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Dominion Land Use Redesignation Application



A combined land use redesignation  and development permit application for mixed-use development has been submitted for a site located in Bridgeland/Riverside at 1018 McDougall Drive NE.​

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Casola Koppe Architect, representing Bucci Developments Ltd. has submitted a combined land use redesignation and development permit application for the site at 1018 McDouglal Road NE. The proposed mixed-use development contains one building, with a commercial podium and two residential towers at 15 storeys high. A total of 347 residential units and approximately 850 m² (9153 ft²) of commercial space is proposed.

The land use amendment application (LOC2018-0059) was submitted in March 2018 to redesignated the site from the existing DC Direct Control District (DC2015d171) to a new DC Direct Control; the land use redesignation will allow for:

  • Mixed-use buildings (e.g. commercial storefronts with apartments or offices above);
  • Active, commercial frontages along 9 Street NE to promote activity at the street level;
  • A maximum building height of 50 metres (an increase from the existing 23 metres);
  • A maximum building floor area of 21,995 square metres, based on a building floor to parcel area ratio (FAR) of 5.3. This is not changing from the existing allowable 5.3 FAR.
  • Greater flexibility of massing options (break up massing into separate forms and instead of one large block) than is currently allowed;
  • Greater amenity space and development of unique and high quality architecture; and
  • The proposed redesignation would also require amendments to the Bridgeland-Riverside Area Redevelopment Plan (ARP) and the Bow Valley Centre Concept Plan (Chapter 9 of Bridgeland-Riverside ARP).

The development permit application (DP2018-3108) was submitted on June 27, 2018. The development permit application is under review in conjunction with the proposed land use amendment. The development permit will be reviewing details, including the proposed uses, building design, materials, and landscaping. Detailed planning issues like traffic, parking, loading, and servicing are also reviewed at this stage.

 
Floor Area Ration Illustration


proposed renderings for illustrative purposes only

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

 

Timeline

​Date ​Activity
​March 13, 2018 Land use redesignation application submitted to The City 
March - April 2018 Circulation of land use redesignation application to Community Association/neighbours and City's technical review 
April, 2018 City provides techncial review comments to the applicant on land use redesignation
June 27, 2018 Development permit application submitted to the City
July, 2018 Applicant submits amended land use redesigation application in response to feedback from The City
July - August 2018 City reviews applicant’s response to the land use amendment application and new development permit application
August, 2018 Calgary Planning Commission (CPC) reviews land use redesignation application and provides recommendation to Council
​October 9, 2018 ​Tentative date for City Council Public Hearing and decision on land use redesignation​
September/October 2018 Tentative date for Calgary Planning Commission to review the development permit application

 Supporting Documents

Municipal Development Plan

Transit Oriented Development Policy Guidelines

Bridgeland-Riverside Area Redevelopment Plan

Bow Valley Centre Concept Plan (Chapter 9 of the ARP)

Land Use Amendment Process​

Contact

For any questions about the planning process or this project, please contact:

Christine Leung
Senior Planner
403-268-3623 or christine.leung@calgary.ca

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