The City of Calgary Land Use Bylaw 1P2007
PART 5: LOW DENSITY RESIDENTIAL DISTRICTS
Division 4: Residential – Contextual Narrow Parcel One Dwelling (R-C1N) District
404 The Residential — Contextual Narrow Parcel One Dwelling District is intended to accommodate existing residential development and contextually sensitive redevelopment in the form of Single Detached Dwellings in the Developed Area on narrow or small parcels.
405 The following uses are permitted uses in the Residential — Contextual Narrow Parcel One Dwelling District:
g Sign — Class A; and
406 The following uses are discretionary uses in the Residential — Contextual Narrow Parcel One Dwelling District:
a.1 Assisted Living;
a.2 Backyard Suite;
h.1 Secondary Suite;
a the General Rules for Low Density Residential Land Use Districts referenced in Part 5, Division 1;
Number of Main Residential Buildings on a Parcel
408 The maximum number of main residential buildings on a parcel is one.
a 7.5 metres for a parcel containing a Contextual Single Detached Dwelling or Single Detached Dwelling;
b 9.0 metres for a parcel containing a Backyard Suite or Secondary Suite, unless otherwise referenced in subsection (c); and
c 7.5 metres for a parcel containing a Backyard Suite or Secondary Suite where:
c a parcel with a front property line shared with a street at a point where the street has a significant change in direction.
410 The minimum parcel depth is 22.0 metres.
411 The minimum parcel is 233.0 square metres.
412 Unless otherwise referenced in subsections (2) and (3), the maximum parcel coverage is 45.0 per cent of the area of a parcel.
2 Unless otherwise referenced in subsection (3), the maximum parcel coverage is 50.0 per cent of the area of a parcel where:
3 The maximum parcel coverage referenced in subsections (1) and (2) must be reduced by 21.0 square metres for each required motor vehicle parking stall that is not located in a private garage.
Building Setback Areas
414 The depth of all setback areas must be equal to the minimum building setback required in sections 415, 416 and 417.
Building Setback from Front Property Line
415 1 For a Contextual Single Detached Dwelling and a Single Detached Dwelling, the minimum building setback from a front property line is the greater of:
4 For an addition or exterior alteration to a Single Detached Dwelling, which was legally existing or approved prior to the effective date of this Bylaw, the minimum building setback from a front property line is the lesser of:
Building Setback from Side Property Line
b 3.0 metres on one side of the parcel when no provision has been made for a private garage on the front or side of a building.
3 For a corner parcel, the minimum building setback from a side property line shared with a street is 1.2 metres, provided there is no portion of a building except for a projection allowed in 337(3), located within 3.0 metres of:
4 The building setback required by subsection 2(b) may be reduced where the owner of the parcel proposed for development and the owner of the adjacent parcel register, against both titles, an exclusive private access easement:
a where the width of the easement, in combination with the reduced building setback, must be at least 3.0 metres; and
5 One building setback from a side property line may be reduced to zero metres where:
a the owner of the parcel proposed for development and the owner of the adjacent parcel register, against both titles, a minimum 1.5 metre private maintenance easement that provides for:
i a 0.30 metre eave encroachment easement with the requirement that the eaves must not be closer than 0.90 metres to the eaves on a building on an adjacent parcel; and
Building Setback from Rear Property Line
418 1 For a Contextual Single Detached Dwelling and a Single Detached Dwelling, the maximum building height is the greater of:
Motor Vehicle Parking Stalls
423 The minimum number of motor vehicle parking stalls is 2.0 stalls for a Contextual Single Detached Dwelling or Single Detached Dwelling, where either is located on a parcel with a parcel width less than 9.0 metres.