Westmount Presbyterian Church is proposing to redevelop its site.
|November 11, 2015||Westmount Presbyterian Church Rezoning Approved|
|October 19, 2015||October 19th City Council Meeting on WPC Development
Please note that as discussed in the public meeting at the WPC community meeting on September 28, the WPC’s application for rezoning will be discussed in front of City Council on October 19th. The Agenda indicates that the issue will come up at 2pm. Clicking the agenda item 5.1 will show 3 documents supporting the application. You can request the opportunity to speak during the meeting here.
|October 1, 2015||Multi-family Net Zero Emissions Project|
|October 1, 2015||Site Plan|
|October 1, 2015||Rendering from 109 A Ave looking north|
|October 1, 2015||Rendering of back of townhouse looking west|
|October 1, 2015||Rendering of back of townhouse|
|October 1, 2015||Rendering of front of townhouse|
|October 1, 2015||Rendering of one-way drive aisle|
|October 1, 2015||Rendering of church|
|October 1, 2015||Summary of Site Changes|
|September 28, 2015||Community Meeting at Westmount Presbyterian Church
“The building has been designed to achieve very close to net zero energy performance. The energy modelling so far indicates that the housing capable of being the first net zero energy multifamily building of this scale in Canada. The heating energy load on the building has been cut by over 50% by using very high levels of insulation, air tight, thermal bridge free construction with high performance windows and heat recovery ventilators. The roof has been designed to accommodate a photovoltaic electricity array that, combined with a geothermal system, is large enough to provide all of the heating, hot water, lighting and appliance energy of the course of the year.” Peter Amerongen
|June 21, 2015||Elevation diagrams of the proposal|
|June 21, 2015||List of Community Consultations|
|June 21, 2015||Proposed DC2 Zoning Bylaw|
|June 21, 2015||Rezoning Application and Fees|
|June 21, 2015||Rezoning Application Form|
|June 21, 2015||Site plan coverage of the proposal|
|June 21, 2015||Site plan of the proposal|
|June 9, 2015||Westmount Presbyterian Church Development Update
On June 9th, 2015 neighbouring residents to the Westmount Presbyterian Church received a letter to say that the WPC had submitted their application to rezone. A site plan, elevation and recap of the community’s feedback to the developers can be found on line at https://northglenora.org/development/westmount-presbyterian-church/. Residents interested in following progress of the application can find it at http://maps.edmonton.ca. The developers have committed to holding a public meeting for residents to reiterate the feedback they have received and how it has influenced their project. The meeting will occur in late August or September.
Your opinion regarding this application is important. If you have any questions or comments, please write, call or email:
|April 27, 2015||Intermet Housing is in the process of compiling and responding to the most recent round of community feedback on their proposed development. This should be complete by end of April, and will be submitted to the City of Edmonton along with their application for rezoning of the property. The submission package, including updated elevations, and how they have responded to community concerns through the pre-submission period will be included. They will ensure that the submission package is sent to the Community League.
Intermet has committed to at least one more community meeting to review community feedback and how they have responded to in in their rezoning application.
|December 15, 2014||The Community League received this pre-application notice (0.7 MB PDF) from the developers of the Westmount Presbyterian Church site. If you did not receive this notice and you would like to comment on the application, by January 6, 2015 please submit your comments to firstname.lastname@example.org so they can be included in the response to the application.|