D08-02-15/A-00321

Committee of Adjustment application
Ward
Received2015-11-18
Updated2015-11-02
Address (Zoning) 21 Hearing) (zoning unknown)
10 Simcoe (^_R3P)
Agenda Excerpt

RELIEF REQUIRED:
In order to proceed, the Owner requires the Authority of the Committee for Minor Variances
from the Zoning By-law as follows:
a) To permit a reduced rear yard setback of 19.69% of the lot depth or 6.0 metres

whereas the By-law states that a rear yard setback must be a minimum of 25% of the
lot depth or, in this case, 7.62 metres, however it need not exceed 7.5 metres.

b) To permit a reduced rear yard area of 19.69% of the lot area or 73.16 square metres

whereas the By-law requires a minimum rear yard area of 25% of the lot area or, in
this case, 92.9 square metres.

c) To permit tandem parking in the driveway (two parking spaces to be located one

behind the other) whereas the By-law states, in part, that parking, queuing and
loading spaces and all driveways and aisles leading to those spaces must not be
obstructed.
THE APPLICATION indicates that the Property is not the subject of any other current
application under the Planning Act.

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(Adjourned from Oct. 21 to Nov. 18)
MINOR VARIANCE/PERMISSION APPLICATION
Under Section 45 of the Planning Act
To be held on Wednesday, October 21, 2015, starting at 1:00 p.m.
Ben Franklin Place, The Chamber, Main Floor, 101 Centrepointe Drive
File No.:
Owner(s):
Location:
Ward:
Legal Description:
Zoning:
Zoning By-law:

D08-02-15/A-00321
Farah Huq
10 Simcoe Street
17 - Capital
Part of Lots 56 and 57, Reg. plan 97162
R3P
2008-250


PURPOSE OF THE APPLICATION:
The Owner wants to demolish the existing one-storey dwelling and construct a three-storey
detached dwelling on this property, as shown on plans filed with the Committee.
RELIEF REQUIRED:
In order to proceed, the Owner requires the Authority of the Committee for a Minor Variance
from the Zoning By-law to permit reduced front yard setback of 3.55 metres whereas the
By-law requires a minimum front yard setback to be the average of the existing front yard
setbacks of the abutting lots on which the buildings front the same street. In this case, the
application indicates that the average front yard setback is 4.52 metres.
THE APPLICATION indicates that the Property is not the subject of any other current
application under the Planning Act.


Date Status
2015-11-18 Appearance on CoA agenda, panel 1

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