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Section 7 - Annexes

With the exception of Annex 1, Annex 8A to 8D and Annex 12 and Annex 15, the annexes are not part of the plan. They are provided as information to help the reader understand the policies in the plan. [Amendment 69, November 26, 2008] [Amendment #76, OMB File #PL100206, June 12, 2012]

Annex 1 – Road Classification and Rights-of-Way [ PDF 760 KB ]

Annex 2A– Watershed and Subwatershed [ PDF 2.93 MB]
Annex 2B - Subwatershed Studies and Environmental Plans  [ PDF 2.93 MB]

Annex 3 – Design Framework [ PDF 302 KB ]

Annex 4 – Heritage Conservation Districts [ PDF 2.19 MB ]

Annex 5 – Urban Areas Subject to a Community Design Plan or Policy Plan [ PDF 1.3 MB ]

Annex 6 – Secondary Plans and Site-Specific Policies [ PDF 2.35 MB ]

Annex 7 – Rural, Village Plans [ PDF 1.64 MB ]

Annex 8A – Central Area Key Viewpoints of the Parliament Buildings and Other National Symbols [ PDF 216 KB ]

Annex 8B – Central Area Maximum Building Heights/Angular Planes [ PDF 1.44 MB ]

Annex 8C – LeBreton Flats Foreground View Control Planes [ PDF 1.29 MB ]

Annex 8D – Central Area Maximum Building Heights [ PDF 1.99 MB ]

Annex 9 – Central Area Gateways, Nodes and Distinctive Streets [ PDF 1.67 MB ]

Annex 15 – Urban Expansion Areas – Methodology for Determining and Evaluating Candidate Areas [ PDF 35.2KB ]

Annex 10 – Land Use Constraints Due to Aircraft Noise [ PDF 512 KB ]

Annex 11 – Downtown Ottawa Urban Design Strategy, Targeted Strategies [ PDF 2.94 MB ]

Annex 12 – Viewshed Area of the Parliament Buildings from Beechwood Cemetary [PDF 256 KB]

Annex 13 – Official Plan Amendments

Annex 15 – Urban Expansion Areas – Methodology for Determining and Evaluating Candidate Areas [ PDF 35.2 KB ]
Annex 17 - Development Zone of Influence [PDF 538 KB]

Annex 1 - Road Classification and Rights-of-Way

This annex describes road classifications for City roads that, other than local roads, are illustrated on Schedules E to H. Rights-of-way protection requirements for various roads are described in Table 1 of this annex.

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Annex 3 - Design Framework

Annex 3, entitled ‘Design Framework’, contains a number of Design Considerations, which provide suggestions on how the Design Objectives and Principles in S.2.5.1 of the Official Plan could be met.

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Annex 8A - Central Area Key Viewpoints of the Parliament Buildings and Other National Symbols

Annex 8A
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The following describes the location of the key fixed viewpoints shown on Annex 8A – Central Area Key Views and View Sequences of the Parliament Buildings and Other National Symbols.

   

Key Views

Location

1*

The centreline of Sussex Drive where it intersects with the centreline of the MacDonald-Cartier Bridge.

2

Approximately mid-point along Sussex Drive between the MacDonald-Cartier Bridge and Boteler Street.

3

Sussex Drive at the forecourt of the National Gallery.

4

The summit of Nepean Point.

5

The ascending ramp of the boardwalk along the Alexandra Bridge, just east of Rue Laurier in Gatineau.

6*

The high point of the ramp of the Alexandra Bridge boardwalk, where a pedestrian obtains the first panoramic view of the Parliament Buildings and other national symbols.

7

Approximately mid-point on the Alexandra Bridge.

8

The mid-point on the Alexandra Bridge to the viewing platform at the south end of the Alexandra Bridge.

9

The viewing platform at the south end of Alexandra Bridge.

10

The terrace level in front of the Museum of Civilization in Gatineau.

11

The viewing platform in front of the Museum of Civilization at the edge of the Ottawa River in Gatineau.

12*

The intersection of the Portage Bridge and Rue Laurier in Gatineau.

13

The mid-point of the Portage Bridge, between Gatineau and Victoria Island.

14

On the Portage Bridge, south of Victoria Island.

15

The eastern end of Victoria Island.

16

The point on the Ottawa River Parkway above the CPR tracks from which the traveller approaching from the west obtains the best view of the Parliament Buildings and other national symbols.

17

A point on Nicholas Street north of the Queensway exit, from which the traveller first obtains a clear view of the silhouette of the Parliament Buildings, representing the beginning of a continuous sequence of views moving north along Nicholas Street.

18

The viewing platform on the Mackenzie King Bridge above the Rideau Canal.

19

York Street at By Ward Street.

20

York Street at Sussex Drive.

21

Metcalfe Street at Sparks Street.

* Key Views No.1 and No.6 are the controlling viewpoints for the Background Area west of the Canal; Key View No.12 is the controlling viewpoint for the Background Area east of the Canal.

Annex 11 - Downtown Ottawa Urban Design Strategy, Targeted Strategies

[Amendment 24, May 11, 2005]

National Capital Commission (NCC) - Core Area Concept of Canada's Capital

  1. LeBreton Flats
  2. Sparks Street Area
  3. Bank Street Axis
  4. Chaudière and Victoria Islands
  5. Gatineau Park Connection
  6. Scott Paper

City of Ottawa

  1. Escarpment Park (in collaboration with the NCC)
  2. Escarpment Park District (in collaboration with the NCC)
  3. Redevelopment of the Ottawa Technical High School Site (in collaboration with the Ottawa-Carleton District School Board)
  4. Urban Open Space Program
  5. Laurier Avenue Beautification
  6. Albert and Slater Streets Beautification
  7. The Interface District (in collaboration with the NCC):
    1. Canada's Urban Culture: Bay/Lyon/Kent/Bank/O'Connor/Metcalfe/Elgin
    2. Sparks Street
    3. Queen Street
  8. Public Realm Design Competition
  9. ByWard Market Centre Standardization and Theming
  10. Conversion/ Removal/Remodeling of the ByWard Parking Garage
  11. Heritage Restoration Program: St Patrick and Murray Streets/Parent and Guigues Avenues
  12. Eastern Market Reurbanization Area
  13. Re-image York Street and George Street
  14. Dalhousie as a Main Street
  15. Rideau Centre/Congress Centre Facade Improvement Program
  16. Rideau Street Beautification
  17. Colonel By Redesign (in collaboration with the NCC)
  18. Heritage Asset Protection and Street Theming Program
  19. King Edward South Beautification (in collaboration with the University of Ottawa)
  20. Cumberland Street Beautification
  21. Urban Grid Reconstruction Area: Nicholas/Laurier/MacKenzie/Waller/Rideau
  22. University Planning Program (in collaboration with the University of Ottawa)
  23. Elgin Street Beautification
  24. Lisgar Street Beautification
  25. Open Space Expansion and Narrowing of Elgin Street (in collaboration with the NCC)
  26. Heritage District Open Space Enhancement (in collaboration with the NCC)
  27. Canal Edge Treatment (in collaboration with the NCC and Parks Canada)
  28. Re-Imaging and Integration of the Queen Elizabeth Driveway Arrival Sequence (in collaboration with the NCC)
  29. Central Park on the Canal Design Competition (in collaboration with the NCC)
  30. Civic Street Beautification and Streetscaping
    1. Elgin Street
    2. O'Connor Street
    3. Somerset Street
  31. Metcalfe Gateway and Canadian Museum of Nature Block Restoration (in collaboration with the NCC)
  32. Urban Open Space Program
  33. Bank Street Beautification
  34. Bank Street Corridor Intensification Program
  35. Urban Open Space Program

 Downdown Ottawa Urban Design Strategy, Location Map

Annex 13 - Official Plan Amendments - Ottawa Official Plan

2003

Amend No.

By-law No.

Application Name

Intent

Changes to Volume 1

Changes to Volume 2

Date Adopted

Status

1

2003-435

6043 Hazeldean Road

Changes the Employment Area designation to General Urban Area

Schedule B

 

Sept 3, 2003
PED
Report 54


Council Minutes 57

Appeal received then withdrawn

2

2003-421

Lebreton Flats

Modifies the Central Area Secondary Plan to change policies for Lebreton Flats

 

2A -Central Area

Sept 3, 2003
PDC
Report 42B


Council Minutes 46

No appeals received

3

2003-428

7 Deacon Street

Permits a place of worship

Section 3.6.5; 4.8.7

 

Sept 3, 2003
PDC
Report 56


Council Minutes 59

Approved by OMB

4

2003-487

2 Crestway Drive

Changes the designation from Greenway to Mixed Density Residential Use

 

2A- Nepean Area 4, 5, 6

Sept 24, 2003
PDC
Report 54


Council Minutes 57

No appeals received

5

2003-479

Jockvale Golf Course Community

Extends residential development in the Jockvale Golf Community

 

2A- Nepean Area 12 A

Sept 24, 2003
PDC
Report 57


Council Minutes 60

No appeals received

2004

Amend No.

By-law No.

