As the proposal exceeds the maximum permitted FSR of 4.0, the owner has applied for a Zoning Bylaw Amendment and Official Plan Amendment. Click on the image below to see all four pages of the “Property Owner Letter”. The letter is to be delivered to neighbours within 120m. Comments are due by September 7, 2020 to the Planning Department.
This presentation from Planning and Strategic Initiatives Committee Chair Sarah Marsh was recently shared with our neighbourhood.
Heritage Kitchener will resume meeting on August 4th, 2020, where they will be discussing an application in our neighbourhood regarding demolition of 50-52 and 56 Weber St. W. See that post for details on how to submit comments on the application.
For details on other committees, see https://calendar.kitchener.ca/council.
Heritage Kitchener resumes meetings (virtually) at 4pm, August 4th. Included in the agenda is the consideration of applications for the demolition of two properties in our Heritage District, 50-52 Weber St and 56 Weber St W. Written comments can be submitted via Sarah Goldrup at Sarah.Goldrup@Kitchener.ca Written comments will be circulated prior to the meeting and will form part of the public record. Request for participation electronically in the meeting by contacting Sarah Goldrup. Delegates must register by 4:00p.m. on the business day prior to the meeting [Friday, July 31].
The staff report and Heritage Permit Applications can be seen at:
The slightly revised Heritage Impact Assessment can be seen at:
The Heritage District Plan is available at https://www.kitchener.ca/…/DSD_PLAN_HeritagePlanCivicCentre…
Following is the public review process of a Heritage Permit Application requiring Council approval. The public is permitted to submit comments, observe or speak before each decision-making body:
|Completed||Heritage Impact Assessment review at Heritage Kitchener|
Tues., Aug. 4th
|Heritage Permit Application review at Heritage Kitchener (via videoconferencing). Heritage Kitchener makes a recommendation to Council.|
Mon., Aug. 10th
|Planning and Strategic Initiatives Committee (PSIC) makes a decision on the HPA|
Mon., Aug. 24th
|Council considers PSIC’s report and votes on the HPA|