Village of Pemberton Public Hearing Notice
Zoning Amendment Bylaw No. 883, 2020
Tuesday May 26, 2020, 9 am, Via Electronic Meeting (Zoom Webinar ID: 853 6574 7599)
What is Zoning Amendment (RTA-1 Text Amendment) Bylaw No. 883, 2020 about?
Bylaw No. 883, 2020 amends Zoning Bylaw No. 832, 2018 Residential Townhouse Amenity 1, Sunstone (RTA-1) Zone to permit the construction of duplex dwellings in multi-family developments.
What is the significance of the proposed Bylaw No. 883, 2020?
The RTA-1 zone is one of several zones created specifically to implement the Sunstone project. The zone permits the development of single-detached small lots, or multi-family townhouse developments. Multi-family units consist of three or more units in a single building. The application has been made as part of Sunstone Ridge Development Ltd.’s efforts to develop the Elevate at Sunstone project. To date, the Applicant has commenced construction of the first townhouse building; however, through the sales and marketing phase, the Applicant reports there is limited demand for two-bedroom interior townhouse units. The proponents submit however that there seems to be greater market demand for three bedroom, end units. The purpose of the amendment is to facilitate reconsideration of the Elevate at Sunstone project to amend the RTA-1 zone to facilitate the construction of a duplex multi-family project.If approved, the proposed amendment would not be specific to Elevate at Sunstone, but would apply to all lands currently zoned RTA-1 in Zoning Bylaw No. 832, 2018 or any future parcels which may be zoned RTA-1.
How do I get more information?
Copies of the proposed bylaw and relevant background documents may be inspected at the Village of Pemberton Office by contacting Administrative Staff by phone (604-894-6135) or email (firstname.lastname@example.org) to set up an appointment to view a copy at Village Office, 7400 Prospect Street during the office hours of 8:30am to 4:30pm, from Thursday May 14, 2020 to Tuesday May 26, 2020 (excluding weekends and statutory holidays) and also online at www.pemberton.ca.
How do I attend the electronic Public Hearing?
In order to participate by Zoom Video Conferencing, in addition to the meeting ID number set out above, attendees will need to first download Zoom on your computer or the Zoom APP on your phone, which is available at www.zoom.us (it is recommended that this is done and tested well in advance of the Public Hearing to ensure connections and functions work).
How do I provide feedback?
All persons, who believe their interest in the property is affected by the proposed Bylaw, shall be given a reasonable opportunity to be heard by Council at the Public Hearing by joining the Zoom Webinar as an “Attendee” and demonstrating their desire to speak (Raising their Hand), when instructed. Written comments must be addressed to “Mayor and Council” and may be submitted through one of the following methods prior to the Public Hearing (by 4:00pm on Monday, May 25, 2020):
Mail: Corporate & Legislative Services, Village of Pemberton, P.O. Box 100, Pemberton, BC, V0N 2L0
In Person: Corporate & Legislative Service Department, 7400 Prospect Street, Pemberton BC
Submissions received for the proposed Bylaw before 12:00pm on Wednesday, May 20, 2020 will be included in the Public Hearing information package for Council’s consideration. This information package will also be available on the Village website at www.pemberton.ca with other associated information on Friday, May 22. Submissions received after 12:00pm on May 20, 2020 will be presented to Council at the Public Hearing. At the conclusion of the Public Hearing, no further information on this topic can be considered by Council.
Sheena Fraser, Corporate Officer