Current Development Applications

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Applications for proposed development, including Zoning By-law Amendments, Official Plan Amendments and Draft Plan of Subdivision, are being reviewed for the following locations in the City.  

200 St. Luke's Avenue

Application for Zoning By-Law Amendment

File Number: Z2101

Applicant/Owner: Amadeo Developments Ltd.

Agent: EcoVue Consulting Services Inc.

Site Plan for proposed development

Elevation for proposed development

Development Description

The applicant is proposing intensify an existing 60-unit apartment building by converting ground level parking situated under the elevated west wing of the building to create 10 new apartments.  To facilitate this renovation, the applicant has requested an amendment to the existing SP.324 Zoning district to reduce the minimum required parking rate from one space per dwelling unit to 0.7 spaces per dwelling unit.  Additionally, the applicant has requested that relief be granted to reduce the required setback between the parking lot and the west lot line and to reduce the required separation between the parking/vehicle movement area and windows to habitable rooms within the apartment building.

Location

Map showing location of proposed development

Statutory Public Meeting

The City of Peterborough will hold a Public Meeting at a meeting of the General Committee to consider the proposed Zoning By-law Amendment under Section 34 of the Planning Act. This notice will be updated with the date of the Public Meeting once it has been scheduled.

If you wish to be notified of the decision of the City of Peterborough on the proposed Zoning By-law amendment, you must make a written request to:

John Kennedy, City Clerk
City of Peterborough, City Hall
500 George Street North
Peterborough, Ontario K9H 3R9

Additional Information

For more information contact the Supervisor, Development Planning, Planning Division.

375 Aylmer Street North and 243 and 247 Hunter Street West

Application for Zoning By-law Amendment

File Number: Z2007

Applicants/Owners: 1853913 Ontario Ltd., MacPherson Realty (Peterborough) Limited, and Monkman Realty Limited

Agent: Ecovue Consulting Services Inc.

3-D Rendering of proposed development

Site Plan for proposed development

Development Description

The subject lands are located within the City of Peterborough’s Central Business District at the intersection of Hunter Street West and Aylmer Street North. Through the Zoning By-law Amendment process, the applicant proposes to redevelopment the lands for a high-density mixed-use development. The modified C.6 – Commercial Zoning District will allow for commercial and residential uses on the subject lands.

 

The applicant proposes to construct three (3) buildings on the subject lands. 

  • Building ‘A’ is proposed to be an eight (8) storey building with commercial retail/office space on the ground floor and ninety (90) residential units on the remaining floors.
  • Building ‘B’ is intended as a six (6) storey building with thirty-six (36) residential units and no commercial component.
  • Building ‘C’ is proposed to be exclusively commercial office use.

Location

Map showing location of proposed development

Statutory Public Meeting

The City of Peterborough will hold a Public Meeting at a meeting of the General Committee to consider the proposed Zoning By-law Amendment under Section 34 of the Planning Act. This notice will be updated with the date of the Public Meeting once it has been scheduled.

If you wish to be notified of the decision of the City of Peterborough on the proposed Zoning By-law amendment, you must make a written request to:

John Kennedy, City Clerk
City of Peterborough, City Hall
500 George Street North
Peterborough, Ontario K9H 3R9

Additional Information

For more information contact the Urban Design Planner, Planning Division.

 670 Hastings Avenue

Application for Zoning By-law Amendment

File Number: Z2003

Owner: Trevor Digby

Applicant: Kevin M. Duguay, MCIP, RPP

Site Plan for proposed development

Elevation for proposed development

Development Description

The subject property is currently developed with a single detached dwelling, a detached garage, and a recently constructed one-storey detached accessory building at the north limit of the property containing a one-bedroom secondary suite and additional space for a second one-bedroom suite.  The Owner is seeking to re-zone the property to permit up to three dwelling units on the property comprised of the main dwelling and two one-bedroom units in the detached accessory building.

