688 W 29th Ave rezoning application

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This application was approved by Council at Public Hearing on December 12, 2023

Building Example

We would like your feedback on a rezoning application at 688 W 29th Ave. The zoning would change from R1-1 (Residential Inclusive) District to RM-8A (Residential) District.

The RM-8A District allows for:

  • Stacked townhouses or rowhouses up to three storeys fronting the street; and
  • A floor space ratio (FSR) up to 1.20.

The application is being considered under the Cambie Corridor Plan.

The Cambie Corridor Plan identifies over 1,100 single-family lots for townhouses, creating opportunities for up to 8,200 units of this much needed ground-oriented housing type.

If approved, this site's zoning will change to RM-8A, an established zoning district. Any development on the site would be regulated by the District Schedule and accompanying design guidelines. This approach differs from a site-specific Comprehensive Development (CD-1) District rezoning.

The specific form of development (building design) will be reviewed through a future Development Permit process. Application drawings will be available for viewing and comment at that time.


Building Example

We would like your feedback on a rezoning application at 688 W 29th Ave. The zoning would change from R1-1 (Residential Inclusive) District to RM-8A (Residential) District.

The RM-8A District allows for:

  • Stacked townhouses or rowhouses up to three storeys fronting the street; and
  • A floor space ratio (FSR) up to 1.20.

The application is being considered under the Cambie Corridor Plan.

The Cambie Corridor Plan identifies over 1,100 single-family lots for townhouses, creating opportunities for up to 8,200 units of this much needed ground-oriented housing type.

If approved, this site's zoning will change to RM-8A, an established zoning district. Any development on the site would be regulated by the District Schedule and accompanying design guidelines. This approach differs from a site-specific Comprehensive Development (CD-1) District rezoning.

The specific form of development (building design) will be reviewed through a future Development Permit process. Application drawings will be available for viewing and comment at that time.