Application Name

Intent

Changes to Volume 1

Changes to Volume 2

Date Adopted

Status

6

2004-54

412 Nepean Street

Changes the land use designation from Public/Institutional to Residential-Medium Profile

 

2A- Centretown

Feb 11, 2004
PDC
Report 2A


Council Minutes 5

No appeals received

7

2004-261

Carp Road Corridor Rural Employment Area

Designates the Carp Road Corridor Rural Employment Area and includes new policies in Section 3.7.5

Section 3.7.5Annex 1 – table 3Schedule A

 

June 9, 2004
PEC
Report 11


Council Minutes 14

No appeals received

8

2004-347

Village of Carp

Deletes the reference to Carp in the village plans in Volume 2C

Section 2.5.7

2C- village plans for “Carp, Constance Bay, Dunrobin, Fitzroy Harbour, Galetta, Kinburn”

July 14, 2004
PEC
Report 13


Council Minutes 15

No appeals received

9

2004-403

Montfort Woods

Changes the designation from General Urban Area to Urban Natural Features”

Schedule B

 

Sept 8, 2004
PEC
Report 15A


Council Minutes 18

No appeals received

10

2004-368

Affordable Housing Policies

Modifies Affordable Housing policies

Section 2.5.2; 3.1.1; 5.2.1.6

 

Aug 25, 2004
PEC
Report 12


Council Minutes 15

Approved by OMB

11

2004-344

3376 Woodroffe Avenue

Permits the development of a place of worship

 

2A- Nepean Area 4, 5, 6

July 14, 2004
PEC
Report 13


Council Minutes 16

No appeals received

12

2004-413

Housekeeping

Makes corrections and minor policy changes to the Official Plan

Section 2.2.2; 3.6.7; 4.8.4; 4.8.7Annex 9Schedule B; D; K

2A – Carleton Heights

Sept 8, 2004
PEC
Report 15A


Council Minutes 18

Appeal received then withdrawn

13

2004-414

Housekeeping

Makes corrections and minor policy changes to the Official Plan

Section 2; 3; 4New Annex 2, renumber existing;Schedule K

2A – Longfields

Sept 8, 2004
PEC
Report 15A


Council Minutes 18

Appeal received then withdrawn

14

2004-415

Housekeeping

Makes corrections and minor policy changes to the Official Plan

Section 2; 3; 4Schedule A ; B ; C ; D ; E ; F ; G ; I; J; K

2A – Central Area2B – Kanata Town

Sept 8, 2004
PEC
Report 15A


Council Minutes 18

Appeal received then withdrawn

15

2004-416

HousekeepingCorrections to Annex 1

Makes corrections and minor policy changes to the Official Plan

Annex 1

 

Sept 8, 2004
PEC
Report 15A


Council Minutes 18

Appeal received then withdrawn

16

2004-523

Kanata Special Study Area

Changes and redefines the land uses for the Special Study Area in Kanata

Section 3.11Schedule A; B

 

Nov 10, 2004
PEC
Report 17


Council Minutes 17

Approved by OMB Schedules A & B revised

17

2004-538

Downtown Design Strategy

Designates all streets within the downtown area as Design Control Highways

Section 5.2.6New Schedule L

 

Nov 24, 2004
PEC
Report 16


Council Minutes 19

No appeals received

18

2004-577

180 Corkstown Road

Changes the designation from Greenbelt Rural to General Urban Area

Schedule B

 

Dec 8, 2004
PEC
Report 18


Council Minutes 21

Approved by OMB Decision/Order No. 1679, issued June 29, 2005.

 

2005

Amend No.

By-law No.

Application Name

Intent

Changes to Volume 1

Changes to Volume 2

Date Adopted

Status

19

2005- 23

Rideau Street

Adopts a new policy framework for the south side of Rideau Street

 

2A- Sandy Hill

Jan 12, 2005
PEC
Report 22


Council Minutes 26

Approved by OMB Files PL050192 and PL070393 issued on April 07, 2009

20

2005- 21

Elgin Street

Adopts a new policy framework for the Elgin Street Study Strategic Plan

 

2A – Centretown

Jan 12, 2005
PEC
Report 22


Council Minutes 26

Approved by OMB – part of designation repealed

21

2005- 36

3400 & 3428 Woodroffe

Changes the designation from Private Services Residential to Transition Residential

 

2A- Nepean Area 4, 5, 6

Feb 9, 2005
PEC
Report 22


Council Minutes 26

No appeals received

22

2005-109

Village of Greely

Deletes the reference to Greely in the village plan in Volume 2C

 

2C- village plan for “Greely, Kenmore, Marionville, Osgoode, Vernon”

Feb 23, 2005
PEC
Report 24


Council Minutes 29

No appeals received

23

2005-158

Jockvale Golf Course (Area 13)

Extends residential development in the Jockvale Golf Community (Area 13)

 

2A – new Secondary PlanJockvale Golf Course –Area 13

April 13, 2005
PEC
Report 25


Council Minutes 30

No appeals received

24

2005-252

Downtown Ottawa Urban Design Strategy

Provides design guidance to achieve compatible infill development and an improved downtown living environment

Section 3.6.6

2A – Central Area;Centretown; Sandy Hill

May 25, 2005
PEC
Report 27B


Council Minutes 32

No appeals received

25

2005-200

4401 Fallowfield Road

Adds commercial and accessory uses to Prestige Business Park designation

 

2A – Nepean – Areas 9 & 10

April 27, 2005
PEC
Report 27B


Council Minutes 32

Appeal received then withdrawn

26

 

Walkley & Conroy Road Loblaws

Change the designation from ‘Employment Area’ to ‘General Urban Area’

Section 3.6.1 policy 4Schedule B

 

June 8, 2005 Sept 21, 2006
 

Refused by Council Approved by OMB

27

2005-349

138 Somerset Street West

Changes the designation from ‘District Commercial Area’ to Residential Area – Medium Density

 

2A- Centretown Secondary Plan

July 13, 2005
PEC
Report 30A


Council Minutes 35

No appeals received

28

2005-351

Retail Policies

To address the 26 appeals that had been filed on the retail and commercial policies in the Official Plan

Sections 2.1; 2.2; 2.5.1; 2.5.6; 3.6.1; 3.6.2; 3.6.3; 3.6.5; 3.6.7; 4.11; Schedule Bannex 3

 

July 13, 2005
PEC
Report 30B


Council
Minutes 35

Approved/ Revised/Appeal Outstanding

Revised by OMB Decision/Order No. 1360 issued May 14, 2007

29

2005-313

Riverside South CDP

Changes the designation of lands subject to the Riverside South Community Design Plan

Schedule B

 

June, 22, 2005
PEC
Report 31


Council
Minutes 35

Approved by OMB

30

2005-340

Leitrim CDP

Changes the designation from ‘Employment Area’ to General Urban Area’

Schedule B

 

July 13, 2005
PEC
Report 32


Council
Minutes 37

No Appeals received

31

2005-341

5309 Bank Street

Changes the designation from ‘Rural Natural Features’ and ‘General Rural Area’ to ‘Limestone Resource Area’

Schedule A

 

July 13, 2005
PEC
Report 32


Council
Minutes 37

Approved by OMB Order 0949 issued on March 29, 2006

32

2005-347

5271 Fernbank Road

Site specific policy to accommodate semi-detached dwellings as part of the housing mix in the Kanata South Business Park

Section 3.6.5Add policy 8g)

 

July 13, 2005
PEC
Report 34


Council
Minutes 37

No appeals received

33

2005-368

6303 Hazeldean Rd.

Site specific policy to permit retail to permit 11,000 sq m of retail/commercial space

Section 3.6.1 Add policy 9

 

August 24 2005
PEC
Report 33A


Council
Minutes 38

Appeal received then withdrawn

34

2005-402

2761 Moodie Drive

Creates a site specific policy to permit the severance of a lot and to permit and institutional use within the Agricultural Resource Area

Section 3.7.3 Add policy 20

 

Sept. 14, 2005
PEC
Report 34


Council
Minutes 39

No appeals received

35

2005-403

Orleans Employment Area Changes

To change the land use designation of the lands at 2233 Mer Bleue Road and 2168 and 2370 Tenth Line Road from Employment Area to General Urban Area and Mixed Use Centre

Schedule B

 

Sept. 14, 2005
PEC
Report 34


Council
Minutes 39

No appeals received

36

2005-519

Aircraft Noise Constraints

Changes the boundaries of the AOIZ and AVDZ to reflect new noise contours

Schedule Ksection 4.8.7

 

Nov. 30, 2005
PEC
Report 40


Council
Minutes 46

No appeals received

37

2005-522

81 & 15 Colonnade Road

To allow residential uses in the AOIZ

Section 4.8.7

 

Nov. 30, 2005
PEC
Report 40


Council
Minutes 46

No appeals received

2006

Amend No.

By-law No.

Application Name

Intent

Changes to Volume 1

Changes to Volume 2

Date Adopted

Status

38

2006-37

6350 Fernbank Road

To change the land use designation of a portion of the property from “Significant Wetlands” to “General Urban Area” and a portion from “General Urban Area” to Urban Natural Features”

Schedule B

 

Jan. 25, 2006
PEC
Report 43


Council
Minutes 51

No appeals received

39

2006-134

Kanata West Landowner Cost Agreement

To add a policy to require all landowners to enter into private agreements to share the cost of infrastructure projects and associated studies and plans

Section 5.3

 

April 12, 2006
PEC
Report 45


Council
Minutes 56

Appeal received then withdrawn

40

2006-162

Brownfields

To accommodate the Brownfield Redevelopment Strategy

Section 4.8.4; 5.1; 5.2.3; 5.2.5

 

April 26, 2006
PEC
Report 46


Council
Minutes 57

No appeals received

41

OMB Order No. 1165; File No. PL050296. Issued on April 21, 2006

3090 Cedarview Road

To allow a commercial area at the intersection of Kennevale Dr. as extended to Strandherd Dr.