Location

Map showing location of proposed development

Appeal

The applicant has appealed to the Ontario Land Tribunal under Section 34(11) of the Planning Act. Check the case status on the Tribunal's website for information on the hearing. 

Additional Information

For more information contact the Supervisor, Development Planning, Planning Division.

789 Lily Lake Road

Applications for Zoning By-Law Amendment and Draft Plan of Subdivision Approval  

File Numbers: Z2105SB, and 15T-21501

Applicants/Owners: Durham Building Corporation and 2131222 Ontario Inc.

Agent: Innovative Planning Solutions

Draft Plan of Subdivision

Development Description

The applicants are proposing to develop a residential plan of subdivision consisting of 21 single detached residential lots, 24 residential townhouse lots and a 12 units of medium-high density residential use to be developed in conjunction with the adjacent plan of subdivision to the west.  Other proposed uses include land for local commercial use in conjunction with adjacent lands, a parkette, an open space/trail corridor, and lands for environmental protection.

The subject property is located approximately 700m west of Fairbairn Street, in the centre of the Lily Lake Secondary Plan area.  The property and is bound by developing draft plans of subdivision to both the east and west and represents the final property in the Lily Lake area that is anticipated to seek draft plan of subdivision approval.

To facilitate the proposed development, the applicants have requested residential, commercial and open space zoning that is consistent with the adjacent plan of subdivision to the west.  The proposed residential zoning would include provisions for reduced front and side building setbacks as well as a building height of up to three stories for residential dwellings.

Location

Map showing location of proposed development

Statutory Public Meeting

The City of Peterborough will hold a Public Meeting at a meeting of the General Committee to consider the proposed Zoning By-law Amendment and Draft Plan of Subdivision under Sections 34 and 51 of the Planning Act. This notice will be updated with the date of the Public Meeting once it has been scheduled. 

If you wish to be notified of the decision of the City of Peterborough on the proposed Zoning By-law amendment and Draft Plan of Subdivision, you must make a written request to:

John Kennedy, City Clerk
City of Peterborough, City Hall
500 George Street North
Peterborough, Ontario K9H 3R9

Additional Information

For more information contact the Supervisor, Development Planning, Planning Division.

793 Crawford Drive

Application for Zoning By-law Amendment

File Number: Z2009

Owner: 1918318 Ontario Inc.

Applicant: Kevin M. Duguay, MCIP, RPP

Site Plan for proposed development

Development Description

The applicant is proposing to re-zone the property from R.1,4h,R.2,4h – Residential Districts – to SP.295 – Residential District with a “F” symbol to acknowledge the property's location in the flood plain and with By-law exceptions to:

  • Reduce the required minimum building setback from the east side lot line from 1.2 metres to 1 metre to reflect the existing condition; and
  • Increase the maximum lot coverage by open parking areas, driveways and vehicle movement areas from 30% to 50% to recognize the existing condition.

The dwelling on the property was originally constructed as a two-unit dwelling (duplex) in 1974.  Prior to the current owner's acquisition of the property in 2018, the basement of the building was converted to a third dwelling unit. The current zoning on the property does not permit a three-unit dwelling.  Consequently, the owner is seeking to re-zone the property to allow the three-unit dwelling to continue as a permitted use.

Location

Map showing location of proposed development

Statutory Public Meeting

The City of Peterborough held a Public Meeting at the November 9, 2020 General Committee meeting to consider the proposed Zoning By-law Amendment under Section 34 of the Planning Act. City Council considered the applications at its meeting of November 30, 2020 and denied the application.

Appeal

The applicant has appealed to the Ontario Land Tribunal under Section 34(11) of the Planning Act. Check the case status on the Tribunal's website for information on the hearing. 

Additional Information

For more information contact the Supervisor, Development Planning, Planning Division.

