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City addresses development proposals

Prosperity Way

development

City council has approved development of a new five-unit retail building at 800-1185 on Prosperity Way.

The development permit 03-2014 was approved for Platform Properties Ltd. by council Tuesday, Aug. 19 following public opportunity to speak.

The new five-unit, 4,431.89 square meter (47,706 square foot) retail building at 800-1185 Prosperity Way, is subject to the restrictions and conditions outlined in the existing covenant registered on the property.

Two of the units are under construction.

Under the terms of the covenant, a building permit for the remaining three units will not be issued prior to a traffic impact analysis being completed.

 

Gibbon Street

townhouse application

A public hearing will be held in September on a proposal to build an eight-unit townhouse development on Gibbon Street.

Council received the rezoning application for the property at 533 Gibbon Street on Tuesday, Aug. 19.

The application involves rezoning the property from Medium Density Multiple Family Residential (R-4) Zone to Low Density Multiple Family Residential (R-3) Zone under Williams Lake zoning bylaw No. 1825, 2002.

The public hearing on the application will be held in city council chambers at 7 p.m. on Sept. 16.

For detailed information on city council meetings, visit www.williamslake.ca. Inquiries can be directed to Communications Co-ordinator Ken MacInnis at 250-392-8488.

 

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