 

2A Nepean Secondary Plan for Areas 9& 10

April 21, 2006

Approved by OMB

42

2006-220

Constance Bay

Deletes the reference to Constance Bay in the village plans in Volume 2C. Expands the village boundary on Schedule A

Schedule A

2C- village plans for " Constance Bay, Dunrobin, Fitzroy Harbour, Galetta, Kinburn”

May 24, 2006
ARAC 
Report 22


Council
Minutes 59

No appeals received

43

2006-223

Environmental Noise Control

To replace the policies for noise in Section 4.8.8

Section 4.8.8

 

May 24, 2006
PEC/TRC Report 2

Council Minutes 58

No appeals received

44

2006-260

South Nepean Town Centre Secondary Plan

To replace the existing secondary plan and make revisions to Official Plan schedules

Schedules B; C; D; E; I

2A – replaces secondary plan for Nepean South Town Centre

June 28, 2006
PEC 
Report 50


Council
Minutes 61

No appeals received

45

2006-377

Greenspace

To introduce policies to implement the Greenspace Master Plan

Section 2.4.5; 2.5.4; 2.5.6; 3.2.3; 3.3.1; 4.2; 5.6

 

Sept. 27, 2006
ARAC
Report 26A


Council
Minutes 63

No appeals received

46

2006-382

375 MacLarens Side Road

To change the designation from Agricultural Resource Area to General Rural Area

Schedule A

 

Sept. 27, 2006
ARAC
Report 27


Council
Minutes 64

No appeals received

47

2006-383

Beechwood Avenue

To remove the maximum residential density provision (50 units per ha) for properties that abut Beechwood Avenue

 

Volume 2A Rockliffe Plan Schedule A

Sept. 27, 2006
PEC
Report 54A


Council
Minutes 65

No appeals received

 

2007

Amend No.

By-law No.

Application Name

Intent

Changes to Volume 1

Changes to Volume 2

Date Adopted

Status

48

2007-23

1335 Prince of Wales Drive

Changes the designation from ‘Residential Area – Low Density’ to ‘Residential Area – Medium Density’

 

2A,
Schedule G – Carleton Heights Land Use Plan

January 24, 2007
PEC
Report 1


Council
Minutes 5

No appeals received

49

2007-56

490 Terry Fox Drive

Adds “Retail Store” to ‘Low Density Employment’ designation

 

2B,
Section 5.7.55
Schedule B-1 – Kanata Town Centre

February 14, 2007
PEC
Report 2B


Council
Minutes 7

No appeals received

50

2007-306

Barrhaven South Community Design Plan

Changes land use designations, shifts “On–Road Cycling Routes”; revises “Future Rapid Transit Corridors” and designations on Urban Road Network

Section 3.6.1;

Schedules A, B, C, D, E and G

 

June 28, 2006
PEC
Report 50


Council
Minutes 61

No appeals received

51

2007-142

King Edward Precinct

Adds lands subject to design approval and extends the Non- Heritage Institutional designation along King Edward Ave.; eliminates institutional uses along Henderson Ave. and allows a local commercial designation on Osgoode St.

Schedule L

2A, Sandy Hill Secondary Plan, Policy

5.3.2 c) i);
Schedule J

March 28, 2007
PEC
Report 4


Council
Minutes 10

No appeals received

52

2007-172

4497 O’Keefe Court

Changes the designation from ‘Limestone Resource Area’ to ‘General Rural Area’

Schedule A

 

April 11, 2007
PEC
Report 5A


Council
Minutes 11

No appeals received

53

2007-187

870, 886 and part of 910 March Road

1001 and part of 1045 Klondike Road

Changes the designation from ‘Enterprise Area’ to ‘General Urban Area’ and permits residential development at a lower density

Schedule B, Annex 6

Section 2.2.3
 

 

April 25,2007
PEC
Report 6


Council
Minutes 12

No appeals received

54

2007-302

Greenspace Designations

Implements Greenspace Master Plan policies and Urban Natural Features strategies, and corrects mapping anomalies

Schedule B

 

June 27, 2007
PEC
Report 10


Council
Minutes 16

No appeals received

55

2007-327

830, 846, 856 and 860 March Road

Changes the designation from ‘Enterprise Area’ to ‘General Urban Area’ to permit a commercial development.

Schedule B

 

July 11, 2007
PEC
Report 12


Council
Minutes 18

No appeals received

56

2007-360

280 Didsbury Road

To create a site-specific exception to the Low Density Employment Area policies to permit a self-storage facility and a retail store

 

Schedule B,
Section 5.75.5 (Volume 2B)

August 29, 2007
PEC
Report 12B


Council
Minutes 19

No Appeals Received

57

2007-462

800 and 848 Cedarview Road and 4497 O’Keefe Court

To permit residentially zoned lands, located outside the urban boundary, to connect to potable water service.

Section 2.3.2,
Section 3.7.2

 

November 28, 2007
PEC
Report 19


Council
Minutes 25

No Appeals Received

58

2007-490

Agriculture Resource Area and Rural Housekeeping Amendment

Implement changes from Rural Summit; increase consistency of Agricultural Policies with Provincial Policy Statement 2005; and make mapping corrections in rural area.

Section 3.7.2, 3.7.3, 4.6.3, 4.8.6, 5.3
Schedules A & B

Section 3.5,
Schedules (Cumberland) B, D, F

December 07, 2007
ARAC
Report 15A


Council
Minutes 27

No Appeals Received

 

2008

Amend No.

By-law No.

Application Name

Intent

Changes to Volume 1

Changes to Volume 2

Date Adopted

Status

59

2008-39

North Gower Community Design Plan

To remove the North Gower Village Plan from Volume 2C, revise the village boundaries as shown on Schedule A and re-designate the affected lands to “Village”

Schedule A

Section 3.7,
Section 5.11, Section 5.13
Remove Map 3 (Vol 2C, Rideau)
 

February 21, 2008
ARAC
Report 16


Council
Minutes 30

No Appeals Received

60

2008-75

204 Springfield Road and a portion of 362 Mariposa Avenue

To extend the “Special “Uses” designation for Ashbury College, to create a uniform land use designation for the College.

 

Schedule A (Volume 2A- Rockcliffe Park)

March 25, 2008
PEC
Report 24B


Council Minutes 33

No Appeals Received

61

2008-79

2436 Carp Road

Changes the designation from “Limestone Resource Area” to “Carp Road Corridor Rural Employment Area”

Schedule A (Rural Policy Plan)

 

April 01, 2008
ARAC
Report 18


Council Minutes 33
 

No Appeals Received

62

2008-147

2170 Mer Bleue Road

Exempting the requirement for a Community Design Plan prior to the development of the Innes Snow Disposal Facility

Section 3.6.2 Policy 4a)

 

April 23, 2008
PEC
Report 28B


Council Minutes 35

No appeals Received

63

2008-232

700 Hunt Club Road

To remove 700 Hunt Club Road from Schedule I of Hunt Club Secondary Plan

 

2A- Schedule I

June 11, 2008
PEC Report 30B

Council Minutes 37

No appeals Received

64

2008-285

100 and 645 Longfields Drive

To amend the policies of the Longfields, Davidson Heights Communities, South Merivale Business Park Secondary Plan - Areas 1, 2 & 3

Schedule B

Volume 2A-Section 2.3 
Section 2.4
Schedule A

July 09, 2008
PEC Report 34
Minutes 40

No appeals Received

65

2008-323

North Gower Secondary Plan

To incorporate the North Gower Secondary Plan

 

Volume 2C

August 28, 2008
ARAC Report 26
Minutes 41

No appeals Received

66

2008-340

280 and 395 Didsbury Road and 488 and 490 Terry Fox Drive

Site Specific Polices to change the designation on 280 and 295 Didsbury Road and 488 and 490 Terry Fox Drive

 

Volume 2B- Section 5.7.5.5

Schedule B1

September 10, 2008
PEC Report 35A
Minutes 42
 

No appeals Received

67

2008-349

2108 Old Montreal Road

To permit an office use within the Village-Residential designation of 2108 Old Montreal Road

 

Volume 2C- Section 3.5.1.1

September 10, 2008
ARAC Report 27b
Minutes 42
 

No appeals Received

68

2008-399

30 Goulbourn Forced Road

To establish a new special policy area: “Special Policy Area 5 - LDE-5” and add a retail store as a permitted use.

 

Volume 2B- Section 5.7.5.5

Schedule B1

October 22, 2008

PEC Report 38
Minutes 45

No appeals Received

69

2008-430

Parliament Hill and Beechwood Cemetery

To establish a policy framework designed to protect the views of Parliament Hill from Beechwood Cemetery

Volume 1,
Section 7;
Section 3.61, 3.6.3, 3.6.6
Annex 12

Volume 2A
Section 1.4.3,
1.5.3, 1.7.3, 1.8.3, 1.10.3, 1.13.3

November 26, 2008
Minutes 48
PEC Report 39

No appeals Received

70

2008-432

Richmond Road/Westboro Secondary Plan

To incorporate the Richmond Road/Westboro Community Design Plan as a Secondary Plan

Annex 6

Volume 2A
Add Richmond Road/Westboro Secondary Plan

November 26, 2008
Minutes 42
PEC Report 41
 

Partial Appeals Received (see * below). Remainder of OPA in full force and effect.

* The following policies, section and schedule have been appealed: Policies 1.3.4 f), g ) and h); Section 1.4; and Schedule C

2009

Amend No.

By-law No.

Application Name

Intent

Changes to Volume 1

Changes to Volume 2

Date Adopted

Status

71

2009-36

City-wide

To implement policies concerning pre-application consultation and prescribed information for planning applications

Section 5.2.7

 

January 28, 2009
Minutes 58
PEC Report 44A

No appeals Received

72

2009-83

City-wide

To update policies related to parkland dedication to permit the implementation of a new Parkland Dedication By-law.

Section 2.5.4
Section 4.10

 

March 11, 2009
Minutes 62
PEC Report 47
 

Approved by OMB File PL090370 issued on January 13, 2010

73

2009-86

40 Barnstone Drive

To redesignate from Business Park to Mixed Density Residential in order to permit residential development

 

Volume 2A,
South Nepean,
Schedule A

March 11, 2009
Minutes 62

PEC Report 47

No Appeals Received

74

OMB File PL081338 issued on April 16, 2009

160 Hearst Way

To allow for the development of a hotel at 160 Hearst Way.