889 Western Avenue

Application for Zoning By-law Amendment

File Number: Z2013

Owner: Roger Steven Currier

Applicant: Kevin M. Duguay, MCIP, RPP

Site Plan for proposed development

East and West Elevations for proposed developmentNorth elevation for proposed development

South elevation for proposed development

Development Description

The applicant proposes to amend the zoning of the subject lands from the R.1 – Residential District to a modified R.2 – Residential District to facilitate the use of the lands for two single detached dwellings. It is the intent that the land be severed in the future, creating two lots, each supporting a single detached dwelling. The applicant also intends to relocate the existing detached garage to the rear of the existing dwelling on the northerly portion and to construct a new dwelling on the southerly portion of the lot.


A second driveway is also proposed to facilitate parking for the proposed lot on the southerly portion of the lands. Parking is proposed to be accommodated with two driveways (one per dwelling).

Location

Map showing location of proposed development

Statutory Public Meeting

The City of Peterborough will hold a Public Meeting at a meeting of the General Committee to consider the proposed Zoning By-law Amendment under Section 34 of the Planning Act. This notice will be updated with the date of the Public Meeting once it has been scheduled. 

If you wish to be notified of the decision of the City of Peterborough on the proposed Zoning By-law amendment, you must make a written request to:

John Kennedy, City Clerk
City of Peterborough, City Hall
500 George Street North
Peterborough, Ontario K9H 3R9

Additional Information

For more information contact the Land Use Planner, Planning Division.

1139 Water Street

Applications for Official Plan Amendment and Zoning By-law Amendment

File Numbers: O2103 and Z2104

Owner: 2687109 Ontario Limited

Applicant: Kevin M. Duguay, MCIP, RPP

Site Plan for proposed development

Development Description

The applicant proposes to amend the Official Plan and the Zoning By-law to facilitate the redevelopment of the lands known as 1139 Water Street to support a 6-storey, 52 unit residential apartment development. The Official Plan Amendment proposes a High Density Residential Designation in the Official Plan with a site-specific policy to allow a density that is equivalent to 149 dwelling units per hectare. The accompanying Zoning By-law Amendment proposes to implement the proposed High Density Residential Designation of the lands with site-specific zoning, including provisions to allow a reduced setback from the centre line of both Water Street and Marina Boulevard; reduced parking ration of 1 parking space per unit; one loading space and other site-specific regulations.

Location

Map showing location of proposed development

Statutory Public Meeting

The City of Peterborough will hold a Public Meeting at a meeting of the General Committee to consider the proposed Official Plan and Zoning By-law Amendments under Sections 17 and 34 of the Planning Act. This notice will be updated with the date of the Public Meeting once it has been scheduled. 

If you wish to be notified of the decision of the City of Peterborough on the proposed Official Plan and Zoning By-law amendments, you must make a written request to:

John Kennedy, City Clerk
City of Peterborough, City Hall
500 George Street North
Peterborough, Ontario K9H 3R9

Additional Information

For more information contact the Land Use Planner, Planning Division.

1180 Armour Road

Applications for Official Plan Amendment and Zoning By-law Amendment

File Numbers: O1902 and Z1909

Owner: 2160288 Ontario Inc.

Applicant: Kevin M. Duguay, MCIP, RPP

Shadow Study for proposed development

Site Plan for proposed development

Development Description

The applicant proposes to amend the Official Plan and Zoning of the subject lands to facilitate the use of the lands for high density, multi unit residential supporting a maximum of 76 units and a maximum building height of 7 storeys with surface parking facilities.

The application proposes to amend Schedule ‘A’ – Land Use of the City’s Official Plan to change the designation of the subject lands from ‘Commercial’ to ‘Residential”; change the designation of the lands on Schedule ‘E” to the ‘High Density Residential’ designation; delete Section 10.4.3.9 of the Official Plan related to the commercial potential of the lands; and change the designation of the lands on Schedule ‘N’ – Auburn North Secondary Plan, from ‘Commercial’ to ‘High Density Residential’. 

The application also proposes to amend the zoning of the lands from the SP. 245 – Commercial District and from the R.1,1e,2e,4e – Residential District to a modified R.5 – Residential Zoning District with site specific regulations related to minimum lot area per dwelling unit, minimum building setback from the side lot lines, maximum building height, maximum lot coverage by open parking, driveways and vehicle movement areas, and minimum parking space requirements. 

