Edmonton Zoning Bylaw 12800

Bylaw 17875

February 22, 2017

 

998.6 (SRA) Stillwater Rear Attached Row Housing Zone

1.          General Purpose

The purpose of this Zone is to provide for medium density residential development in the form of Stacked Row Housing, with Dwellings attached at the sides and/or rear. This Zone is generally intended for Sites located in close proximity to open space amenity.

 

2.          Permitted Uses

  1. Group Homes

  2. Limited Group Homes

  3. Lodging Houses

  4. Minor Home Based Business

  5. Row Housing

Charter Bylaw 18484

August 20, 2018

  1. Secondary Suites, where developed within Row Housing

  2. Stacked Row Housing

  3. Fascia On-premises Signs

  4. Projecting On-premises Signs

  5. Urban Gardens

3.          Discretionary Uses

  1. Child Care Services

  2. Major Home Based Business

  3. Residential Sales Centre

  4. Freestanding On-premises Signs

  5. Temporary On-premises Signs

Charter Bylaw 18613

November 26, 2018

  1. Special Event

  2. Urban Outdoor Farms

Bylaw 18304

March 18, 2018

4.          Development Regulations for Permitted and Discretionary Uses

  1. Except where modified through the regulations in this Zone, Row Housing shall be developed in accordance with the provisions of the (SRH) Stillwater Row Housing Zone.

  2. The minimum Site area shall be 312 m2.

  3. The minimum Site Width shall be 12 m.

  4. The minimum Site depth shall be 26 m.

  5. The maximum total Site Coverage shall not exceed 89%.

  6. The maximum Height shall not exceed 13.5 m in accordance with Section 52.

  7. The minimum Front Setback shall be 4.0 m, except that:

  1. the minimum Front Setback shall be 3.5 m when a Treed Landscaped Boulevard is provided at the front of the Lot; and

  2. the minimum distance between the Front Lot Line and the door of an attached Garage shall be 5.5 m.

  1. Notwithstanding Section 44(1)(a) of the Zoning Bylaw, an Unenclosed Front Porch or platform structure, may  project into the Side Setback Abutting a public roadway other than a Lane a maximum of 1.5 m. Steps and eaves may project beyond the Front Porch providing they are at least 0.4 m from the Lot line and do not extend over a registered utility easement. Eaves may project to the Lot line in a corner cut as shown in subsection (4)(j)(iii) of this Zone provided they do not extend over a registered utility easement.

  2. The minimum Rear Setback shall be 4.0 m, except that:

  1. the minimum Rear Setback shall be 3.5 m when a Treed Landscaped Boulevard is provided at the rear of the Lot; and

  2. the minimum distance between the Rear Lot Line and the door of an attached Garage shall be 5.5 m.

  1. The minimum Side Setback shall be 1.2 m except that:

  1. The Side Setback Abutting a public roadway other than a Lane shall be 2.5 m;

  2. The minimum distance between the Side Lot Line abutting a public roadway other than a lane and a Garage Door facing the flanking public roadway shall be 5.5 m; and

  3. The minimum Side Setback to the corner cut for Corner Lots shall be 0.3 m, as shown in the following illustration:

 

  1. The flanking side of the principal building shall not be a Blank Wall, and shall be articulated through architectural elements including but not limited to recesses or projections, windows, a side entrance, a porch or other architectural elements.

  2. Signs shall be in accordance with Schedule 59A.

  3. Parking shall be provided in accordance with Section 54.

  4. All roof leaders from the Dwellings shall be connected to the individual storm sewer service for each Lot.

  5. All roof leaders from Accessory buildings shall be connected to the individual storm sewer service for each Lot or directed to drain directly to an adjacent Lane.

  6. Maintenance and/or drainage and utility easement(s) may be required between Abutting buildings and/or through private Yards of one or more Dwellings to ensure adequate access for property, drainage and utility maintenance.

  7. Each Dwelling unit within Row Housing and Stacked Row Housing shall be individually defined through a combination of architectural features that may include variations in the rooflines, projection or recession of the façade, porches or entrance features, building materials, or other treatments.

  8. Site design for Row Housing and Stacked Row Housing developments consisting of six or more attached Dwellings shall include entry transition features such as but not limited to steps, decorative fences, gates, hedges, low walls, and/or planting beds in the Front Yard.

Charter Bylaw 18381

May 7, 2018

  1. Notwithstanding Sections 46 of the Zoning Bylaw, a minimum Private Outdoor Amenity Area of 5 m² per Dwelling shall be provided as follows:

  1. The Outdoor Amenity Area shall be permanently retained as open space, unencumbered by an Accessory building or future additions;

  2. Private Outdoor Amenity Areas may be provided in the Front Yard or on a corner site within the Front and Side Yard.

  3. Private Outdoor Amenity Areas may be provided above ground level provided that it shall be at least 5 m² in area, with neither the width nor the depth less than 2.0 m.

  4. Screening of Private Outdoor Amenity Areas shall not be required from a public roadway, Lane or private roadway.

Charter Bylaw 18381

May 7, 2018

  1. Notwithstanding subsection 998.6(4)(s), and Sections 46 of the Zoning Bylaw, Private Outdoor Amenity Area shall not be required for Multi-unit Project Developments where:

  1. A minimum outdoor Common Amenity Area of 50 m² is provided; or

  2. A Public Park is located adjacent to the Multi-unit Project Development Site and not separated from the Site by a roadway, other than a Lane.

  1. Notwithstanding Section 48 of the Zoning Bylaw, Separation Space shall not be required.

  2. Limited Group Homes and Group Homes shall comply with Section 96 of the Zoning Bylaw.

  3. Lodging Houses shall comply with Sections 76 and 96 of the Zoning Bylaw.

  4. Urban Gardens shall comply with Section 98 of the Zoning Bylaw.

Bylaw 18304

March 18, 2018

5.          Additional Development Regulations for Discretionary Uses

  1. The following regulations shall apply to Residential Sales Centres:

  1. Residential Sales Centres may be located within a temporary structure.

  2. Where a temporary Residential Sales Centre is located, an accessory parking lot may be provided. The accessory parking lot shall be:

  1. Located within the same or Abutting parcel;

  2. Hardsurfaced; and

  3. Temporary and must be removed once the Residential Sales Centre is no longer in operation.

  1. Residential Sales Centres may be permitted to remain for a period of up to 15 years. Additional extensions may be permitted at the discretion of the Development Officer.

  1. Urban Outdoor Farms shall comply with Section 98 of the Zoning Bylaw.