 

Volume 2B,
Kanata,
Section 5.7.5.5
Schedule B1
 

OMB File PL081338 issued on April 16, 2009

Approved by OMB Order

75

2009-113

2775 Moodie Drive

To add a site-specific Official Plan policy to permit a self-storage warehouse.

Section 3.7.3.

 

April 08, 2009
Minutes 64
ARAC Report 38

No Appeals Received

76

2009-209

City Wide

To Implement changes to the various parts of the Official Plan based on a comprehensive 5-year review as required by the Planning Act.

   

June 24, 2009
Minutes 68
Joint Minutes 3
Joint Agenda 3
OPA 76

Minster's Order 1

Minster's order 2

OPA 76 in full force and effect.

OMB Orders related to OPA 76, File # PL100206:

Issued on December 22, 2010,   issued on July 21, 2011,   issued on August, 18, 2011,  Issued on September 07, 2011issued on September 27, 2011issued on November 25, 2011issued on April 26, 2012issued on June 12, 2012
Reference Documents related to OMB Orders: September 07, 2011 Exhibit   August 18, 2011 Exhibit   September 27, 2011 Exhibit    November 25, 2011 Exhibit

77

2009-206

Fernbank Community Design Plan

To implement the land uses and transportation infrastructure established by the Fernbank Community Design Plan

Section 3.11,
Section 5.3,
Schedules A, B, C & E

 

June 24, 2009
Minutes 69
PEC Report 53

Appeals Received then dismissed by OMB File PL090678 issued on June 17, 2010
In Effect June 18, 2010

78

2009-263

6746 Lakes Park Drive

To redesignate the subject lands from General Rural Area and Rural Natural Features Area to Village designation.

Schedule A

 

July 10, 2009
Minutes 70
ARAC Report 43

No Appeals Received
In Effect August 12, 2009

79

2009-299

199 Kennevale Drive, 200 and 755 Cobble Hill Drive, and 300, 309 and 361 Moffat Pond Court.

To redesignate the subject lands from Commercial to Residential.

 

Volume 2A- South Nepean
Schedule A

September 02, 2009
Minutes 71
PEC Report 55

No Appeals Received
In Effect September 25, 2009

81

OMB Order File PL080373 issued on April 08, 2009

Secondary Plan for the Village of Manotick

To provide additional policies for the area designated Serviced Development Area in the Village Plan for Manotick.

 

Volume 2C, Schedule A, B, C
Section 3.7.2.3, Section 3.7.2.5, Section 3.7.2.8

OMB Order File PL080373 issued on April 08, 2009

Approved by OMB Order
In Effect April 18, , 2009

2010

Amend No.

By-law No.

Application Name

Intent

Changes to Volume 1

Changes to Volume 2

Date Adopted

Status

80

2010-18

143 Didsbury Road

To redesignate the subject lands from an “LDE-5” designation to a new site-specific “MC” designation.

 

Volume 2B, Section 5.7.5.5, 5.7.5.8,
Schedule B1

January 13, 2010
Minutes 81
PEC Report 62A

No Appeals Received
In Effect February 09, 2010

82

2010-15

3211 Greenbank Road

To reduce development density targets in the Mid Rise Mixed-Use Policy areas.

 

Volume 2A, South Nepean Area 7, Section 3.3, 3.6, Schedule 1, 2 and 5

January 13, 2010
Minutes 81
PEC Report 63

No Appeals Received
In Effect February 16, 2010

83

2010-64

280 Didsbury Road

To permit an unlimited ground floor area for a self-storage building within Special Policy Area 3 (LDE-3).

 

Volume 2B, Section 5.7.5.5

February 24, 2010
Minutes 85
PEC Report 64A

 

No Appeals Received
In Effect March 03, 2010

84

2010-88

Central Area and Village Designations

To provide policies regarding permission for drive-through facilities in the Central Area and Village designations.

Section 3.6.6,
Section 3.7.1.

 

March 24, 2010
Minutes 86
ARAC Report 50

No Appeals Received
In Effect April 16, 2010

85

2010-190

1175 Manotick Station Road

To exempt the subject lands from policies 7d., 10 and 14 in Section 3.7.2 as amended by OPA 76.

Section 3.7.2

 

May 12, 2010
Minutes 89
May 26, 2010
Minutes 90
ARAC Report 52A

No Appeals Received
In Effect June 23, 2010

86

OMB File MM070008 issued on June 22, 2010

2175 John Quinn Road

To revise the boundary between the “Limestone Resource” designation and the “Rural Natural Feature Area” designation.

Schedule A- Rural Policy Plan

 

OMB File MM070008 issued on June 22, 2010

Approved by OMB Order
In Effect June 22, 2010

87

2010-235

85 Range Road

To change the designation of the subject lands in the Sandy Hill Secondary Plan

 

Volume 2A, Section 5.3.2 a) v., Schedule J

July 14, 2010
Minutes 94
PEC Report 73

No Appeals Received In Effect August, 6, 2010

88

2010-257

Village of Richmond Secondary Plan

To implement the Village of Richmond Secondary Plan

 

Volume 2C,
Goulbourn Secondary Plan Section 3.2.3, 3.3, 3.3.1, 3.2.2, Table 3.3, 5.21, 5.2.2, 5.2.3, 5.4.3, 6.2.1.3, 6.2.3, 6.3.3, 10.4 Delete Schedule A2
Add Richmond Secondary Plan

July 12, 2010
Minutes 94
ARAC Report 55

Appeal received then withdrawn
In Effect January 05, 2011

89

2010-311

100 Champagne Avenue South

To change the designation of the subject lands in the Preston Champagne Secondary Plan.

 

Volume 2A, Section 6.2, 6.4
Schedule L

September 22, 2010
Minutes 97
PEC Report 76

No Appeals Received
In Effect October 26, 2010

90

2010-335

City Wide Amendment

To delete redundant provisions relating to the Downtown Design Review Pilot Project and to include provisions establishing the permanent Ottawa Urban Design Review Process.

Volume 1,
Delete Section 5.2.6 and Add text to Section 5.3
Delete Schedule L

 

October 06, 2010
Minutes 98
PEC Report 78

No Appeals Received
In Effect October 29, 2010

 

2011

Amend No.

By-law No.

Application Name

Intent

Changes to Volume 1

Changes to Volume 2

Date Adopted

Status

91

2011-50

820, 870, 940 and 1030 Huntmar Drive

To amend the boundary between the Natural Environment Area and the General Rural Area designations

Schedule A

 

February 09, 2011
Minutes 6
ARAC Report 1

No Appeals Received
In Effect March 10, 2011

92

2011-309

Old Ottawa East Secondary Plan

To add a Secondary Plan for Old Ottawa East.

 

Volume 2A- Add Old Ottawa East Secondary Plan

August 25, 2011
Minutes 18
PC Report 12A

No Appeals Received
In Effect September 23, 2011

93

2011-211

Wellington Street West Secondary Plan

To implement the Wellington Street West Community Design Plan

 

Volume 2A- Add Wellington Street West Secondary Plan

May 25, 2011
Minutes 13
PC Report 8B

Appeal (s) Received

94

2011-230

8213 Flewellyn Road

To redesignate the property known municipally as 8213 Flewellyn Road

Schedule A

 

June 22, 2011
Disposition 15
ARAC Report 7

No Appeals Received
In Effect July 28, 2011

95

2011-426

146 Mountshannon Drive

To redesignate the property known municipally at 146 Mountshannon Drive from School to a site specific Mixed Density Residential

 

Volume 2A, South Nepean, Areas 1,2,3; Section 2.3.3., Schedule A

December 14, 2011
Minutes 27
PC Report 20A

No Appeals Received
In Effect January 18, 2012

2012

Amend No.

By-law No.

Application Name

Intent

Changes to Volume 1

Changes to Volume 2

Date Adopted

Status

96 2012-43 City Wide Amendment Technical corrections, clarification and update in advance of the 2014 Official Plan Review Sections 2.2.2, 2.3.1, 2.5.5, 3.2.2, 4.2, 4.6.1, 4.6.2, 4.7, 4.7.3, 4.8.3, 5.2.1
Annex 1, Section 2, Table 1
Schedules A, B, D & F
 
  February 22, 2012
Disposition 30
PC Report 24
No Appeals Received
In Effect March 23, 2012
 
97 2012-44 City Wide Amendment To incorporate transportation policy changes.  Section 4.3, Annex 1, Section 2.0 Table 1,
Schedule D
 
  February 22, 2012
Disposition 30
ARAC Report 15
No Appeals Received
In Effect March 23, 2012
 
98 2012-68 City Wide Amendment To remove redundant policies relating to Wireless Telecommunication facilities Section 3.1., Delete Polcieis 12 &13,Add New Policy 12   March 29, 2012
Disposition 31
ARAC Report 16
 
No Appeals Received
In Effect May 2, 2012
 
99 2012-92 Bank Street Secondary Plan To add a Secondary Plan for a portion of Bank Street between Riverside Drive and Ledbury Park   Volume 2A- Add Bank Street Secondary Plan March 29, 2012
Disposition 31
PC Report 26
No Appeals Received
In Effect May 07, 2012
 
100 2012-124 3311 Woodroffe Avenue To change the designation of part of 3311 Woodroffe Avenue   Volume 2A, Former Nepean, South Nepean, Areas 4,5,6
Section 2.1
Schedule A
 
April 25, 2012
Disposition 33
PC Report 28A
No Appeals Received
In Effect May 23, 2012
 
101 2012-211
(Repeals 2012-182)
 
