Planning and Environment Committee

Comité de l’urbanisme et de l’environnement

 

Disposition 58 / Suite à donner 58

 

Tuesday, 24 October 2006, 9:30 a.m.

le mardi 24 octobre 2006, 9 h 30

 

 

 

Notes:    1.     Underlining indicates a new or amended recommendation approved by Committee.

        2.     Reports requiring Council consideration will be presented to Council on 22 November 2006 in Planning and Environment Committee Report 57-A, except for items 9 and 14, which will be presented to Council on 25 October in Planning and Environment Committee Report 57.

 

Nota :     1.     Le soulignement indique qu'il s'agit d'une nouvelle recommandation ou d'une recommandation modifiée approuvée par le Comité.

2.     Les rapports nécessitant un examen par le Conseil municipal devraient être présentés au Conseil le 22 novembre 2006 dans le rapport no 57-A du Comité de l’urbanisme et de l’environnement, exception faite des articles nos 9 et 14, qui seront présentés au Conseil le 25 octobre 2006 dans le rapport no 57 du Comité de l'urbanisme et de l'environnement.

 

 

CONFIRMATION OF MINUTES

Ratification du procÈs-verbal

 

Minutes 57 - Tuesday, 10 October 2006.

 

                                                                                                                                                CONFIRMED


planning and growth management

urbanisme et gestion de la croissance

 

PLANNING AND INFRASTRUCTURE APPROVALS
APPROBATION DES DEMANDES D’URBANISME ET D’INFRASTRUCTURE

 

1.         COMMUNITY DESIGN PLAN FOR MER BLEUE MIXED USE CENTRE AND ZONING– part of 2201 MER BLEUE ROAD, 2215 MER BLEUE ROAD AND PART OF 2233 MER BLEUE ROAD AND PART OF 2168 TENTH LINE ROAD

PLAN DE CONCEPTION COMMUNAUTAIRE DU CENTRE D'USAGE MIXTE MER BLEUE ET ZONAGE – une partie du 2201, chemin mer bleue, 2215, chemin mer bleue ET UNE PARTIE DU 2233, CHEMIN MER BLEUE ET UNE PARTIE DU 2168, CHEMIN TENTH LINE

ACS2006-PGM-APR-0201                                                            CUMBERLAND (19)

 

That the Planning and Environment Committee recommend Council:

 

1)   Approve the Mer Bleue Mixed Use Centre Community Design Plan attached as Document 4; and

 

2)   Approve an amendment to the former City of Cumberland Zoning By-law to change the zoning of Part of 2201 Mer Bleue Road, 2215 Mer Bleue Road, Part of 2233 Mer Bleue Road and Part of 2168 Tenth Line Road from D-I - Development Industrial and R3C-X2 – Residential Mixed Variable Setbacks Exception Two to CTC-(XX) - Commercial Town Centre Exception and R5A-(XX) – Residential Apartments Low Density Exception, as shown in Document 2 and as detailed in Document 3.

                                                                                                CARRIED

 

 

2.         ZONING - 420 AND 430 HAZELDEAN ROAD

ZONAGE - 420 ET 430, CHEMIN HAZELDEAN

ACS2006-PGM-APR-0221                                                                      KANATA (4)

 

That the Planning and Environment Committee recommend Council approve an amendment to the City of Kanata Zoning By-law 169-93 to change the zoning of 420 and 430 Hazeldean Road from General Commercial Zone, Exception Zone (CG-3) to General Commercial Zone, Exception Zone (CG-x) and (CG-y) as shown in Document 1 and as detailed in Document 2.

                                                                                                CARRIED

 

 

3.         ZONING - 160 ROBERTSON ROAD

ZONAGE - 160, CHEMIN ROBERTSON

ACS2006-PGM-APR-0209                                                    BELL-SOUTH NEPEAN (3)

 

That the Planning and Environment Committee recommend Council approve an amendment to the former City of Nepean  Zoning By-law to change the zoning of 160 Robertson Road from ML – Industrial Light Zone to MS - Industrial Service Zone as shown in Document 1.

                                                                                                CARRIED

 

 

4.         ZONING - 100 LANDRY STREET

ZONAGE - 100, RUE LANDRY

ACS2006-PGM-APR-0045                                                          RIDEAU-VANIER (12)

 

That the Planning and Environment Committee recommend Council approve an amendment to the former City of Vanier Zoning By-Law 2380 for 100 Landry Street as follows:

 

1.   To change the Zoning for the northeast portion of the R6-104 Residential Complex Zone to a Public Use Zone (PU) as detailed in Document 2 and shown as Area D in Document 3;

 

2.   To repeal exception 104 in the R6-104 Residential Complex Zone and establish a new exception with provisions as detailed in Document 2 and shown as Area B on Document 3;

 

3.   To change the SC-1 Special Commercial Zone pertaining to Area C on Document 3 to R6-104 Residential Complex Zone with exceptions as detailed in Document 2;

 

4.   To change the SC-1 Special Commercial Zone pertaining to Area A on Document 3 to R7 – exception, Residential Complex Zone with exceptions as detailed in Document 2.

