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Public Notices - February 13, 2020


NOTICE OF APPLICATION

The following applications have been received by the City of London.  The Planning and Environment Committee will be considering these applications at a future public meeting, the date and time of which will be published in the Londoner.  If you have any questions or would like to provide comment, please see “Providing Comment” below.

1146-1156 Byron Baseline Road – The purpose and effect of this zoning change is to permit a 30-unit cluster townhouse development consisting of 24 3-storey stacked back-to-back townhouse units and 6 2-storey townhouse units. Possible change to Zoning By-law Z.-1 FROM a Residential R1 (R1-7) Zone TO a Residential R5 (R5-7) Zone to permit cluster townhouse dwellings and cluster stacked townhouse dwellings. File: Z-9172 Planner: C. Lowery (City Hall)

6 Cuddy Boulevard – The purpose and effect of this zoning change is to permit a concrete and asphalt batching plant. Possible change to Zoning By-law Z.-1 FROM a General Industrial (GI1) Zone TO a General Industrial Special Provision (GI1(_)) Zone to add a concrete and asphalt batching plant as a permitted use. The City may consider additional special provisions, including a parking rate for the proposed use. File: Z-9171 Planner: M. Vivian (City Hall)

185 Horton Street East - The purpose and effect of this zoning change is to permit a, 3-storey and 16-storey dormitory, for a total of 209 units, 296 beds and a density of (389uph). Possible change to Zoning By-law Z.-1 FROM Arterial Commercial Special Provision (AC4(11))  Zone TO an Arterial Commercial Special Provision Bonus Zone (AC4(__)/B__) Zone to permit a dormitory with 209 units and 296 beds with a density of 389 units per hectare. Special provisions to the AC4 Zone would permit a new definition of “Dormitory” applying only to the subject property reading means “a building or structure where residents have exclusive use of a bedroom but common facilities such as washrooms, kitchens, and common areas, and where each resident individually compensates the owner for providing the accommodation.” Increase maximum building height to 50.4m, a minimum rear yard setback of 5.50m, minimum east interior side yard setback of 2.37m, minimum west interior side yard setback of 0.98m, a maximum lot coverage of 51% and a reduction of parking to 27 spaces. File: Z-9167 Planner: S. Meksula (City Hall)
 

PROVIDING COMMENT

Your comments on these matters are important.  You may comment by phone, mail or emailing the planner assigned to the file you are interested in.  Mail should be directed to: The City of London, Development Services, P.O. Box 5035, 300 Dufferin Ave., London, ON, N6A 4L9.

Please note: Personal information collected and recorded at the Public Participation Meeting, or through written submissions on this subject, is collected under the authority of the Municipal Act, 2001, as amended, and the Planning Act, 1990 R.S.O. 1990, c.P.13 and will be used by Members of Council and City of London staff in their consideration of this matter. The written submissions, including names and contact information and the associated reports arising from the public participation process, will be made available to the public, including publishing on the City's website. Video recordings of the Public Participation Meeting may also be posted to the City of London's website.  Questions about this collection should be referred to Cathy Saunders, City Clerk, 519-661-2489 ext. 4937.

If a person or public body would otherwise have an ability to appeal the decision of the Corporation of the City of London or of the Approval Authority to the Local Planning Appeal Tribunal but the person or public body does not make oral submissions at a public meeting or make written submissions to the City of London before the application is adopted or approved, the person or public body is not entitled to appeal the decision.
If a person or public body does not make oral submissions at a public meeting or make written submissions to the City of London before the proposed amendment is adopted or approved, the person or public body may not be added as a party to the hearing of an appeal before the Local Planning Appeal Tribunal unless, in the opinion of the Tribunal, there are reasonable grounds to add the person or public body as a party.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
For more information about these matters, including information about appeal rights, contact Development Services, 6th floor, City Hall, 300 Dufferin Ave., London, ON, 519-930-3500, Monday to Friday, 8:30am-4:30pm.  The notices listed above indicate the office location of the files. Information for most subdivisions, condominiums, official plan amendments and zoning by-law amendments is also available at london.ca/planapps. Key maps for the lands described in these applications are not provided as they are available for review at the offices noted above.
*Please ensure you reference the File Number or address in all communications.

 

 

MINOR VARIANCES

The Committee of Adjustment for the City of London will meet on Monday, March 2, 2020 commencing at 1:40 p.m., on the second floor of City Hall, 300 Dufferin Avenue, London, Ontario for the purpose of hearing the following applications for Minor Variance to Zoning By-law Z.-1.