Villages Cores To introduce new policies regarding drive-through facilities in Village Core areas Section 3.7.1   June 13, 2012
Minutes 36
ARAC Report 19
No Appeals Received
In Effect July 17, 2012
102 2012-185 Consolidated Villages Secondary Plan. To Adopt the Consolidated Villages Secondary Plan.   Volume 2C,
DELETE:
-Former City of Cumberland Official Plan and schedules; 
- Former City of Nepean Official Plan section 2.7
-Former Township of Goulbourn Official Plan and schedules
-Former Township of Osgoode Official Plan and schedules
- Former Township of Rideau Official Plan and schedules
- Former Township of West Carleton Official Plan and schedules
ADD:
Table of Contents- “Consolidated Villages Secondary Plan” Consolidated Villages Secondary Plan” 
Schedules and Overlays
May 23, 2012
Minutes 35
ARAC Report 19
No Appeals Received
In Effect June 23, 2012
103 2012-245 350 Cresthaven Drive To redesignate 350 Cresthaven Drive in the South Nepean Secondary Plan Areas 4, 5 and 6   Volume 2A – Secondary Plans Areas 4, 5 and 6.
Schedule A
 
July 11, 2012
Minutes 38
 
No Appeals Received
In Effect August 16, 2012
 
104 2012-278 Carp River Restoration Policy Area To establish the Carp River Restoration Policy Area Section 3.13,
Schedules A and B
 
  July 11, 2012
Minutes 38
PC Report 33A
 
No Appeals Received
In Effect August 16, 2012
 
105 2012-206 Manotick Special Design Area To add a policy for a Cost Sharing Agreement for the Manotick Special Design Area. Section 5.3   June 13, 2012
Minutes 36
ARAC Report 20


 
No Appeals Received
In Effect July 13, 2012
106 2012-241 3772 and 3872 Greenbank Road To redesignate part of 3772 and 3872 Greenbank Road from Sand and Gravel Resource Area to General Rural Area Schedule A – Rural Policy Plan   July 11, 2012
Minutes 38
ARAC Report 21
No Appeals Received
In Effect August 16, 2012
 
107 2012-267 South Nepean Urban Area 8 Secondary Plan To delete from the South Nepean Urban Area 8 Secondary Plan the requirement for sidewalks on one side of Madrid Avenue, Waterlilly Way and Kenton Avenue   Volume 2A – South Nepean Urban Area Secondary Plan – Area - Section 5.3 July 11, 2012
Minutes 38
PC Report 34
 
No Appeals Received
In Effect August 8, 2012
108 2012-319
 
Public Service Area To include the following properties: 2075, 2201, 2207, 2217, 2229, 2241, 2255, 2287, 2317, 2331, 2339 and 2347 Trim Road and 5210, 5220 and 5330 Innes Road within the Public Service Area allowing them to be serviced by municipal water and wastewater services. Section 2.3.2 – 6a   September 12, 2012
Minutes 40
ARAC Report 24
 
No Appeals Received
In Effect October 17, 2012
 
109 2012-381 City Wide Amendment To include a series of Natural Heritage Systems Overlay maps as schedules and corresponding policy statements Section 2.4.2, Section 4.7, Policy 8, Section 5.4, Policy 2, Schedules L1,L2 and L3   October 24, 2012
Minutes 43
PC Report 38
No Appeals Received
In Effect November 29, 2012
110 2012-382 Lester Road Wetland Complex To amend Schedule B to designate the Lester Road Wetland Complex as significant wetlands Schedule B   October 24, 2012
Minutes 43
PC Report 38
No Appeals
In Effect November 29, 2012
111 2012-383 Kizell Drain Wetland  To amend Schedule B to designate the Kizell Drain Wetland as significant wetlands Schedule B   October 24, 2012
Minutes 43
PC Report 38
No Appeals
In Effect November 29, 2012
112 2012-384 Cardinal Creek Karst To amend Schedule K to include a portion of the Cardinal Creek Karst as an Earth Science Area of Natural and Scientific Interest (ANSI) Schedule K   October 24, 2012
Minutes 43
PC Report 38
No Appeals
In Effect November 29, 2012
113 2012-407 Transit-Oriented Development Area – Train, St. Laurent and Cyrville Areas To add policy to various sections for Transit-Oriented Development Areas (TOD) at future Light Rail Stations Section 2.2.2, Policy 4(a), 6, 7,, 13(i),(m), 22, 24,26 and 28
Section 2.5.1 (f),(g), Section 2.5.6, Policy 6, Section 3.6.2 Policy 12, Section 4.11.
Schedule B, Annex 6, Schedule E
Former City of Gloucester – Policy 7.2.1.1.3 (c)(iii), (f), (w)
Annex 1 -  Table 1
November 14, 2012
Minutes 44
PC Report 39A

Appeal received then withdrawn
In Effect July 30, 2013

114 2012-400 471 Sangeet Place To exempt lands from the policies which prohibit a subdivision within one kilometre of a village boundary Section 3.7.2, Policy 8 (d) and 15   November 14, 2012
Minutes 44
ARAC Report 24
Appeal received then withdrawn
In Effect May 28, 2013
115 2012-424   101 Champagne Avenue South To change the designation of the subject lands in the Preston Champagne Secondary Plan.   Volume 2A – Section 6.2

Schedule L

 November 28, 2012
Minutes 45
PC Report 40A
No Appeals

In Effect December 28, 2012

2013

Amend No. By-law No. Application Name Intent Changes to Volume 1 Changes to Volume 2 Date Adopted Status
116 2013-51 200 Kennevale Drive and 155 Prem Circle To change policies applicable to 200 Kennevale Drive and 155 Prem Circle under the South Nepean Urban Area Secondary Plan (Areas 9 and 10)   Volume 2A – Section 2.2.4 February 27, 2013
Minutes 50
PC Report 49
No Appeals
In Effect March 26, 2013
117 2013-138 Centretown Community Design Plan To replace the Centretown Secondary Plan in Volume 2A to implement the Centretown Community Design Plan  

Volume 2A – Secondary Plan – Centretown
Sections 3.0 - 3.11
Schedule H1,
Schedule H2
Annex 1

May 8, 2013
Minutes 54
PC Report 46C
OMB Order File #PL1300619, issued September 30, 2016
118 2013-96 East Urban Community (EUC) – Phase 1 and 2 To enable seven major landowners in Phase 1 and 2 of the East Urban Community (EUC) to recover costs as part of the cost sharing agreement Section 5.3.5   April 10, 2013
Minutes 52
PC Report 50
Appeals Received then dismissed by OMB File #PL130488 issued on August 13, 2013
In Effect August 14, 2013
119 2013-143 Barrhaven South Community Design Plan To add a policy that requires all landowners within Barrhaven South to enter into private agreements to share the costs of major infrastructure projects and associated studies and plans Section 5.3.9   May 8, 2013
Minutes 54
PC Report 47B
No Appeals
In Effect June 5, 2013
120 2013-154 Bayview Station District Community Design Plan To implement the land use and urban design components of the Bayview Station District Community Design Plan  

Volume 2A – Secondary Plan Bayview Station District
Sections 1.1 – 1.4.9
Schedule A, Schedule B

May 22, 2013
Minutes 55
PC Report 49
No Appeals In
Effect June 21, 2013
121 2013-184 Highway 416 Employment Lands To change the designations and policies applicable to part of the Highway 416 Employment Lands Volume 1, Sections 3.6.5 (3), 5.3 (10)

Volume 2, Sections 1.4, 2.2 (6), 2.2.4, 2.2.5, 2.2.5.1, 2.2.5.2, 2.2.6.3, 3.1 (2, )3.2, 3.2.2, 3.2.3, 3.2.5, 4.2 (4), Schedules A, B, C, Schedules A3 and B3

June 12, 2013
Minutes 56
No Appeals
In Effect July 10, 2013
122 2013-229 Escarpment Area District Plan To add the strategic directions and the main policy recommendations of the Escarpment Area District Plan to the Central Area Secondary Plan  

Volume 2A, Secondary Plan Sections 1.10 – 1.10.3

July 17, 2013
Minutes 58
PC Report 52A
No Appeals
In Effect August 16, 2013
123 2013-216 Cardinal Creek Village Concept Plan To implement the land uses and transportation infrastructure established by the Cardinal Creek Concept Plan Schedules A, B, C, E, I and J   July 17, 2013
Minutes 58
PC Report 52A
No Appeals
In Effect August 22, 2013
124 2013-228 2201 Speedway Road Designate a portion of the Huntley Wetland as "significant wetlands" Schedule A   July 17, 2013
Minutes 58
ARAC Report 33
No Appeals
In Effect August 22, 2013
125 2013-219 OPA 117 To provide correcting language to OPA 117  

Volume 2A – Secondary Plan – Centretown
Sections 3.4.6, 3.5.3.1, 3.6.3.3.,3.9.2.1, 3.9.5.4, 3.9.5.5i, 3.9.5.5j and 3.9.5.5k

July 17, 2013
Minutes 58
PC Report 46C
OMB Order File #PL1300619, issued September 30, 2016
126 2013-271 319 McRae Avenue To revise Schedule C of the Secondary Plan to allow for a mid-rise development of seven to eight storeys  

Volume 2A – Schedule C

August 28, 2013
Minutes 59
PC Report 54
No Appeals
In Effect October 3, 2013
127 2013-314 Montreal Road District Secondary Plan To implement the Montreal Road District Secondary Plan  

Volume 2A – Montreal Road District Secondary Plan
Section 1 – 1.5.1
Schedule 1

October 9, 2013
Minutes 62
PC Report 60
Appeal received then withdrawn
In Effect January 22, 2014
128 2013-309
(Repeals 2013-299)
City-wide To revise the policy on notification of statutory public meetings in newspapers Volume 1, Section 5.2.3, Policy 2   October 9, 2013
Minutes 62
PC Report 60

No Appeals
In Effect November 13, 2013

129 2013-341 Phase 2 Area of the East Urban Community To implement the Community Design Plan for the Phase 2 Area of the East Urban Community (EUC) and to undertake site specific land use designation changes in the Phase 2 Area Schedule B
Schedule L1
  October 23, 2013
Minutes 63
PC Report 57A

