Notice of Public Meeting - November 9, 2020

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Take Notice that the City of Peterborough has received the following applications, and pursuant to Sections 17 and 34 of the Planning Act, R.S.O., 1990, c.P.13, the General Committee will hold a public meeting in the Council Chambers, City Hall at 6 p.m. on Monday, November 9, 2020: 

Map showing location of Planning Act applications

1. File: Z2005
Affected Lands: 520-540 Brealey Drive
Applicants: Life at the Brealey Inc. (Nirvana Homes) and Christian Victory Church
Agent: Kevin Duguay, KMD Community Planning and Consulting Inc.

The applicants are proposing to develop a portion of the church property at 520 Brealey Drive with a two-storey, 18-unit apartment dwelling that will be built in conjunction with an ongoing residential development at 540 Brealey Drive. To facilitate this, the applicants have requested that a portion of the site be zoned SP.317 to match the current residential development, that the residential zoning include zoning by-law exceptions to incorporate previous minor variances granted for the site, and that an exception be applied to the balance of the church property to reduce the amount of required landscaped open space along its property line.

2. File: Z2009
Affected Lands: 793 Crawford Drive
Applicant: 1918318 Ontario Inc.
Agent: Kevin Duguay, KMD Community Planning and Consulting Inc.

The applicant is seeking to have an existing triplex recognized as a permitted use by re-zoning the property from R.1,4h,R.2,4h – Residential Districts – to SP.295 – Residential District with a “F” – flood suffix and with zoning by-law exceptions related to building setbacks and parking coverage.

3. Files: O2001, Z2006
Affected Lands: 385 George Street North
Applicant: Richard Summers C/O TT8 INC
Agent: Joel Gerber

The applicant proposes to amend the Official Plan and Zoning of the subject lands to permit the redevelopment of the property for a five-storey, mixed use development. The ground floor area is to be used for commercial retail with floors two through five proposed to support up to 56 residential units. The applicant proposes to introduce site specific provisions into the Official Plan including a proposed increase in density. The applicant proposes to modify the C.6 – Commercial Zoning District with site-specific regulations relating to building coverage and building floor area ratio.

4. File: Z1916
Affected Lands: 109-127 Hunter Street East, 367 Rogers Street & Part of 124 Robinson Street
Applicant: 1297135 Ontario Limited
Agent: Kevin Duguay, KMD Community Planning and Consulting Inc.

The applicant proposes to amend the Zoning of the subject lands to permit the redevelopment and use of the property for a mix of commercial and residential units fronting onto Hunter Street East and two, three-storey, multi-unit residential buildings on the lands along the east side of the Rotary Trail and south of Hunter Street East. The redevelopment proposes a total of up to 97 residential units, together with approximately 1213 square metres (13,057 square feet) of commercial uses. The applicant proposes to modify the existing C.6 – Commercial Zoning District and SP.187- Special Commercial Zoning District with site-specific regulations relating to setbacks, landscape strips, building coverage, building floor area ratio and building height.
Additional information and materials relating to the proposed Zoning By-law and Official Plan Amendments may be obtained from the Planning Division, City Hall, (8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday to Friday).

Additional information about these matters, including information about preserving your appeal rights, can be obtained by contacting the following Planning Division staff members: Brad Appleby at 705-742-7777 ext. 1886 (Files Z2005, Z2009), Nicole Huculiak at 705-742-7777 ext. 1654 (File O2001, Z2006), or Caroline Kimble at 705-742-7777 ext. 1735 (File Z1916).

For more information about how to watch or participate in the public meeting, please contact the City Clerk’s Department at 705-742-7777 ext. 1820 or request to speak as a delegation by 11 a.m. the day of the meeting. Delegations must register due to limited seating availability in the Council Chambers.

A staff report will be available by 12 p.m. on Thursday, the 5th day of November, 2020.