                                                                                                CARRIED

 

That the Planning and Environment Committee direct that this report be heard at the Council Meeting of October 25, 2006.

                                                                                                LOST

 

 

5.         SITE PLAN CONTROL - 100 LANDRY STREET

PLAN D'IMPLANTATION - 100, RUE LANDRY

ACS2006-PGM-APR-0217                                                          RIDEAU-VANIER (12)

 

That the Planning and Environment Committee approve the Site Plan Control application for 100 Landry Street as shown on the following plans:

 

1.   "Site Plan, Vanier Parkway, Drawing No. A-101" prepared by Douglas Hardie Architect, dated January, 2005, revised to October 4, 2006, and dated as received by the City of Ottawa on October 5, 2006.

 

2.   "Landscape Plan, Vanier Parkway, Drawing No. L.1", prepared by James B. Lennox & Associates Inc., Landscape Architects, dated January, 2005, revised to October 4, 2006, and dated as received by the City of Ottawa on October 5, 2006.

 

subject to the conditions contained in Document 5, and;

 

3.   That the site plan include a special condition that the applicant contribute sufficient funds to undertake a streetscape and pedestrian lighting plan for Loyer Street.

 

                                                                                                CARRIED as amended

 

 

6.         ZONING - 3 CLAREMONT DRIVE

ZONAGE - 3, PROMENADE CLAREMONT

ACS2006-PGM-APR-0192                                                   RIDEAU-ROCKCLIFFE (13)

 

That the Planning and Environment Committee recommend Council approve an amendment to the former City of Ottawa Zoning By-law to change the zoning of 3 Claremont Drive from R3A (Converted House/Townhouse sub-zone) to R3A - exception (Converted House/Townhouse sub-zone - exception) as detailed in Document 2.

                                                                                                CARRIED

 

 

7.         ZONING - 8465 NORTH SERVICE ROAD

ZONAGE - 8465, CHEMIN NORTH SERVICE

ACS2006-PGM-APR-0012                                                                     ORLEANS (1)

 

That the Planning and Environment Committee recommend Council approve an amendment to the former Cumberland Urban Zoning By-Law to change the zoning of 8465 North Service Road from D-CR (Development-Commercial /Recreation) to R5B-X (Residential-Apartment-High Density - Exception) and row houses and CON (Conservation Zone) as shown in Document 1 and as detailed in Document 3.

 

                                                                                                CARRIED

 

 

8.         ZONING - PART OF 2240 TRIM ROAD AND PART OF 2200 TRIM ROAD

ZONAGE - PARTIE DU 2240, CHEMIN TRIM ET PARTIE DU 2200, CHEMIN TRIM

ACS2006-PGM-APR-0222                                                            CUMBERLAND (19)

 

That the Planning and Environment Committee recommend Council approve an amendment to the former City of Cumberland Zoning By-law to change the zoning of Part of 2240 Trim Road and Part of 2200 Trim Road from D-R Development Residential to R1H-(XX) Residential Singles Wide Lots, R3D-(XX) Residential Row Dwellings Exception, R4B-(XX) Residential Mixed Multiples Exception, R5A-(XX) Residential -Apartments - Low Density Exception, R1F-X6 - Residential - Singles - Small Lots - Exception Six and R2D-X4 - Residential - Singles and Semis - Small Lots - Exception Four as shown in Document 2 and as detailed in Document 3.

 

                                                                                                CARRIED

 

 

9.         APPLICATION to demolish 90 buena vista and 375 minto place and application FOR NEW CONsTRUCTION IN THE ROCKCLIFFE PARK HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT AT 375 MINTO PLACE

Demande de démolition du 90, buena vista et du 375, Place minto, et demande de construction dans le district de conservation du patrimoine du parc ROCKCLIFFE, au 375, place MINTO

ACS2006-PGM-APR-0220                                                   RIDEAU-ROCKCLIFFE (13)

 

That the Local Architectural Conservation Advisory Committee (LACAC) recommend that Planning and Environment Committee (PEC) recommend that Council:

 

1.   Approve the demolition of 90 Buena Vista Road and 375 Minto Place, properties designated under Part V of the Ontario Heritage Act and located in the Rockcliffe Park Heritage Conservation District.