No Appeals
In Effect November 15, 2013

150 2013-400 City-wide To adopt a comprehensive amendment to the Official Plan to promote affordable growth and well-designed development oriented to transit  (based on a comprehensive 5-year review as required by the Planning Act) Annotated version of the Official Plan Showing proposed changes as per Amendment No. 150 Annotated version of the Official Plan Showing proposed changes as per Amendment No. 150 December 11, 2013
Disposition 67
PC Report 59

Approved by MMAH Appeal Pending

2014
 

Amend No. By-law No. Application Name Intent Changes to Volume 1 Changes to Volume 2 Date Adopted Status
130 2014-16 Confederation Line Development Zone of Influence To establish a Development Zone of Influence for the Confederation Line light rail transit system and to require a Proximity Study for development applications within the Development Zone of Influence Volume 1, Sections 2.3.1, 4.3 and 5.2.6

Annex 17

  January 22, 2014
Minutes 68
PC Report 68
Appeal received then withdrawn
In Effect May 27, 2014
131 2014-63
(Repeals 2014-19) 
Scott Street Community Design Plan To implement the components of the Scott Street Community Design Plan (CDP) by adding the Scott Street Secondary Plan to Volume 2A Volume 1
Schedule B

Volume 2A, Bayview Secondary Plan,  Section 1.4.1, Scott Street Secondary Plan, Sections 1 to 7 

February 12, 2014
Minutes 69
PC Report 68
Approved by OMB Order File #PL140303, issued on March 20, 2015
132 2014-21 Lees, Hurdman and Blair Light Rail Transit Stations To add policy to various sections for Transit-Oriented Development Areas at future Light Rail Transit Stations located at Lees, Hurdman and Blair Volume 1, Sections 2.2.2.

Volume 2A, 5.0 Sandy Hill, Sections 5.3, 5.3.2, 5.4,
Old Ottawa East Secondary Plan, Sections 10.3.2.3, 10.3.7.5, 10.3.7, Hurdman Secondary Plan, Blair Secondary Plan – Volume 2B, Former City of Gloucester – Sections 7.2.1.1.3
Annexes 5 and 6

January 22, 2014
Minutes 68
PC Report 66
Approved by OMB Order, File #PL140185, issued on March 9, 2015 
133 2014-99 514, 516, 518, 530 and 532 Rochester Street To amend the Preston-Champagne Secondary Plan for 514, 516, 518, 530 and 532 Rochester Street  

Volume 2A, Preston-Champagne Secondary Plan, Section 6.2, Schedule L

March 26, 2014
Minutes 71
PEC Report 66

No Appeals
In Effect April 29, 2014

135 2014-103 Secondary Plan for South Nepean Urban Areas 9 and 10 To add a policy to the Secondary Plan for South Nepean Urban Areas 9 and 10  

Volume 2A, Secondary Plan for South Nepean Urban Areas 9 and 10, Section 2.2.5.1.

March 26, 2014
Minutes 71

No Appeals
In Effect April 30, 2014

136 2014-348 Kanata Town Centre Building Heights To implement the policies of Official Plan Amendment 150 as they relate to the Kanata Town Centre Building Heights  

Volume 2B, Kanata Town Centre Sections 5.7.4.4, 5.;7.5, 5.7.5.2, 5.7.5.8, 5.7.7.8, 5.7.5.9 and Schedule B2 

September 10, 2014
Minutes 80
PC Report 74A

No Appeals In Effect October 16, 2014 (with exception of policy 5.7.5.9 (2)(f)(i)(a)

137 2014-325 Preston-Carling Secondary Plan  To repeal portion of the existing Preston-Champagne Secondary Plan and introduce the Preston-Carling District Secondary Plan Volume 1- Schedule B

Volume 2A – Preston-Champagne Secondary Plan – Sections 6.2, 6.4. Schedules L and M
Preston-Carling District Secondary Plan Sections 1 – 9, Schedules A, B, C and D

August 27, 2014
Minutes 79
PC Report 78 
Approved by OMB Order File #PL141223 and PL141147, issued March 14, 2016
138 2014-218 Secondary Plan for South Nepean Urban Area – South Nepean Town Centre – Area 7 To redesignate properties known as 1117 Longfields Drive and 1034 McGarry Terrace from Mid-Rise Mixed Use to High-Rise Mixed Use with a height increase to 16 storeys  

Volume 2A Secondary Plan for the South Nepean Town Centre (Area 7)
Section 3.2 and Schedule 1

June 11, 2014
Minutes 76
PC Report 71A 
No Appeals
In Effect July 10, 2014
139 2014-286 2405 Mer Bleue and 2496 Tenth Line Road To amend Schedules A and B and to re-designate the subject land from “General Rural Area” with an “Urban Expansion Study Area” overlay to “General Urban Area” with a “Developing Communities (Expansion Area)” overlay

Volume 1, Section 3.12
Schedules A and B

  July 9, 2014
Minutes 78
PC Report 73 
No Appeals
In Effect October 24, 2014 
141 2014-334

City wide
Omnibus Amendment 2

To update policies relating to environmental constraints and right of ways Volume 1, Sections 4, 5, and 7 (Annex 1), Schedules K, L1 and L3   August 27, 2014
Minutes 79
PC Report 78
 
 Appeal (s) Received 
142 2014-397

Employment and Enterprise Area – Highway 417 at Huntmar Drive

To facilitate the development of a limited retail district within the larger business park Volume 1, Section 3.6.5   October 8, 2014
Minutes 82
PC Report 75A
No Appeals
In Effect November 11, 2014
143 2014-396

Central Area Secondary Plan 

To introduce policies relating to the Chaudière and Albert Islands  

Volume 2A, Secondary Plans, 1.0 Central Area – Sections 1.11 to 1.11.12
Schedule Q, Map 5 and Annex 1

October 8, 2014
Minutes 82
PC Report 75A
OMB Order File #PL141340, issued November 17, 2015
In Effect November 18, 2015 

 2015

Amend No. By-law No. Application Name Intent Changes to Volume 1 Changes to Volume 2 Date Adopted Status
134 OMB Order #PL140348, issued November 12, 2015

261, 265, 271, 275 and 281 Laurier Avenue East
400 Friel Street

To designate lands from Low Profile Residential to Medium Profile Residential  

Volume 2A – Sandy Hill Secondary Plan – Section 5.3.2(vi)
Schedule J

OMB Order #PL140348, issued November 12, 2015 

Approved by OMB Order
In Effect November 12, 2015

144 2015-27 3288 Greenbank Road To designate portions of the property from High Rise Mixed-Use and Mid Rise Residential to Mid Rise Mixed-Use  

Volume 2A – Secondary Plan for South Nepean Town Centre – Area 7
Sections 3.3.2, 3.3.3, 3.3.4, 3.5.2 and 5.3
Schedules 1, 2, 3 and 4

February 11, 2015
Minutes 5
PC Report 1A
No Appeals In Effect March 6, 2015
145 2015-51 Volume 2A - Merivale Road Secondary Plan To bring Merivale Road Secondary Plan into conformity with policies in Section 2.2.2.5 of Volume 1 of the Official Plan regarding densities along certain Arterial Mainstreet designations  

Volume 2A – Merivale Road Secondary Plan – Sections 3.2.1.1 and 3.2.1.2

February 25, 2015
Minutes 6
PC Report 83
No Appeals In Effect April 2, 2015
146 2015-52 Volume 2A  -Old Ottawa East Secondary Plan  To bring Old Ottawa East Secondary Plan in line with the overall implementation goals of Volume 1 of the Official Plan, as amended by OPA 150  

Volume 2A – Old Ottawa East Secondary Plan – Section 10.3.5

February 25, 2015
Minutes 6
PC Report 83
No Appeals In Effect April 2, 2015
147 2015-63 Volume 2A – Confederation Heights Secondary Plan To bring Confederation Heights Secondary Plan in line with Volume 1 of the Official Plan  

