Planning hearings are held on the fourth Tuesday of every month at 6:00 pm in the RM of St. Clements Council Chambers, 1043 Kittson Rd., East Selkirk.
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For November 19, 2019 Planning Hearing
What is VO 158, 159 & 160, 2019 about?
These variances are to reduce the required 198 ft. (min.) site width in the “RR” Rural Residential Zone to 157.82 ft. (min.) for Proposed Lot 1, 170.29 ft. (min.) for Proposed Lot 14, and 74.70 ft. (min.) for Proposed Lot 15. These variances are a condition of the conditionally approved subdivision application S16-2662.
What is VO 161, 2019 about?
This variance order is to vary Section 188.8.131.52 of the Zoning By-Law 5-2002, which states that “no development or building permit shall be issued for a residence that does not have frontage on an approved all weather road or road for which a road construction development agreement has not been entered into”. If approved, this variance order is to allow for permits to be issued for existing buildings/structures on the subject property in the “A80” Agricultural General Zone.
Combined Zoning and Subdivision