Annual General Meeting
The city will be contacting residents of Island Park Drive about Zoning Changes related to the upcoming expiration of the NCC Covenants.
Please reference the FAQ prepared by the Community Association, linked below, as additional information to the mailing from the city.
ISLAND PARK COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION
Invites you to attend a briefing on Area Specific Zoning
Wednesday, February 21, 2018
6:30 to 8:00 p.m.
Kitchissippi United Church 630 Island Park Drive
Area Specific Zoning is a tool is being offered by the City to preserve a unique feature of our street – our 25 foot setbacks – that will no longer be protected once the National Capital Commission’s (NCC) covenants begin expiring in 2020.
When the covenants expire, the street will remain R1 (residential, single family). However, the normal setbacks for R1 are between 9.8 to 19.6 feet, considerably less than what we currently have.
Representatives from the IPCA, the City and Councillor Leiper’s office will be at this meeting to explain fully what ASZ is and listen to your feedback.
Can’t attend but have questions?
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Councillor Leiper: phone (613) 580-2485 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Ashcroft Homes is proposing an adaptive re-use of Les Soeurs de la Visitation Convent at their 114 Richmond Rd site, which would see the building partially demolished and encapsulated in glass, combining heritage and modern elements. The refreshed convent would see office tenants and mixed commercial. We invite you to join us to learn more about this proposed development during a community open house:
Wednesday, January 10
Van Lang Field House (29 Van Lang Pvt)
Information on the proposed development will be available from Ashcroft Homes, and City of Ottawa staff in both Heritage and Planning will be on hand to field additional questions
Here is a link to a softcopy of the newsletter distributed through the neighbourhood, updating residents on recent activities and news from the Island Park Community Association.
The association is making available a study that was conducted on traffic calming in 1996.
An interesting read.