Bylaw 1/2017 - 11 Mill Drive Application for Redistricting
Presented by: Jessi Fry, Planner
That Bylaw 1/2017, being a bylaw to amend the Land Use Bylaw 9/2005, Schedule A, by redistricting 11 Mill Drive from Low Density Residential (R1) to Direct Control (DC), be read a first time.
PURPOSE OF REPORT
Administration has received an application to amend the Land Use Bylaw to change the districting of Plan 3159KS, Block 9, Lot 15 (municipally known as 11 Mill Drive), from Low Density Residential (R1) to Direct Control (DC) to accommodate a professional office use within the existing structure. The property is 0.07 hectares± (0.17 acres±). This report addresses both the Redistricting application and the Development Permit application.
BACKGROUND AND DISCUSSION
Note: Administration is not supportive of the proposed amendment, based on the reasons outlined in this report, and therefore does not recommend any additional readings of the Bylaw.
The parcel is located at mid block on the east side of Mill Drive in the established neighbourhood of Mission. The single family home at 11 Mill Drive is a brick house that was constructed in 1905. Also known as the Hebert Residence, it is catalogued on the St. Albert Heritage Inventory but is not protected as a designated heritage resource. As stated in the Heritage Inventory, the home is a one and a half storey vernacular style farmhouse, characterized by its exterior brick finish, steeply pitched roof, central front dormer, and wrap-around veranda. Photos are included as the attachment entitled Site Photos - 11 Mill Drive.
The lot fronts on, and has driveway access from 11 Mill Drive. There is currently no rear detached garage, or paved access from the laneway. The rear yard is grassy, with a chain link fence separating the yard from the laneway.
The lot is approximately 15 m (49 ft) wide by 45 m (147 ft) deep. The highe...Click here for full text