1:40 p.m. – A.011/20 – 845 Hellmuth Avenue, PLAN 242 PT LOTS 60,61 N/S ST JAMES, on the west side of Hellmuth Avenue, North of St. James Street. To construct an addition for a proposed single detached dwelling. To permit a rear yard setback of 3.0m whereas a minimum setback of 7.0m is required. To permit a north interior side yard setback of 0.7m, whereas a minimum setback of 3.0m is required. To permit a lot coverage of 49.8%, whereas a maximum lot coverage of 45% is permitted. To permit a building depth of 70% (20.2m) whereas a maximum building depth of 60% (17.3m) is permitted. To permit a garage width of 8.3m, whereas a maximum garage width of 3.3m is permitted. To permit an encroachment for an air conditioning unit 1.7m into the required yard with a minimum setback of 0.7m, whereas the maximum encroachment permitted is 1.5m with a minimum setback of 0.9m.

1:50 p.m. – A.017/20 - 3408 Frontier Avenue, PLAN 33M726 LOT 122, on the east side of Frontier Avenue, north of Pack Road. To enclose an existing deck. To permit a total lot coverage of 46.6%, whereas 45% is the maximum lot coverage permitted.

2:00 p.m. – A.013/20 – 778 Freeport Street, PLAN 33M671 LOT 123, on the south side of Freeport Street, west of Tribalwood Street. To construct a swimming pool. To permit a swimming pool with an east yard setback of 1.0m, whereas 1.5m is the minimum required. To permit a swimming pool with a south yard setback of 1.1m, whereas 1.5m is the minimum required. To permit a swimming pool with a west yard setback of 1.0m, whereas 1.5m is the minimum required.

2:10 p.m. – A.014/20 - 33 Britannia Avenue, PLAN 414 LOT 57, on the east side of Britannia Avenue, north of Riverside Drive. To widen a driveway. To permit a driveway projection of 2.9m in front of the house, whereas 2.0m is the maximum projection permitted.

2:20 p.m. – A.016/20 - 26 Ridout Street S, PLAN NIL PT LOT 5 E/S, on the east side of Ridout Street South, south of Horton Street East. To construct a porch. To permit an encroachment for a porch of 1.0m from the front property line, whereas the maximum encroachment shall be no closer than 3.0m from the front property line.

If you wish to be notified of a decision of the Committee of Adjustment, you must appear in person or by Counsel at the hearing and file a written request with the Secretary-Treasurer of the Committee of Adjustment.  An appeal from a decision of the Committee of Adjustment to the Local Planning Appeal Tribunal (LPAT) shall be filed within 20 days of making the decision. Any appeal must be filed with the Secretary-Treasurer of the Committee of Adjustment, in person at 6th Floor, City Hall, 300 Dufferin Ave., London, ON, or Mail to City of London, P.O. Box 5035, ON  N6A 4L9. 519-661-2489 ext. 4988.

 

 

HERITAGE NOTICES

Notice to Owners of Heritage Designated Properties – Owners of properties designated under the Ontario Heritage Act (individually designated properties and properties located within a Heritage Conservation District) who are considering alterations to their property may require Heritage Alteration Permit approval. Please contact the Heritage Planners’ office prior to undertaking any alterations to determine if a Heritage Alteration Permit is required. There is no fee for a Heritage Alteration Permit. Please contact one of the City’s Heritage Planners: heritage@london.ca, 519-661-4980.

London Endowment for Heritage – The London Endowment for Heritage, administered by the London Community Foundation, is accepting applications for grants for heritage conservation projects. Grants are available for Archaeological Heritage, Architectural Heritage, Cultural Landscapes, Movable Heritage, and Natural Heritage. The grant application deadline is April 7, 2020. Applications are available through the London Community Foundation website: www.lcf.on.ca.

 

 

 

 

 NOTICES


Notice of Public Information Centre for Two Cycling Infrastructure Projects:
Dundas Cycle Track and Dundas–Thames Valley Parkway (TVP) Connection

On Thursday, February 27, 2020, Londoners are invited to attend a Public Information Centre for two Dundas Street infrastructure projects designed to improve east-west cycling connections and better links to transit:

  • Dundas Cycle Track
    This project will connect Downtown with Old East Village by creating a permanent, separated east-west cycling route on Dundas Street between Wellington Street and Adelaide Street, and on William Street between Dundas Street and Queens Avenue. The project is part of the broader East-West Bikeway, designed to strengthen east-west cycling connections.
  • Dundas-TVP Connection
    Today there is a break in cycling infrastructure between Dundas Street and the TVP. This project will slightly shift the alignment of Dundas Street to better align the intersection and street with Dundas Place and create a continuous connection in the cycling network heading onto Dundas Street from the TVP.

