PUBLIC NOTICE - Bathurst Planning Advisory Committee Meeting

PUBLIC NOTICE - Bathurst Planning Advisory Committee Meeting
  June 05, 2020

BATHURST PLANNING ADIVISORY COMMITTEE 

Tuesday, June 16, 2020 at 5:15 PM 

Note: Audio/Video Conference meeting 


PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Planning Advisory Committee will be considering the following applications at its next regular meeting:


605 Chaleur Street: Résidence Prestige Inc. has made an application to build an addition on the main building (phase 3). The building is presently a 70-bed special care home. With the proposed addition, the applicant wishes to increase the building to an 85-bed facility. The property in question is zoned Residential Density Three (R3). The proposed use is permitted subject to such terms and conditions as may be imposed by the Planning Advisory Committee pursuant to Section 4.2.3 A.(1)(d) of the City of Bathurst Zoning By-Law.

4.2.3 A(1)(d) one or more of the following conditional uses which are permitted subject to such terms and conditions as may be imposed by the Planning Advisory Committee pursuant to Section 34(4) of the Community Planning Act of New Brunswick. Where compliance with such terms and conditions cannot reasonably be expected then the use may be prohibited by the Planning Advisory Committee; 

(iv) a nursing home 


580 Parkside Drive: Mr. Michel Carron and Mrs. Marilynn Bossé have made an application to install a 32 feet by 16 feet swimming pool. The applicant wishes to install the swimming pool 15 feet +/- from the high tide-water line, creating a variance of 51 feet for the minimum setback from the bank of a stream or watercourse required under the City of Bathurst Zoning By-Law. 

The property is presently zoned Residential Single and Two Unit Dwelling and the City Zoning By-Law states that: 

3.16 GENERAL SETBACK FROM BODIES OF WATER  

3.16.1 Subject to the provisions of other relevant Municipal By-laws, Provincial and Federal regulations and, notwithstanding any provision of this by-law, no person shall erect a building or structure or carry out any other development in any zone within; 

  • a) thirty (30) meters of the bank of a stream or watercourse, or  
  • b) twenty (20) meters of the mean high tides in a tidal zone, unless  
  • c) Approved by the Planning Advisory Committee. The Planning Advisory Committee in reviewing the request shall ensure that any such developments are referred to the Provincial Department of the Environment for review and approval under the Watercourse Alteration Regulation under the Clean Water Act of New Brunswick. 


1073 Rockland Avenue: Mr. Eric Imough and Mrs. Marie Claude Imough have made an application to build an open veranda in front of their house. The addition will be 6 feet by 17 feet. The property is presently zoned Residential Single and Two Unit Dwelling. The proposed addition will be located 16 feet from the street line. The City Zoning By-Law states that “Verandas may be placed, erected or altered so that it is within 21 ft. of a street lot line”, creating a variance of 5 ft.+/-. 


1495 Bridge Street: Mr. Jacob Scott has made an application to subdivide one lot into three building lots; there is presently one house on the property. The purpose of the subdivision plan is to lot 2020-1, 2020-2 and 2020-3, and to identify an access easement in favour of lot 2020-3. Lot 2020-3 will not have frontage on Bridge Street and will use the proposed access easement as identified on the subdivision plan.

The Zoning By-Law states that “No person shall erect or use a building or structure or use any lot of land regulated by this By-law unless the lot of land to be used or the lot upon which the building or structure is situated or to be situated abuts or fronts on a public street or otherwise achieves satisfactory access to a public street as approved by the Planning Advisory Committee.’’  

Therefore, the city Planning Advisory Committee needs to approve the following variance before the Municipal Planning Officer can approve the proposed subdivision plan:  


1525 Bridge Street: Mr. Jacob Scott, has made an application to build a detached garage of 46 feet by 38 feet (1748 sq. ft.) on the proposed lot located at 1525 Bridge Street. There is presently no main building on this property.     

The property is presently zoned Residential Single and Two Unit Dwelling. The Zoning By-Law states that “an accessory building or structure may not be placed or erected on a lot prior to placing or erecting the main building or structure.’’ 

“The total square area of accessory buildings may occupy up to 8 percent of the lot area, to a maximum of 1076 square feet +/-”, creating a variance of 678 square feet over the total square feet of accessory buildings permitted. 

The proposed two-storey garage will be approximately 27 feet in height. The zoning by-law states that “all Accessory Buildings shall be limited to one storey in height and be no higher or larger in area than the main building”, creating a variance for second storey. 

The proposed detached garage will be built in the front yard of the future main building. The Zoning By-Law states that “No accessory building may be placed in the front and/or front yard of a main building”, creating a variance for the location of the proposed garage on the property. 


255 St-Adèle Street: Investissements Madisco Inc. has submitted a tentative subdivision plan to the City of Bathurst Municipal Development Officer for approval. The purpose of the subdivision plan is to create lot 2020-1 and lot 2020-2, and to identify an access and service easement in favour of lot 2020-2. The property is presently vacant and is zoned Residential Single and Two Unit Dwelling. The developer proposes to build a duplex on each lot. Lot 2020-1 will have 102 feet of frontage on St-Adèle. Lot 2020-2 will have a frontage of 18.4 feet on St-Peter Avenue and a 20-foot access and service easement on St-Adèle Street. The City of Bathurst Zoning By-Law Lot states that the minimum lot frontage for a duplex should be 75 feet, creating a variance of 56.4 feet for lot 2020-2. The Planning Advisory Committee needs to approve the variance before the Municipal Planning Officer can approve the proposed subdivision plan.


890 Sycamore Avenue: 674872 NB Inc. has submitted a tentative subdivision plan to the City of Bathurst Municipal Development Officer for approval. The purpose of the subdivision plan is to create lots 2020-1 and 2020-2.

The property is presently vacant and is zoned Residential Single and Two Unit Dwelling. The developer proposes to build a duplex on each lot. Lot 2020-1 will have 59 feet of frontage on Sycamore Avenue, and lot 2020-2 will have a frontage of 52 feet on Sycamore Avenue. The City of Bathurst Zoning By-Law states that the minimum lot frontage for a duplex should be 75 feet, creating a variance of 16 feet for lot 2020-1, and a variance of 23 feet for lot 2020-2. The Planning Advisory Committee needs to approve the variance before the Municipal Planning Officer can approve the proposed subdivision plan. 


23 Bayshore Drive: Mr. Armand Arseneault and Mrs. Monique Arseneault have made an application to reinstall a recreational vehicle on their property located at 23 Bayshore Drive. The property is zoned Waterfront Residential. The installation of a recreational vehicle in a Waterfront Zone is permitted from May 1st to October 30th and is subject to an annual application and to such terms and conditions as may be imposed by the Planning Advisory Committee pursuant to Section 34(4) of the Community Planning Act of New Brunswick. Where compliance with such terms and conditions cannot reasonably be expected then the use may be prohibited by the Planning Advisory Committee.


Anyone wishing to make a presentation before the Committee in regards to these applications is invited to inform the Department of Planning and Development before 4:00 pm, Friday, June 12, 2020 by calling 548-0457. The Planning Advisory Committee will meet at 5:15 pm, Tuesday, June 16, 2020 to consider written objections to the proposed land use. Anyone wishing to address the Committee on the written objections may do so at that time.



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