Richmond Hill Public Meeting Nov. 4th.

A number of objections re 8 storey building at Bayview/Cartier

The Agenda has been posted for the November 4th Council Public Meeting.

Below is a synopsis of the 3 applications being presented. Additional information on each application is attached to the agenda.

Proposed 8 Storey building at 122, 124, 126 Cartier

An 8 storey building for 122, 124 and 126 Cartier Crescent. (Bayview just south of Crosby)

  • The applicant is seeking an increase in the maximum permitted density from 50 units per hectare (20 units per acre) to 451 units per hectare (183 units per acre); and, an increase to the maximum building height from 4 storeys to 8 storeys.

112 single detached dwelling units, 12 semi-detached dwelling units and 35 townhouse dwelling units for the Jefferson Sideroad/Harris Avenue area

  • A request for comments concerning proposed Zoning By-law Amendment and revised draft Plan of Subdivision applications

A zoning By-law amendment request for 93 Edward Avenue

  • The applicant is seeking Council’s approval to facilitate the conversion of the existing one-storey building to be used for a private school use (associated with the adjacent TMS Elgin Mills Campus) for a temporary period on the subject lands

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