Both projects are in the early stages of detailed design. The purpose of the drop-in Public Information Centre is to collect Londoners’ feedback to assess design options for each project. City staff and engineering consultants will be available to share information, collect input, and answer questions on both projects. 
All Public Information Centre materials will be posted on the City of London’s Get Involved website: getinvolved.london.ca February 28, and Londoners can submit comments or questions any time by emailing the project teams at the contacts listed below.
Event Details:
When:
Thursday, February 27, 2020, 4:30 – 6:30 p.m.
Where: Catholic Central High School (CCH), 450 Dundas St., Cafeteria
Transit routes: 2, 20
Bike parking: secure bike parking will be provided at the venue

Dundas –TVP Connection Contacts:
Andrew Giesen, C.E.T.

Senior Transportation Technologist
Transportation Planning & Design
City of London
agiesen@london.ca
519-661-2489 ext. 8486                                         

Sandra Hayman, P.Eng.
Associate – Office Lead, London 
IBI Group
shayman@ibigroup.com
519-472-7328 ext. 63003                           

Dundas Cycle Track Contacts:
Peter Kavcic, P.Eng
Transportation Design Engineer
Transportation Planning and Design
City of London
pkavcic@london.ca
519-661-2489 ext. 4581
Dwayne West
Senior Project Manager
WSP Consulting
dwayne.west@wsp.com
905-823-8500
NOTICE OF COLLECTION OF PERSONAL INFORMATION

The personal information collected at this event is collected under the authority of the Municipal Act, 2001, S.O. 2001, c. 25, and will be used to collect feedback on design options for two cycling infrastructure projects: Dundas-TVP Connection and Dundas Cycle Track. Questions about this collection should be addressed to the project lead, Andrew Giesen, Senior Engineering Technologist, at 300 Dufferin Ave., London, ON N6A 4L9. Tel: 519-661-2489 ext. 8486, email: agiesen@london.ca.

 

 

 

Notice of the Third Series of Open Houses
City of London Residual Waste Disposal Strategy
Environmental Assessment of the Proposed W12A Landfill Expansion

The City of London (the City) has initiated a study under the Environmental Assessment (EA) Act for a proposed expansion of the City’s existing landfill (W12A), which is expected to reach capacity in 2024. The service area for the landfill expansion is proposed to be enlarged to a regional area, which would include: the City of London, County of Huron, County of Perth, County of Elgin, County of Lambton, and County of Middlesex.
The City wants community feedback on the proposed expansion of the W12A Landfill and is hosting this third series of open houses as follows:

February 26, 2020
Royal Canadian Legion (Basement)
7097 Kilbourne Road, London
2 – 4 p.m. and 5 – 8 p.m.

February 27, 2020
Earl Nichols Arena (Hall)
799 Homeview Road, London
2 – 4 p.m. and 5 – 8 p.m.

It is proposed that the landfill expansion (including buffer area) will occur within the area on and adjacent to the existing landfill property.

At these open houses the public will learn about the EA process, the landfill expansion concepts (known as ‘Alternative Methods’), the evaluation of ‘Alternative Methods’, the preliminary selection of the ‘Preferred Alternative’, and how to stay involved in the EA process. Additionally information on the development of the City’s Resource Recovery Strategy will be available to the public.

A main focus of the open houses will be to inform the public and seek input on the Preferred Alternative for landfill expansion and to inform on the EA Process. Attendees will have the opportunity to have one-on-one discussions with City staff and the project consultant.

If you wish to be added to the project contact list, or have questions, please contact City staff/project consultant as noted below or visit the City’s website at getinvolved.london.ca/WhyWasteDisposal.

Jay Stanford, M.A., M.P.A.
Director - Environment, Fleet and Solid Waste
Phone 519-661-CITY (2489) ext. 5411
Fax 519-661-2354 
E-mail: jstanfor@london.ca                                              

Wesley Abbott, P. Eng
Project Manager
Phone: 226-376-2311
Fax:    519-661-2354
E-mail: wabbott@london.ca

Mailing Address for the above contacts is:

Solid Waste Management Division
City of London
8th Floor
300 Dufferin Avenue,
P.O. Box 5035
London, ON N6A 4L9

All personal information included in a submission – such as name, address, telephone number and property location – is collected, maintained and disclosed by the MOECC for the purpose of transparency and consultation.  The information is collected under the authority of the Environmental Assessment Act or is collected and maintained for the purpose of creating a record that is available to the general public as described in s.37 of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.  Personal information you submit will become part of a public record that is available to the general public unless you request that your personal information remain confidential.  For more information, please contact the MOECC’s Freedom of Information and Privacy Coordinator at 416-327-1434.

Veuillez noter qu’il vous est possible de nous communiquer vos commentaires ou vos questions sur le projet en français en les adressant à Trish Edmond dont les coordonnées sont indiquées ci-dessus.

Trish Edmond, P. Eng., EA Manager
Golder Associates Ltd
1931 Robertson Road
Ottawa, ON K2H 5B7
Telephone: 1-800-275-3281
Fax: 613-592-9601
E-mail: trish_edmond@golder.com