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Development Variance Permit 21.01

 In Community, Public Hearing

Development Variance Permit 21.01

 

676 Taynton Bay Drive, Invermere.

Lot 1 District Lots 216 and 1007, Kootenay District Plan EPP45632.

PID 029-496-292

Notice is hereby given to property owners within 50 metres of the subject property indicated above.   Property owners are required to provide all tenants, leaseholders, and occupants with a copy of this notice.

The District of Invermere is considering a Development Variance Permit application by Oliver Trpcic and Tanya Childs to:

 

  1. Vary Section 5.9(3)(d) of Zoning Bylaw 1145, 2002, minimum Principle structure setbacks within the R-3 Cluster Development Zone, to the R-1 Single Family Residential Principle structure minimum setbacks, Section 5.3(3)(d) of Zoning Bylaw 1145, 2002 as summarized in Table 1:

 

Table 1:

Principle Buildings and structures from: From: R-3 Setbacks To: R-1 Setbacks
Front Parcel Line 3.0m minimum – 4.5 m maximum 4.5m minimum
Rear Parcel Line 7.5m minimum 6.0m minimum
Internal Parcel Line 1.2m minimum 1.5m minimum

 

To accommodate the construction of a single-family residence.

Council will consider the Development Variance Permit at its regular meeting of Council on March 23, 2021.  If you believe that this permit affects your interest in the property, you may fax written comments to (250) 342-2934, email to planning@invermere.net  or drop them off at the District of Invermere Office, by Tuesday, March 23, 2021 at 4:30 pm.

You may inspect the proposed Development Permit DVP 21.01 at the District of Invermere web site  https://invermere.net/news/

To obtain more information, please contact Rory Hromadnik, Director of Development Services at (250) 342 9281, ext. 1235 or planning@invermere.net

DATED this 1st day of March, 2021.

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