D01-01-11-0013

Official Plan Amendment: This OPA was deemed to be required following the submission of the Plan of Subdivision application and subsequent circulation. The Purpose of this application is to permit relief from the OP, General Rural Area Policy 3.7.2 (6) (e), of the City's OP, which states that; "Subdivisions may not impede the ability of Villages and urban areas to expand over the planning period, and; may not be located within 1kilometre of an approved urban and Village boundary." The proposed subdivision, for which this Official Plan Amendment is prepared in support of, is to permit an 11 lot extension of the existing Jock River Estates subdivision. The proposed development is adjacent to the Village of Richmond boundary. The proposal involves the extension of the local road, known as Sangeet Place to accommodate the additional lots. The road is proposed to end in a cul-de-sac at the block of land owned by the City of Ottawa. View application on ottawa.ca

Send an official comment to the city regarding D01-01-11-0013.

WardWard 21 - RIDEAU-GOULBOURN - Scott Moffatt
Received2011-12-07
Updated2013-05-30
Address (Zoning) 471 Sangeet Place (RU)
Possibly related devapp(s) D07-16-09-0022 - Plan of Subdivision
Documents
Title Modified
Environmental Impact Statement & Tree Conservation Report - Revised 2013-05-30
Flood Plain Mapping 2013-05-30
Planning Rationale - Addendum 2013-05-30
Revised Draft Plan of Subdivision1 2013-05-30
Draft Plan of Subdivision 2013-05-30
Environmental Impact Statement 2013-05-30
Hydrogeological & Terrain Analysis 2013-05-30
Ministry Approval for Archaeological Resource Assessment 2013-05-30
Planning Rationale 2013-05-30
Planning Report Attachment #1 - 2013-05-30
Planning Report Attachment #2 - 2013-05-30
Planning Report Attachment #3 - 2013-05-30
Planning Report Attachment #4 - 2013-05-30
Preliminary Servicing Options Report 2013-05-30
Date Status
2013-05-28 OMB Appeal Withdrawn - Application Approved
2012-12-21 OMB Package Sent
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