Location

Map showing location of proposed development

Statutory Public Meeting

The City of Peterborough held a Public Meeting at the July 6, 2020 General Committee meeting to consider the proposed Official Plan and Zoning By-law Amendments under Sections 17 and 34 of the Planning Act. City Council considered the applications at its meeting of July 27, 2020 and resolved to defer the application for the completion of an independent traffic study.

Appeal

The applicant has appealed to the Ontario Land Tribunal under Sections 22(7) and 34(11) of the Planning Act. Check the case status on the Tribunal's website for information on the hearing. 

Additional Information

For more information contact the Land Use Planner, Planning Division.

1597, 1607, 1619 and 1633 Lansdowne Street West

Application for Official Plan Amendment and Zoning By-law Amendment

File Numbers: O1904 and Z1913

Owner: 1494282 Ontario Inc.

Applicant: Kevin M. Duguay, MCIP, RPP

Site Plan for proposed development

Development Description

The applicant proposes to amend the Official Plan and Zoning of the subject lands to facilitate the use of the lands for a high density, multi unit residential development, supporting up to 187 units (Building A: 88 units; Building B: 99 units), together with ground floor commercial uses (Building A: 1350 square metres; Building B:1300 square metres).

The application proposes to amend Schedule 'A' – Land Use, from Commercial to Residential; Schedule 'I' – Commercial Area, by deleting the Service Commercial designation; Schedule 'E' – Residential Density, by adding High Density Residential to the subject lands; Figure 1 – Commercial Structure, by deleting the Commercial designation; and amend Section 4.2.4 (Policies for Specific Residential Properties) to add a provision to allow commercial and retail uses, including small scale office and clinic uses, limited to a maximum floor area of 2500 square metres, and facilitating a residential density of up to 185 units per hectare.

The application further proposes to amend the Zoning of the subject lands from the SP.268-244 – Special Commercial District zone to a Special Residential District zone to permit a mixed use commercial/residential development with a maximum height of 10 storeys (excluding any roof-mounted mechanical penthouse); a reduced parking ratio of 1.5 parking spaces per unit for the residential units; and site specific setbacks and regulations.

Location

Map showing location of proposed development

Appeal

The applicant has appealed to the Ontario Land Tribunal under Sections 22(7) and 34(11) of the Planning Act for failure to make a decision within 120 days. Check the case status on the Tribunal's website for information on the hearing. 

Additional Information

For more information contact the Land Use Planner, Planning Division.

1737 Sherbrooke Street

Applications for Official Plan Amendment and Zoning By-law Amendment

File Numbers: O1903 and Z1912

Owner: 1494282 Ontario Inc.

Applicant: Kevin M. Duguay, MCIP, RPP

Elevations for proposed development

Site Plan for proposed development

Development Description

The applicant proposes to amend the Official Plan and Zoning of the subject lands to facilitate the use of the lands for a medium density, multi unit residential development, supporting a maximum of 45 units (41 unit apartment building and 4 unit row housing) with a maximum height of 3 storeys for the apartment building and 4 storeys for the proposed row housing. It is intended that the apartment building be supported by surface parking facilities and the row housing units be supported by garage and driveway parking facilities. The subject lands comprise Phase 1 of an overall development concept for the property and the two abutting parcels to the east.

The application proposes to amend Official Plan Schedule 'E' – Residential Density, to the 'Medium Density Residential' designation to accommodate the proposed development.

The existing D.1 – Development District Zoning is proposed to be amended to a Special Residential District with site specific regulations. 

Location

Map showing location of proposed development

Appeal

The applicant has appealed to the Ontario Land Tribunal under Sections 22(7) and 34(11) of the Planning Act for failure to make a decision within 120 days. Check the case status on the Tribunal's website for information on the hearing. 

Additional Information

For more information contact the Land Use Planner, Planning Division.