June 13, 2017 Public Hearing, Item 2: Bold Properties, Clarke and St. Johns Streets, west Moody Centre

June 13, 2017 Public Hearing, Item 2: Bold Properties, Clarke and St. Johns Streets, west Moody Centre

“Bold Properties (West Port) GP Inc. has submitted a Rezoning Application for the properties located between 2124-2130 St. Johns Street and 2127-2131 Clarke Street. The application proposes a townhouse development comprising 38 units in eight separate buildings.”

The site is currently 6 single family homes.

The developer has proposed to make a financial contribution to the City’s Affordable Housing Reserve Fund based on $2/ft2 of gross residential floor area. The contribution would amount to $114,408. The developer also proposes $20,000 to the City’s Public Art Reserve Fund.

For complete information, review the public hearing agenda available online here or here. Comments can be submitted in writing by noon on June 13, 2017 to clerks@portmoody.ca; you can also comment in person at the public hearing.

This item was on council’s recent agenda of May 23, 2017, and further additional information including public input can be reviewed from the April 4, 2017 Community Planning Advisory Committee (CPAC) material at this link: 2017 Committee Agendas & Minutes.

Update: Approved for third reading (unanimous). Fourth and final reading to follow at upcoming meeting. Staff to look into ability to establish a covenanted green buffer zone between new development and neighbours to the west.

Related on this site:
Port Moody planning updates — progress? (April 8, 2017)
Bold Properties — Community Information Meeting (38 townhomes) (March 16, 2017)

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