH) and R-CL(SD)] .
View Map 08-13-008221327 Crush CrescentAug-25-2014  The Applicant proposes to rezone property from Rural Zone (RU-3) to Rural Farm Market Zone (RU-14) to permit a farm market use.
View Map 14-05-00195292 272 StreetAug-14-2014RUSSCHER & EVANS ARCHITECTS778.552.2840The Applicant proposes to construct a 127.6m2 addition to the existing building. Existing zoning is General Industrial Zone (M-2A).
View Map 10-34-00574792 241 StreetAug-08-2014OTG DEVELOPMENT CONCEPTS604.217.7953The Applicant proposes to create an eighteen (18) lot single family residential subdivision in accordance with Section 21(2) of the ALC Act. Existing zoning is Suburban Residential Zone (SR-1), minimum lot size 3716m2.
View Map 11-04-00805559 238 StreetAug-07-2014  The Applicant proposes to create a four (4) lot single family residential subdivision. Existing zoning is Suburban Residential Zone (SR-1), minimum lot size 3716m2.
View Map More Information 10-19-00132650 216 StreetAug-01-2014ALBERTS KURT604.888.4395The Applicant proposes a Homesite Severance subdivision under Section 21(2) of the ALC Act. Existing zoning is Rural Zone (RU-3), minimum lot size 8.0 ha.
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Legend:

RZ – Rezoning Application
RO – Rezoning / Community Plan Amendment Application
OP – Community / Neighbourhood Plan Amendment Application
DVP – Development Variance Permit Application
DP – Development Permit Application
AL – Agricultural Land Reserve Application
SA – Subdivision Application
LP – Liquor Primary Application
Decision Letter – Letter that specifies any conditions that must be met prior to final approval

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Development applications from January 1, 2011 forward are listed.

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Projects will be removed from the listing 30 days after they have been completed.

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Projects by application date with newest applications listed first.

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Public Hearing Agendas are available by clicking here.

Where can I get more information about zoning?
The Township’s zoning bylaw is available on our website.

More Information:

Community Development Division
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cdinfo@tol.ca

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