Notice of Public Meeting: Proposed Zoning By-law Amendment at 464 Cumberland St N

Posted On Monday February 25, 2019
Key Map
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The Public is invited to attend a Public Meeting, which City Council will be holding on:

Monday, March 18, 2019, 6:30 p.m.

Council Chambers, 3rd Floor, City Hall

500 Donald Street East

to consider the planning application detailed in the following pages.

Purpose of Meeting:

  • For the applicant to present the proposal
  • For interested parties to express their opinion about the proposal
  • For community input to be used to evaluate the proposal

Purpose and Effect of Proposal

The proposed Zoning By-law Amendment would:

  • Add Apartment Dwelling with a maximum of 3 dwelling units as a permitted use in the existing building on this site,
  • Recognize the building existing on the 18th day of March, 2019

Amend the general regulations of the Zoning By-law as they apply to the site as follows:

  • Establish a parking rate of 1.0 space per dwelling unit for an apartment dwelling with a maximum of three dwelling units in the existing building,
  • Establish any other development parameters.

The purpose and effect of this amendment is to change the zoning to amend the list of permitted uses in the "C4" – Arterial Commercial Zone to permit the conversion of an existing commercial unit into a residential unit. The building currently contains two dwelling units and a commercial unit. There are no proposed expansions to the building proposed at this time.

The applicant’s site plan and a key map of the subject lands have been provided.

Additional Information

The Corporate Report and Proposed Zoning By-law Amendment that will be considered at the public meeting will be made available for viewing on Wednesday, March 13th, 2019 at the Planning Services Division, Development & Emergency Services Department, 2nd Floor – Victoriaville Civic Centre, 111 S. Syndicate Ave. between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. and online here.   

For more information about this matter including information about appeal rightsor if you require accessible accommodations or materials, please contact G. Mason at (807) 625-2543 or

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