Volume 2A – Confederation Heights Secondary Plan – Section 7.5.1
Schedule N

February 25, 2015
Minutes 6
PC Report 83 
No Appeals In Effect April 2, 2015
148 2015-100 443, 445 and 447 McArthur Road Add a site specific policy to Volume 1, Section 3.6.3 - Mainstreets Volume 1, Section 3.6.3   March 25, 2015
Minutes 8
PC Report 4
No Appeals In Effect April 29, 2015
149 2015-193 4401 Fallowfield Road To amend the Secondary Plan for the South Nepean Urban Areas 9 and 10   Volume 2A – South Nepean Urban Areas 9 and 10 – Sections 2.2.5.1, 3.2, Schedules C and C1 June 10, 2015
Minutes 13
PC Report 8
No Appeals In Effect July 9, 2015
151 2015-143 1883 Bradley Side Road To permit a 30-bed residential care facility Volume 1, Section 3.7.3   May 13, 2015
Minutes 11
ARAC Report 4
No Appeals In Effect June 12, 2015
152 2015-141 Carlsbad Trickle-Feed System To add a policy applicable to new lot creation within the area of the Carlsbad Trickle-Feed System Volume 1, Section 2.3.2   May 13, 2015
Minutes 11
ARAC Report 3
No Appeals In Effect June 11, 2015
153 2015-233 Carlsbad Springs Trickle Feed Water Service To permit an extension to the Carlsbad Springs Trickle Feed Water Service Line Volume 1, Sections 2.3.2 and 5.3.5   July 8, 2015
Minutes 15
ARAC Report 6
OMB Order File #PL150790, issued May 5, 2016
In Effect May 6, 2016 
154 2015-284 180 Metcalfe Street To add a site specific policy to the Centretown Secondary Plan to allow a hotel in the first six storeys of a building on the property.   Volume 2A – Centretown Seconary Plan – Section 3.9.2.4 September 9, 2015
Minutes 17
PC Report 10
No Appeals In Effect October 14, 2015
155 2015-263 Stittsville Main Street Secondary Plan To implement key components of the Stittsville Main Street CDP and the addition of the Stittsville Main Street Secondary Plan to Volume 2A of the Official Plan Volume 1, Section 3.6.3 and Schedule B Volume 2A – Stittsville Main Street Secondary Plan
Schedule A
Schedule B
August 26, 2015
Minutes 16
PC Report 11A
No Appeals In Effect October 1, 2015
156 2015-269 Sandy Hill Secondary Plan To permit a 14-storey mixed use building   Volume 2A – Sandy Hill Secondary Plan – Section 5.3.2, Schedule A August 26, 2015
Minutes 16
PC Report 11A
Status Pending
157 2015-279 11 Colonel By Drive To add a site specific policy to the Central Area to permit an increase in height up to 134.1 metres above sea level for a proposed addition to the Westin Hotel Volume 1 – Section 3.6.6 (12)   September 9, 2015
Minutes 17
ARAC Report 7
No Appeals In Effect October 14, 2015
158 2015-292 South Keys to Blossom Park, Bank Street Community Design Plan To implement the land use and urban design components of the South Keys to Blossom Park, Bank Street Community Design Plan (CDP) Volume 1, Schedule B, Section 2.2.2. – Figure 2.3, Annexes 5 and 6 Volume 2A – South Keys  to Blossom Park, Bank Street Secondary Plan September 23, 2015
Minutes 18
PC Report 13
No Appeals In Effect October 29, 2015
159 2015-294 Greenbelt and Rural Area To implement policies for the cost-sharing of park development outside the greenbelt and in the rural area Volume 1, Section 5.3 (11)   September 23, 2015
Minutes 18
PC Report 13
Appeal (s) Received
160 2015-308 Former Canadian Forces Base (CFB) Rockcliffe Secondary Plan  To establish Official Plan Policy for the land use and urban design components of the Former CFB Rockcliffe Community Design Plan (CDP) Volume 1, Schedules B and C

Volume 2A Former Canadian Forces Base (CFB) Rockcliffe Secondary Plan
Schedules A, B, C, D, E and F

October 14, 2015
Minutes 19
PC Report 14A
No Appeals In Effect November 10, 2015
161 OMB Order #PL141313 issued August 27, 2015

November 25, 2015
3552, 3680, 3806, 3818 and Part of 3882 Barnsdale Road, Part of 3872 and 3976 Greenbank Road and 3894, 3010 and 3972 Prince of Wales Drive To re-designate lands from Agriculture Resource to General Rural on Schedule A Volume 1 - Schedule A

OMB Order #PL141313 issued August 27, 2015

November 25, 2015

OMB Order #PL141313 issued August 27, 2015

November 25, 2015

Approved by OMB Order In Effect August 27, 2015 and November 25, 2015
163 2015-318 350 Cresthaven Drive To change the designation in the South Nepean Secondary Plan Areas 4, 5 and 6 from Mixed Density Residential to Mixed Use (Special Policy Area)  

Volume 2A, South Nepean Urban Area Secondary Plan Areas 4, 5 and 6 – Section 2.2.3
Schedule A

October 28, 2015
Minutes 20
PC Report 15B 
No Appeals In Effect November 24, 2015 
164 2015-345 Bayview Station District Secondary Plan To expand the boundary of the Bayview Station District Secondary Plan to include Preston Street, north of Somerset Street and south of Albert Street.   

Volume 2A, Bayview Station District Secondary Plan  - Area A – Policies and Area B – Policies
Schedules A, B, C and D

November 25, 2015
Minutes 22
PC Report 17
No Appeals In Effect December 31, 2015
166 2015-364

Uptown Rideau Street Secondary Plan

Sandy Hill Secondary Plan

To introduce the Uptown Rideau Street Secondary Plan and to amend the boundary of the existing Sandy Hill Secondary Plan   

Volume 2A – Sandy Hill Secondary Plan – Section 5.3.2e and Schedules J and K
Uptown Rideau Street Secondary Plan – Schedules A, B and C
(In Effect, save and except for the property at 560 Rideau Street, for which there remains a site specific appeal to this Secondary Plan.)

December 9, 2015
Minutes 23
PC Report 18 

No Appeals In Effect
In Effect January 12, 2016

2016

Amend No. By-law No. Application Name Intent Changes to Volume 1 Changes to Volume 2 Date Adopted Status
 162  2016-46 Secondary Plan for Manotick  To replace the Secondary Plan for Manotick, contained within Volume 2C of the Official Plan  Volume 1 – Section 3.7.1
Schedules A, H, L1, L2, L3

Volume 2C – Manotick Secondary Plan
Sections 1 -6
Schedules A – D
Annexes 1 - 9

January 27, 2016
Minutes 24
ARAC Report 11 
No Appeals In Effect March 3, 2016 
167  2016-45   City Wide Amendment A review of existing Official Plan environmental noise policies and the Environmental Noise Control Guidelines  Volume 1 – Sections 4.2,, 4.8, 4.8.6, 4.8.7, 5.2.6    January 27, 2016
Minutes 24
PC Report 19A 
No Appeals In Effect February 23, 2016 
168  2016-108 

8600 Jeanne D’Arc Boulevard North
OPA 150

To change the designation and introduce site specific policies and to repeal site specific policies introduced as part of Official Plan No. 150 for these same lands 

Volume 1 – Section 3.6.5
Schedule B

  March 23, 2016
Minutes 28
PC Report 22A 
No Appeals In Effect April 21, 2016 
170 2016-152

City Wide Amendment

To amend the policies relating to flood plain mapping

Volume 1, Section 4.8.1 (2),(3),(5e.) and 7

  May 11, 2016
Minutes 31
ARAC Report 16
No Appeals In Effect June 16, 2016
171 2016-220

Riverside South Community Design Plan

To implement the land use and urban design components of the update to the Riverside South CDP

Volume 1, Section 6 – Schedules B and L 

  June 22, 2016
Minutes 34
PC Report 27
No Appeals In Effect July 19, 2016
172 2016-221

Riverside South Community Design Plan for the Woodlot – UNA 100

To implement the land use component pertaining to UNA 100 of the update to the Riverside South CDP

Volume 1- Section 6- Schedule B

  June 22, 2016
Minutes 34
PC Report 27
No Appeals In Effect July 19, 2016
173 2016-253

Kanata North Community Design Plan

To implement the land use components of the Kanata North Community Design Plan

Volume 1, Sections 3.6.1 and 5.3
Schedules A, B, C, D, E, G, I, J and L3 

  July 13, 2016
Minutes 35
PC Report 29
OMB Order File No: PL160875, issued on Janaury 11, 2017
174 2016-348 113 and 115 Echo Drive To amend the Old Ottawa East Secondary Plan   Volume 2A, Sections 10.2.1 and 10.3.2Schedule A October 26, 2016
Minutes 40
PC Report 33A
No Appeals in Effect November 25, 2016
175 2016-353 City Wide Amendment To permit second dwelling units in accessory buildings (coach house) to certain residential areas Volume 1, Sections 2.5.2 (10) and  3.1 (1)   October 26, 2016
Minutes 40
PC Report 33A
No Appeals In Effect  - October 27, 2016
176 2016-416 3150 and 3200 Rideau Road To designate 3150 and 3200 Rideau Road as ‘Limestone Resource Area’ Volume 1, Schedule A   December 14, 2016
Disposition 43
ARAC Report 21
No Appeals In Effect January 12, 2017
177 2016-414 6265 Perth Street an PIN 044370215 To re-designate the subject site from Residential – One and Two Unit to Village Commercial and Residential Apartments    Volume 2C, Richmond Secondary Plan, Schedule A December 14, 2016
Disposition 43
ARAC Report 21
No Appeals In Effect January 12, 2017
178 2016-408 6219 and 6317 Dwyer Hill Road and two adjacent lots of record Site specific amendment to Schedule A from Natural Environment Area to General Rural designation Volume 1, Schedule A   December 14, 2016
Disposition 43
ARAC Report 21
No Appeals In Effect January 12, 2017
179 2016-418 City Wide Amendment To bring the Official Plan Policies for significant woodlands into compliance with the Provincial Policy Statement 2014 (PPS) Volume 1, Sections 2.4.2 (1c), 3.11 (6b) and 3.12 (3b)   December 14, 2016
Disposition 43
PC Report 37
Appeal(s) Received

