Public Hearing - 68 Queen's Road

When: 
Wednesday, July 20, 2022 - 7:00pm
Where: 
Foran/Greene Room, Fourth Floor, St. John’s City Hall
Application

A Public Hearing will take place regarding an application to rezone land at 68 Queen’s Road to allow an Apartment Building.

 

Description

The St. John's Municipal Council adopted St. John’s Municipal Plan Amendment Number 1, 2022, and St. John’s Development Regulations Amendment Number 1, 2022, on June 28, 2022, and hereby gives notice of its intent to seek registration of the amendments from the Minister of Municipal and Provincial Affairs, in accordance with the Urban and Rural Planning Act.

 

The effect of the Municipal Plan amendment would be to re-designate land at the rear of 68 Queen’s Road from the Open Space District to the Residential District.  

 

The effect of the Development Regulations amendment would be to rezone land at the rear of 68 Queen’s Road from the Open Space (O) Zone to a new site-specific Apartment Harvey Road (AHR) Zone.  

 

To allow the proposed amendments to the St. John’s Municipal Plan and Development Regulations, an amendment to the St. John’s Urban Region Regional Plan is required. St. John’s Urban Region Regional Plan Amendment Number 1, 2020 is proposed to re-designate land at 68 Queen’s Road from Public Open Space to Urban Development. The Public Hearing for the Regional Plan amendment will be conducted simultaneously with the municipal amendments.

In conjunction with the amendment, the applicant is also requesting a 10% variance on overall building height. The proposed building height will be a maximum 16.5 metres from Harvey Road.    

 

Comment By

9:30 a.m. Monday, July 18, 2022

If no written objections are received, the Public Hearing may be cancelled in accordance with the provisions of the Urban and Rural Planning Act.

 

Public Hearing Time, Date & Location

In-person Public Hearing:  7 p.m. Wednesday, July 20, 2022

            Foran/Greene Room, Fourth Floor, St. John’s City Hall

 

As well, the City is offering an additional virtual session. All comments made during the virtual session will also be included in the Commissioner’s report to Council.

Registration required.

 

Virtual Session on Zoom:   7 p.m. Thursday, July 21, 2022.

Meeting Registration - Zoom

 

Comments

Provide your comments to the Office of the City Clerk including your name and address to cityclerk@stjohns.ca or P.O. Box 908, St. John’s, NL, A1C 5M2.

 

Comments received become a matter of public record and are included in the Council agenda for the date a decision on the application will be made. Any identifying information (including your name) will be removed prior to your comment being released publicly.  If you are writing on behalf of a group, organization, business, etc. and wish to remain anonymous, you must indicate as such with your submission.

 

Collection of personal information is authorized under the Access to Information and Protection of Privacy Act, 2015 and is needed to consider your comments on this application. Questions about the collection and use of your information may be directed to the City Clerk at 709-576-8202 or cityclerk@stjohns.ca.

 

Additional Information

Notices are sent to property owners within 150 metres of the application site. For more information call 709-576-6192, email planning@stjohns.ca or visit the City’s website (www.stjohns.ca) under “Public Notices”.

 

A copy of the proposed St. John’s Urban Region Regional Plan amendment, and Municipal Plan and Development Regulations amendment can be viewed at stjohns.ca, or Planning & Development Division, fourth floor of the John J. Murphy building (City Hall Annex), weekdays from 9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

 

The Newfoundland & Labrador Public Libraries have Wi-Fi available in the parking lot of each library location if a resident has their own device: Arts & Culture Centre (125 Allandale Road, St. John's), Marjorie Mews Library (12 Highland Dr, St. John's), and Michael Donovan Library (655 Topsail Rd, St. John's).

Location Map

Background Information

Land USe Assessment Report

Regional Plan Amendment