Stittsville Items at Committee of Adjustment

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At the Committee of Adjustment meeting on Wednesday, February 17 there are some Stittsville development applications which will be discussed. The Committee of Adjustment is a quasi-judicial tribunal appointed by City Council and is independent and autonomous from the City Administration.

 

Members of the public are welcome to attend the Committee of Adjustment meeting on February 17 starting at 9:00 a.m. at Ben Franklin Place, The Chamber, Main Floor, 101 Centrepointe Drive.  The agenda and report for the meeting is available here.

 

12 Meadowland Drive: The Owner wants to subdivide the property into three separate parcels of land. It is proposed to construct three one-storey detached dwellings, with one on each of the parcels. The existing dwelling and sheds will be demolished. In order to proceed, the Owner requires the Authority of the Committee for the Consent for Conveyances and Minor Variances from the Zoning By-law.

 

6176 (6130 & 6150) Hazeldean Road: The Owner wants to subdivide the property into three separate parcels of land. It is proposed to construct a five-storey mixed-use building with a residential care facility and rooming units on one parcel.  The other two parcels will remain vacant.   The proposed mixed-use building, as shown on plans filed with the Committee, will not be in conformity with the requirements of the Zoning By-law.  For more information on the development of the residential care facility please visit here.

5 Orchard Drive: In September 2015 the Committee approved an Application for Consent to convey a portion of this property to the abutting land owner to the south known municipally as 8 Sweetnam Drive.   The Owner now wants to convey a further portion of its property to the abutting land owner at 8 Sweetnam Drive, as well as a portion of its land to the abutting landowners to the south known municipally as 29 Cloverloft Court.

5661 (5705) Hazeldean Road: The Owner wants to enter into a long-term lease in excess of 21 years for a portion of its property which containing a retail store (Toys “R” Us). In order to do this, the Owner requires the Consent of the Committee for a Long-Term Lease.