D084222 & D1201222 Official Plan Amendment, Zoning By-Law Amendment, Draft Plan of Residential Subdivision on Sixth Street in Collingwood, ON

Project Description

560, 580, 590 Sixth Street Location MapOwner: 2579283 Ontario Inc., & 2288035 Ontario Inc.

 Agent: Georgian Planning Solutions, Krystin Rennie

Civil Engineer: Husson Engineering & Management, Paul Husson

Architect: CS & P Architects, Sam Spagnuolo

These applications are proposed to allow for the development of a residential subdivision consisting of 75 townhouse dwelling units and 272 units as part of two apartment buildings. 

These planning applications include:

An official plan amendment to redesignate a portion of the subject lands from Medium-Density Residential to High-Density Residential to permit a higher-density apartment development.

A zoning by-law amendment would rezone a portion of the subject lands from a Deferred Residential (DR) zone to Holding Twelve - Residential Fourth Density (H12 – R4) zone, Holding Twelve - Residential Third Density (H12 – R3-XX) zone, Recreation (REC) zone and Public Roadway (PR). The R4 zone would permit the proposed apartment buildings. The R3 zone would permit townhouse dwellings, while the exception provisions for the proposed R3-XX zone include site-specific provisions for a lot frontage of 6.0 metres, a lot area of 180 metres square, and a 2.74 metre exterior side yard setback. The H12 zone requires confirmation of adequate and functional municipal services prior to the holding provision being lifted by Council. The REC zone would permit the development of a proposed park. The PR zone identifies public streets.

A draft plan of subdivision would propose subdividing the subject property into lots and blocks for residential purposes. The Plan of Subdivision is proposed to consist of nineteen (19) blocks comprised of 75 townhouse dwelling units and one (1) block comprised of 272 units as part of two apartment buildings. The proposal also includes one (1) park block and two public roads proposed to connect to existing roadways, including Sixth Street to the north and an extension of Holden Street to the south.

August 25, 2022 Submission Proposal

Documents for Application Form for DPS,   Application Form for OPA and ZBA,   Site Plan,   Draft Plan,  PJRShadow and Tree Comments,   Capacity Allocation Chart,   Response Matrix,   Air Quality and Noise,   Architectural and Urban Design Report,     SWM FSR,   Dwg SW1 Grading Plan,   Dwg 2W2 Servicing Plan,   Geotechnical Investigation Report 2022,   Geotechnical 2018,   Ministry Approval Archaeological 2018,   Ministry Approval Archaeological 2021,   Phase One ESA,   Ph 1 ESA Update 2022,   Phase Two ESA 2022Stage 1 & 2 Archaeological Assessment Area B 2021,   Stage 1 & 2 Archaeological Assessment Area A and C 2017,   TIS 2022,   Site plan and Capacity Allocation Chart.

Municipal Information

Municipal Planner: Cassondra Dillman

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(TOC File Number D084222,  Official Plan Amendment Zoning By-Law Amendment, and a Draft Plan of Subdivision for the Sixth Street.  Posting Oct 18, 2022, Update Jan 6, 2023)

Comments: 
The comments above are made to the best of our knowledge using all the information and resources available at the posting time. The information contained herein is believed to be correct, however, the Town assumes no liability for negligence, inaccuracies, or omissions. For more information, please contact the Community Planner or you are welcome to request more information from planning@collingwood.ca during office hours of Monday to Friday between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.
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