2017

Amend No. By-law No. Application Name Intent Changes to Volume 1 Changes to Volume 2 Date Adopted Status
181 2017-48 Village of Richmond To update Volume 2C – Richmond Secondary Plan policies relating to service requirements for new development in the Village of Richmond   Volume 2C – Richmond Secondary Plan
Section 2(1), (2)
February 8, 2017
Minutes 45
ARAC Report 22
No Appeals In Effect March 9, 2017
182 2017-67 255 Kanata Avenue To amend the former City of Kanata Site Specific Policies in Volume 2B of the Official Plan   Volume 2B – Former City of Kanata
Sections 5.7.5.3 and 5.7.5.9(2)(b)
February 22, 2017
Disposition 46
PC Report 39
No Appeals In Effect March 22, 2017
183 2017-85 333, 343 and 347 Preston Street17 Aberdeen Street To amend Schedule B of the Preston-Carling District Secondary Plan in Volume 2A  - to permit a 25 storey building    Volume 2A – Preston-Carling Secondary Plan – Schedule B March 8, 2017
Minutes 47
PC Report 40
No Appeals In Effect April 6, 2017
184 2017-83 300 Goulbourn Forced Road To re-designate a portion of the subject site from General Urban Area to Urban Natural Features and General Urban Area as shown in Schedule 1 Schedule B   March 8, 2017
Minutes 47
PC Report 40
No Appeals In Effect April 6, 2017
185 2017-107 125 Marketplace Avenue101A Lindenshade Drive To facilitate the development of a two building retirement home complex of an eight storey building and a nine storey building   Volume 2A – South Nepean Urban Area Secondary Plan, South Nepean Town Centre – Area 7 – Section 3.3 (2) April 12, 2017
Minutes 48
PC Report 41
No Appeals In Effect May 16, 2017
186 2017-119 30 Highbury Park Road To add site-specific policies allowing retail uses on the site   Volume 2A – South Nepean Urban Area Secondary Plan – South Nepean Areas 1, 2 and 3Section 2.3.3 April 12, 2017
Minutes 48
PC Report 41
No Appeals In Effect May 16, 2017
187 2017-110 102 Bill Leathem Drive To institute policies permitting certain institutional uses on the lands Volume 1, Section 4.8.6 (3.1) Volume 2A – South Nepean Urban Area Secondary Plan – South Nepean Areas 1, 2 and 3Section 2.1.2 April 12, 2017
Minutes 48
PC Report 41
Appeal(s) Received
188 2017-102 1309 Carling Avenue -Westgate Secondary Plan To facilitate the phased redevelopment of Westgate Shopping Centre   Volume 2A – Westgate Secondary Plan 
Schedules A, B and C
April 12, 2017
Minutes 48
PC Report 41
No Appeals In Effect May 10, 2017

 

 

 

Annex 15 – Urban Expansion Areas – Methodology for Determining and Evaluating Candidate Areas

[Amendment #76, OMB File #PL100206, June 12, 2012]

Methodology

Identification of Candidate Areas

A number of assumptions guide the identification of candidate areas for analysis:

  1. The parcels must be a logical extension of the existing urban area
  2. No lands in an Agricultural Resource Area designation are considered
  3. No lands in a Natural Environment Area designation are considered;
  4. Mineral Aggregate Resource lands may be considered as candidate areas, where there is reasonable assurance that the resources would be depleted within the planning period.
  5. May include all lands in General Rural Area designation abutting the existing Urban Area that are not rendered unsuitable for residential purposes due to influence such as aircraft noise and proximity to solid waste disposal sites.
Definition of Gross Residential Hectares

The objective is to identify an additional 850 hectares of gross residential land.  Gross residential land includes residential land, public streets and limited range of non-residential uses typically found in a neighbourhood such as parks, schools, community centres, churches, convenience level retail and stormwater facilities.  It is usually measured in dwelling units per land area.

The candidate areas are examined with respect to the presence of natural heritage features.  Those lands identified as containing elements of the natural heritage system are subtracted from the gross residential land as are Hydro corridors, required setbacks from mineral resources, wetlands and other features.  The remainder is the gross residential area of the candidate parcel.

Evaluation Criteria

The overall objective is to select areas that make the best use of existing available infrastructure capacity and community resources.  These parcels should be developable within a reasonable period of time such as the next five to 10 years.  The Official Plan is reviewed every five years and the condition of City infrastructure is monitored continuously.  Lands that score lower today may very well be good candidates later. 

Table 1- Potential Evaluation Scores (weighted) by category

Category

Criterion

Weighted
Score

% of
total

Engineering

Water

8

9

Wastewater

8

9

Stormwater

8

9

Depth of Bedrock

2

2

Total for Engineering

26

30%

Transportation

Capacity

6

7

Accessibility

8

9

Distance to Rapid Transit

10

11

Total for Transportation

24

27%

Integration with Community

Distance to Mixed-use Centre (MUC) or Mainstreet

5

6

Ability to work in community

3

3

Distance to Major Recreational Facility

5

6

Distance to Emergency Services

5

6

Conflicting Land Uses

4

5

Connectivity

4

5

Local Bus Service

2

2

Agriculture Conflict

2

2

Total for Integration

30

34%

Land Absorption

Approximate Years Supply

8

9%

TOTAL

88

100%

The purpose of the evaluation is to assess the relative merits of the various candidate areas.  Each candidate area was evaluated against the criteria in Table 2.  All distances are measured from the centroid of the parcel to the facility or service being assessed. The possible scores are distributed as follows and then weighted.

Table 2 – Evaluation Criteria and Scores

Criteria

Description

Scores

Possible
Score

  1. Servicability - Water

Scores for each site ranged from 0 to 4 based on consideration of the factors in the next column

0 – major upgrade / expansion of pump station and/or distribution system required to service development area

2 – good integration with existing network but requires moderate upgrades to existing facilities;

4 – residual capacity available in pressure zone to service development area with no or minimal investment in existing distribution system.

4
weighted by 2
= 8

  1. Servicabilty - Wastewater

Scores for each site ranged from 0 to 4 based on consideration of the  factors in the next column

0 – no gravity outlet; may require new local pump station and forcemain due to topographic conditions; capacity upgrades required in external trunk sewers and/or pump station

2 – access to gravity sewers but requires moderate upgrades to existing facilities;

4 – existing trunk sewers and/or pump stations have residual capacity to service development area with no or minimal investment.

4
weighted by 2
= 8

  1. Servicability - Stormwater

Scores for each site ranged from 0 to 4 based on consideration of the factors in the next column

0 – existing servicing constraints; flood hazard constraints; no Environmental Management / Subwatershed Plan available  to guide development area;

2 – no flood hazard constraints; Environmental Management / Subwatershed Plan available to guide development, but requires update to consider cumulative impact of additional growth area;

4 – up-to-date Environmental Management / Subwatershed Plan available to guide development; drainage system and stormwater management systems approved and ready to accommodate future development.

4
weighted by 2
= 8

  1. Capacity - Roads

Examined the existing / planned road infrastructure to determine if capacity can accommodate demand

See table below

3
weighted by 2
= 6

Level of Service
(LoS)

Volume to Capacity Ratio (V/C)

Point scoring based on worst of two screenlines measured

A

0 to 0.60

not scored, none in this range

B

0.61 to 0.70

not scored, none in this range

C

0.71 to 0.80

3(weighted by 2 = 6)

D

0.81 to 0.90

1.5(weighted by 2 = 3)

E

0.91 to 1.00

0

F

>1.00

0

Note:  The Transportation Master Plan seeks to provide a sufficient peak hour directional capacity to achieve a Level of Service “D” for screenlines outside of the City’s inner core.

  1. Accessibility – Arterial and Collector Roads

Direct access to existing or planned arterial and collector roads

  • 0 - No direct access
  • 1 - Direct access to one or more collector roads
  • 2- Direct access to one arterial road
  • 3 – Direct access to 1 arterial and 1 or more collectors
  • 4 – Direct access to two or more arterials and any number of collectors

4
weighted by 2
= 8

  1. Accessibility - Transit

Distance to existing or planned rapid transit network or to park and ride.  The average is 2.9 km. The points measure up to 25% more or less and 50% more or less.

  • 0 points – more than 4.4 km
  • 1 points – 3.7 to 4.3
  • 2 points – 3.0 to 3.6
  • 3 points – 2.3 to 2.9
  • 4 points – 1.5 to 2.2
  • 5 points – 0 to 1.4

5
weighted by 2
=10

  1. Accessibility to existing or planned retail/commercial focus

Distance to a Mainstreet or Mixed-Use Centre.  The average is 4.8 km

  • 0 points – more than 7.4 km
  • 1 points – 6.1 to 7.3
  • 2 points – 4.9 to 6.0
  • 3 points – 3.7 to 4.8
  • 4 points – 2.5 to 3.6
  • 5 points – 0 to 2.4

5

  1. Ability to work in community

Jobs/Housing Balance.  This is cumulative, starting at the parcel nearest the urban boundary

  • 0 - <1.10
  • 1 – 1.1 to 1.19
  • 2 – 1.2 to 1.24
  • 3 – equal to over 1.25

3

  1. Accessibility to community facilities

Distance to a Major Recreational Facility. The average is 4.0 km

  • 0 points – more than 6.1 km
  • 1 points – 5.1 to 6.0
  • 2 points – 4.1 to 5.0
  • 3 points – 3.1 to 4.0
  • 4 points – 2.1 to 3.0
  • 5 points – 0 to 2.0

5

  1. Availability of existing or planned emergency services

Distance to emergency services – fire, ambulance and police (total /3).  The average is 5.0 km

  • 0 points – more than 7.6 km
  • 1 points – 6.4 to 7.5
  • 2 points – 5.1 to 6.3
  • 3 points – 3.9 to 5.0
  • 4 points – 2.6 to 3.8
  • 5 points – 0 to 2.5

5

  1. Connectivity to the Community

The ability to connect is available or can be planned

  • 4 points – good – totally unobstructed in all directions;
  • 3 points – less than good – partial obstruction in one direction;
  • 2 points – medium – unable to connect in one direction;
  • 0 points – poor – obstructions in 2 or more directions.

4

  1. Existing Bus Service

Local bus service exists today at the parcel

  • 2 points – all day service exists
  • 1 point – peak period service exists
  • 0 points – service does not exist

2

  1. Potential Conflicting Land Uses

Agricultural Resource Area within 500 metres

  • 0 – yes
  • 2 - no

2

  1. Potential Conflicting Land Uses

Adjacent rural development (Country Lot or Village) or adjacent landfill constraint

  • 0 – yes
  • 2 - no

2
weighted by 2
= 4

  1. Depth to Bedrock
  • 0 is 0-2 metres
  • 1 is 2 to 5 metres
  • 2 is 5 or more metres

2

  1. Land Absorption

Approximate years supply in 2009

  • 0 - .>19 (Leitrim, Riverside South)
  • 1 – 18 to 19
  • 2 – 16 to 17 (Kanata-Stittsville)
  • 3 – 14 to 15
  • 4 - <14 (South Nepean, Orleans)

4
weighted by 2
= 8

Total

 

88