 

2.   Approve the construction of a new house at 375 Minto Place, a property designated under Part V of the Ontario Heritage Act and located in the Rockcliffe Park Heritage Conservation District, in accordance with the plans filed by Douglas Hardie, Architect received on September 13, 2006.

 

(Note: Approval to Alter this property under the Ontario Heritage Act must not be construed to meet the requirements for the issuance of a Building Permit.

 

                                                                                                CARRIED

 

 

10.       STREET CLOSURE - HUNT CLUB ROAD
EAST OF HAWTHORNE ROAD

FERMETURE DE RUE - CHEMIN HUNT CLUB,
À L’EST DU CHEMIN HAWTHORNE

ACS2006-PGM-APR-0207                                           GLOUCESTER-SOUTHGATE (10)

 

That the Planning and Environment Committee consider the objection received to the Road Closing application for an untravelled portion of Hunt Club Road Right-of-Way, east of Hawthorne Road as shown on Document 2, and re-delegate approval authority to staff, subject to the conditions included in Document 1.

 

                                                                                                WITHDRAWN

 

 

11.       CASH-IN-LIEU OF PARKING - 215 PRESTON STREET

RÈGLEMENT FINANCIER DES EXIGENCES DU STATIONNEMENT - 215, RUE PRESTON

ACS2006-PGM-APR-0219                                                                  SOMERSET (14)

 

1.   That the Planning and Environment Committee approve a Cash-in-lieu of Parking application exempting the Owner of 215 Preston Street from providing two parking spaces for an addition to a restaurant, subject to the following conditions:

 

(a)  That the Owner enter into the standard agreement required by Section 40 of the Planning Act to the satisfaction of the City Solicitor;

 

(b)  The payment shall be in the amount of $6,240.00;

 

(c)  That the cash-in-lieu of parking be for the floor area occupied by storage and electrical equipment for a restaurant.

 

2.   That this approval be null and void if the agreement required by 1(a) has not been signed within six months of the date of this approval.

 

                                                                                                WITHDRAWN

 

 

Planning, Environment and Infrastructure Policy

Politiques d’urbanisme, d’environnement et d’infrastructure

 

12.       DRAFT COMPREHENSIVE ZONING BY-LAW - Interim Report on COMMENTS RECEIVED DURING THE PUBLIC CONSULTATION PROCESS in the Urban areA

RÈGLEMENT DE ZONAGE PRÉLIMAIRE - RAPPORT D'ÉTAPE SUR LES COMMENTAIRES REÇUS DURANT LE PROCESSUS DE CONSULTATION PUBLIQUE DANS LE SECTEUR RURAL

ACS2006-PGM-POL-0071                               CITY-WIDE / À L’ÉCHELLE DE LA VILLE

 

That the Planning and Environment Committee recommend Council receive this report for information purposes.

                                                                                                RECEIVED

 

 

13.       Urban DESIGN GUIDELINES FOR GREENFIELD NEIGHBOURHOODS AND GUIDELINES FOR transit-oriented developmenT

LIGNES DIRECTRICES RÉGISSANT LES AMÉNAGEMENTS URBAINS DANS LES NOUVEAUX QUARTIERS ET LIGNES DIRECTRICES RÉGISSANT LES AMÉNAGEMENTS DU TRANSPORT EN COMMUN

ACS2006-PGM-POL-0075                               CITY-WIDE / À L’ÉCHELLE DE LA VILLE

 

That the Planning and Environment Committee receive this report for information and that staff report back in 2007 with a report or reports outlining:

 

1.   Urban Design Guidelines for Greenfield Neighbourhoods; and

 

2.   Guidelines for Transit-Oriented Development.

 

                                                                                                RECEIVED

 

 

14.       rOCKCLIFFE REDEVELOPMENT COMMUNITY DESIGN PLAN -
TERMS OF REFERENCE (former CFB Rockcliffe Base)

PLAN DE CONCEPTION COMMUNAUTAIRE VISANT LE RÉAMÉNAGEMENT DU SITE DE L’Ancienne base militaire des Forces canadiennes de Rockcliffe – CADRE DE RÉFÉRENCE

ACS2006-PGM-POL-0076                                                   RIDEAU-ROCKCLIFFE (13)

 

That Planning and Environment Committee approve the Terms of Reference for the Rockcliffe Redevelopment Community Design Plan, as shown in Document 1.

