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Appendices

Appendix A - Property Boundaries

Property Boundaries

Note:
The colour of different parcels illustrates the boundaries of different parcels, or groups of parcels,
and does not indicate land ownership.

Appendix B - Greenspace Requirements

Appendix B identify the City’s current ownership, at the time of writing of this CDP, of properties within the Town Centre, additional land that would have to be acquired to achieve the Greenspace Plan, and potential land owed to the City from parkland dedication. These schedules are included for information purposes, and the information would form the basis for any formal greenspace acquisition approach.

Greenspace Requirements Map 1
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Lands under City ownership

Lands required for the Greenspace Plan

Parcel

Size (hectares)

Parcel

Size (hectares)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13

8.911
5.622
6.81
0.19
0.41
0.35
0.24
0.23
0.03
0.403
0.614
0.715
1.76

A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L

0.91
2.19
0.32
4.25
0.30
0.51
0.33
0.38
3.54
0.97
0.98
0.59

TOTAL

26.27

TOTAL

15.87

Notes:
1 Includes 2.65 hectares of future public streets.
2 Includes 0.77 hectares of future public streets.
3 Includes 2.65 hectares of future public streets.
4 Includes 0.09 hectares of future public streets.
5 Includes 0.08 hectares of future public streets.

Greenspace Requirements Map 2
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Area

Area Size
(hectares)

Parkland Yield from Area 2 (hectares)

Planned Parkland in Area (hectares)

Surplus / Deficit of Parkland in Area (hectares)

A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J

29.7
8.33
6.6
3.2
11.7
12.6
8.2
10.6
13.6
25.0

1.49
0.42
0.33
0.16
0.59
0.63
0.41
0.53
0.68
1.25

3.22
0
0
0
0
0.97
0
0.98
0.59
0

- 1.73
+ 0.42
+ 0.33
+ 0.16
+ 0.58
- 0.34
+ 0.41
- 0.45
+ 0.09
+ 1.25

TOTAL

91.44

6.48

5.17

+ 0.72

Notes:
1. All numbers are approximate and should only be used for information purposes only regarding
parkland dedication.
2. At 5% of gross area parkland dedication rate; does not factor in 2% rate for mixed-use developments
or commercial buildings, so yield may be lower depending on actual build-out.
3.Not including the land for Neighbourhood Park 2, which is currently owned by the City.

Appendix C - Demonstration Plan - Town Centre

Demonstration Plan – Town Centre

Appendix D - Demonstration Plans - Strandherd Retail District

Phase 1 – Initial Build-out

Phase 1 - Initial Build-out

Phase 2 – Interim Build-out

Phase 2 - Interim Build-out

Phase 3 – Ultimate Build-out

Phase 3 - Ultimate Build-out

Appendix E - Street Cross Sections

Street

R.O.W.

Type

Design Function

Typical Cross Section

Greenbank Road
(south of Chapman Mills Drive)

41.5

Arterial

  • Key north-south linkage
  • Mixed-use main street
  • Spine for bus rapid transit
  • Main entry point from communities to the south

Greenbank Road (south of Chapman Mills Drive) Arterial Cross Section
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Longfields Drive

37.5

Arterial

  • Seam between Town Centre and Chapman Mills communities
  • Major north-south travel route at edge of community

Longfields Drive Arterial Cross Section
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Greenbank Road
(north of Chapman Mills Drive)

37.5

Arterial

  • Key north-south linkage
  • Mixed-use main street
  • Main entry point from communities to the north

Greenbank Road(north of Chapman Mills Drive) Arterial Cross Section
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Chapman Mills Drive

41.5

Major Collector

  • Key east-west linkage through the community
  • Spine for light rail transit
  • Mixed-use main street
  • Main entry point from communities to the east and west

Chapman Mills Drive Major Collector Cross Section
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Half Moon Bay Drive

20.0

Local

  • Open frontage along Jock River and community park for public views and accessibility

Half Moon Bay Drive Local Cross Section
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Commercial Street

20.0

Local

  • Access to commercial properties
  • Permeable connections to higher order streets for all modes of transportation

Commercial Street Local Cross Section
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Residential Street

20.0

Local

  • Access to residential properties
  • Permeable connections to higher order streets for all modes of transportation

Residential Street Local Cross Section
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Commercial Rear Lane

9.5

Lane

  • Location of garages to remove presence from primary streetscape
  • Location for service and loading access

Commercial Rear Lane Cross Section
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Residential Rear Lane

8.5

Lane

  • Location of garages to remove presence from primary streetscape

Residential Rear Lane Cross Section
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