The City of Calgary Land Use Bylaw 1P2007
PART 6: MULTI-RESIDENTIAL DISTRICTS
Division 5: Multi-Residential – At Grade Housing (M-G) (M-Gd#) District
605 The Multi-Residential — At Grade Housing District:
b has Multi-Residential Development that will typically have higher numbers of Dwelling Units and traffic generation than low density residential dwellings;
c has Multi-Residential Development designed to provide all units with pedestrian direct access to grade;
i provides landscaping to complement the design of the development and to help screen and buffer elements of the development that may have impacts on residents or nearby parcels.
f Sign — Class A; and
p.1 Urban Agriculture; and
611 The depth of all setback areas must be equal to the minimum building setback required in section 612.
612 1 Unless otherwise referenced in subsection (2), the minimum building setback from a property line shared with a street is 3.0 metres.
2 The minimum building setback from a property line shared with a street for a street-oriented multi-residential building is zero metres.
4 Unless otherwise referenced in subsection (5), the minimum building setback from a property line shared with another parcel is 1.2 metres.
5 The minimum building setback from a property line shared with another parcel for a street-oriented multi-residential building is zero metres, when the adjoining parcel is designated as:
614 The maximum building height is 13.0 metres.
615 1 Unless otherwise referenced in subsection (4), a balcony, deck , or patio must not be located in any setback area.
2 Each unit in a Multi-Residential Development and a Multi-Residential Development — Minor must have an amenity space:
4 A patio may be located between a street oriented multi-residential building and a property line shared with a street.