 

                                                                                                CARRIED

 

15.       QUEENSWAY TERRACE NORTH
INTERIM CONTROL BY-LAW STUDY

QUEENSWAY TERRACE-NORD – ÉTUDE DE
RÈGLEMENT DE RESTRICTION PROVISOIRE

ACS2006-PGM-POL-0069                                                                             BAY (7)

 

1.   That the Planning and Environment Committee:

 

a)   Direct the Planning and Growth Management Department, Planning, Environment and Infrastructure Policy Branch; Community and Protective Services, By-law Services Branch; and, Public Works and Services Department, Traffic and Parking Operations Branch, to work with the Queensway Terrace North Community Association to undertake a public education initiative with respect to informing property owners and residents of existing City’s by-laws that relate to secondary dwelling units and  parking on private and public property;

 

b)   Direct the Public Works and Services Department, Surface Operations Branch, to initiate a tree planting plan, in consultation with the Queensway Terrace North Community Association, for locations where trees could be planted to improve the streetscape in Queensway Terrace North;

 

c)   Direct the Planning and Growth Management Department, Planning, Environment and Infrastructure Policy Branch, to contact owners of all duplexes within the study area, and encourage those with existing third units to regularize their units to meet the new requirements by making any necessary changes to ensure Zoning and Building Code compliance, and direct Building Services to inspect those duplexes that have been converted illegally to triplexes listed in the QTN PAC Report, to ensure that these units meet Building Code;

 

d)   Direct the Planning and Growth Management Department, Planning, Environment and Infrastructure Policy Branch to provide the Queensway Terrace North community association with information on the issuance of building permits for new dwelling units within the area shown on Document 1 on a yearly basis until the end of 2010;

 

e)   Direct the Community and Protective Services Department with the support of the Planning and Growth Management Department, Planning, Environment and Infrastructure Policy Branch, to consider the Community Characteristics Table contained in Appendix 7 of Document 3 in the preparation of the Neighbourhood Profile template;

 

f)    Direct the Planning and Growth Management Department, Planning, Environment and Infrastructure Policy Branch, to consider the Development Review Mechanism model, proposed by the Queensway Terrace North Public Advisory Committee and described in Document 3, as part of addressing the interpretation and implementation of the City’s intensification objectives during the five-year review of the Official Plan in 2008;

 

g)   Direct the Planning and Growth Management Department, Planning, Environment and Infrastructure Policy Branch; Community and Protective Services, Bylaw Services Branch; and Public Works and Services Department, Traffic and Parking Operations Branch, to work with the Queensway Terrace North Community Association and the Ward Councillor to enforce the City’s right-of-way where encroachment has occurred, particularly on streets identified in the report with front yard parking;

 

h.   Whereas residential properties in Queensway Terrace North abutting Carling Avenue have higher density zonings than the properties interior to Queensway Terrace North, in recognition that these properties would access Carling Avenue, a major arterial,

 

      Whereas Maplewood Avenue is blocked at Carling Avenue, causing residents to access Carling Avenue through Queensway Terrace North residential streets;

 

      Therefore be it resolved, as part of the Zoning Bylaw review, staff be directed to review the appropriateness of the zoning for the properties at Carling and Maplewood Avenues.

 

2.   That Planning and Environment Committee recommend Council:

 

a)      Approve an amendment to the former Ottawa Zoning By-law, Ottawa Zoning By‑law 1998, to permit limited front yard parking in the Queensway Terrace North study area, subject to a number of performance standards, as well as to prohibit rear yard parking, unless there is a side yard access to a rear yard detached garage, as detailed in Document 2.

 

b)   Repeal Interim Control By-law 2005-18.

 

                                                                                                CARRIED as amended

 

 

16.       LOWER RIDEAU WATERSHED STRATEGY

STRATÉGIE DE GESTION DU BASSIN HYDROGRAPHIQUE
DU BAS-RIDEAU

ACS2006-PGM-POL-0080                               CITY-WIDE / À L’ÉCHELLE DE LA VILLE

 

That the Planning and Environment Committee and the Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee recommend that Council:

 

1.   Endorse the Lower Rideau Watershed Strategy as outlined in Document 3;

 

2.   Direct staff to prepare an implementation plan for the City's component of the strategy, including any 2008 operating and capital budget pressures, for Council approval in 2007.

                                                                                                CARRIED

 

 

INFORMATION PREVIOUSLY DISTRIBUTED

INFORMATION DISTRIBUÉE AUPARAVANT

 

A.        ON TIME REVIEW STATUS REPORT                                                                    

RAPPORTS D’ÉTAPE SUR L’EXAMEN EN TEMPS VOULU

ACS2006-PGM-APR-0213-IPD                        CITY-WIDE / À L'ÉCHELLE DE LA VILLE

 

                                                                                                            RECEIVED

 

 

B.         REVISED PROCESS - FERNBANK COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT PLAN      

PROCESSUS RÉVISÉ - PLAN DE CONCEPTION COMMUNAUTAIRE DE FERNBANK

ACS2006-PGM-POL-0077-IPD                                     KANATA (4), GOULBOURN (6)

 

                                                                                                            RECEIVED