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Proposed Land Use Redesignation at 84 Silvercreek Crescent NW

Overview

On March 24, 2017, Gravity Architecture submitted an application on behalf of Habitat for Humanity to redesignation this property from Special Purpose – Future Urban Development (S-FUD) District to Multi-Residential – Contextual Low Profile District (M-C1d110) District to allow for redevelopment of the site to multi-residential buildings (e.g. townhouses or low-rise apartments). The property is located at 84 Silvercreek Crescent NW in the community ​of Silver Springs and is adjacent to Nose Hill Drive NW.

 The proposed M-C1 District would allow for:

  • a maximum of 38 units (an increase from the current maximum of one single-detached dwelling);
  • a maximum building height of 14 metres (an increase from the current maximum of 10 metres);
  • the uses listed in the proposed M-C1 designation.

Habitat for Humanity intends to develop 32 dwelling units on the parcel in a townhouse built form.

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Map

A map that outlines the plan area in relation to the community/neighbourhood.

84 Silvercreek Cresc map

84 Silvercreek Cresc map

84 Silvercreek Cresc map

Timeline

Any relevant past or future dates i.e. when the application was submitted, tentative timelines for CPC/Council, public engagement opportunities.

​Date ​Activity
​May 24, 2017 ​Application submitted
​May 24, 2017 to present ​Application under review
​June 29, 2017​ ​Public Information Session
5 p.m. – 8 p.m.
Silver Springs Community Association
5720 Silver Ridge Dr NW, Calgary, AB T3B 5E5
​TBD ​Calgary Planning Commission
​TBD ​Public Hearing of Council

Supporting Documents

Links to any relevant content, such as ARP, policies that impact the neighbourhood, studies that can be posted online.

Multi-residential locational criteria


​Criteria ​Subject Site
​Located on a corner parcel ​No
​Within 400 metres of a transit stop ​Yes
​Within 600 metres of an existing or planned primary transit stop ​No
​Located on a collector or higher standard roadway on at least one frontage ​Yes

Adjacent to existing or planned non-residential development or multi-unit development​

​Yes
​Adjacent to or across from an existing or planned open space, park or community amenity ​No
​Along or in close proximity to an existing or planned corridor or activity centre ​No
​Direct lane access ​Yes
 *Note these are general criteria for multi-residential development and are not intended to serve as a checklist of requirements.​

Affordable housing policies

Municipal Development Plan Policies:

​Section number   ​Policy details
​Section 2.3.1.b.i​ ​Promote a broader range of housing choice for all ages, income groups, family types and lifestyles by encouraging housing opportunities for low- and moderate-income households in all communities.
​Section 2.3.1.e Recognize and encourage affordable housing as an integral part of “complete communities”.
​Section 2.3.1.f.iii ​Create affordable housing by encouraging affordable housing serving families to locate in areas close to parks, schools, recreation facilities and commercial nodes​
​Section 2.3.1.f.iv. ​New development and redevelopment to incorporate affordable housing that is visually indistinguishable from market housing.
​Section 2.3.1.f.vii. ​Partnerships with developers, other orders of government and non-governmental agencies to pursue measures to ensure construction of affordable housing in multi-unit development projects, in new communities and within redevelopment areas​

Contact

Contact information for the File Manager.
Troy Gonzalez, RPP, MCIP
Planner | Community Planning
Planning & Development
The City of Calgary | Mail code: #8076​
Floor 5, Municipal Building, 800 Macleod Tr. S.E.
P.O. Box 2100, Station M, Calgary, AB Canada T2P 2M5​

T 403.268.2663 | F 403.268.3636 | Troy.Gonzalez@calgary.ca

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