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In order to accommodate the current distancing directives and avoid gatherings, Town Council is asking interested residents to express their views in writing by April 15, 2021 – instead of in person – regarding the request for a minor variance at 308, Geneva Crescent. The request has to do with the front setback of the future building facing De Dieppe Avenue.
In accordance with Order number 2020-74 issued by the Government of Québec on October 2, 2020, any interested party may express themselves during a written consultation on the request for a minor variance concerning the front setback of the immovable located at 308, Geneva Crescent. The 15-day written consultation was advertised on March 31, 2021 by way of public notice.
The object of this application is to legalize, in accordance with the Minor Variance By-law No. 1312, the front setback of the future building at 6 m on Dieppe Avenue, encroaching by 4.5 m in the 10.5 m minimum setback required by Zoning By-law No. 1441 in zone H-522-B.
The purpose of this request for a minor variance is to provide for alignment with the adjacent building on de Dieppe Avenue and to provide a private courtyard for the new building.
In accordance with Minor Variances By-law No. 1312, Council will consider the following conditions:
- the request for a minor variance to the Zoning by-law does not contravene the objectives of Town of Mount Royal’s urban plan;
- the immovable complies with the other provisions of By-law No. 1441 Concerning Zoning, Subdivision By-law No. 1442, and Building By-law No. 1443;
- the application of the current setback would constitute a serious prejudice to the owner of the property.
Any interested person will be heard by Town Council by submitting their comments in writing no later than April 15, 2021.
To be eligible, a comment must be:
- sent by email to firstname.lastname@example.org;
- be deposited in the mail chute at Town Hall, 90 Roosevelt Avenue, Mount Royal, Attention to Town Clerk.