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Ultimate impact on established and local businesses, services, and Quality of Life is more difficult to adress.Economics suggests unless the relative growth of Big White tourism equals or exceeds the relative supply base increase, ( 40% since 0 million Capital / 0 Million RDKB assessed land value) there will be revenue dillution.Bylaw amendments;; proposed Regional District of Kootenay Boundary Board of Directors believes it to be in the public interest to establish a new zone to allow the construction of a 75 metre high conference centre / multiple dwelling / mixed use building on Lot A, District Lot 4168s and 4183s, SDYD, Plan KAP74856.The Proposed bylaw changes; REGIONAL DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY BOUNDARY A Bylaw to amend the Big White Official Community Plan Bylaw No.
At the Big White Community Association Annual General Meeting held November 9th, many members of the association voiced their concerns about the development.
(2) Notwithstanding Section 318 (2)(b), in the Village Core 6B Zone off-street loading facilities shall be set back a minimum of 4.5 metres from the designated fronting street. _______ _________________________________ Director of Corporate Administration Chair I, Elaine Kumar, Director of Corporate Administration of the Regional District of Kootenay Boundary, hereby certify that this is a true and correct copy of Bylaw No.
1334, cited as "Regional District of Kootenay Boundary Zoning Amendment Bylaw No. _____________ Director of Corporate Administration Background; The major hotel "The Chateau Blanc at Big White" will be the first 4 diamond hotel at Big White.
(2) In the Village Core 6B Zone, no building or part thereof shall be located within 250 metres of the westerly-most point of the parcel. Building Separation Where multiple buildings containing dwelling units are located on a single parcel of land in the Village Core 6B Zone, a separation distance of 2 metres measured between eaves shall be maintained between buildings. Height No building in the Village Core 6B Zone shall exceed 75 metres in height. Amenities for Additional Multiple Family Dwelling Density (1) Base Density: No more than 27,000 square metres of floor area may be utilized for dwelling units as part of a Multiple Family Dwelling in the Village Core 6B Zone unless in accordance with Section 406B.9(2) (2) Amenity for Bonus Density: The floor area for dwelling units as part of a Multiple Family Dwelling may exceed 27,000 square metres, up to the maximum developable under the application of other sections of the Village Core 6B Zone, upon the provision of the amenity of a minimum of 6,000 square metres of internal space generally available for public access each day, including on the ground levels of buildings in this zone, and which may include the following areas: lobby; pre-function areas; meeting rooms; ballrooms; health salon, pool and fitness centre; eating and drinking establishments; personal service establishments; ski services; and retail stores. Parking (1) Off-street parking shall be provided in accordance with Section 317 of this Bylaw. 1334, 2007" as read a third time by the Regional District of Kootenay Boundary Board of Directors this 29th day of March, 2007.
(2) Notwithstanding Section 317(4), for developments within the Village Core 6B Zone, up to 50 percent of required off-street parking spaces for all uses may be provided on land other than that in respect of which the spaces are required, provided that: (i) no parking stall is located further than 400 metres from the nearest building entrance on the parcel where the building, structure, or use requiring provision of parking is located; (ii) no transfer of required off-street parking spaces shall be made to Crown land; (iii) in no case shall any transfer under this regulation reduce or otherwise compromise the availability of required off-street parking spaces for the parcel to which the off-street parking requirement has been transferred; and (iv) an easement or covenant in favour of the Regional District is registered against the title of the parking site, requiring that it be used to provide the required number of parking spaces for the building, structure, or use which requires the parking. Loading (1) Loading spaces shall be provided in accordance with Sections 317 and 318 of this Bylaw. 1166, 2001 is amended by rezoning Lot A, District Lot 4168s and 4183s, SDYD, Plan KAP74856 indicated on the attached Schedule 'Y' from ‘Village Core 6 (VC6)’ and ‘Recreational Resource 1 (REC1)’ to Village Core 6B (VC6B)’: 5. 1166, 2001 is amended by making the following additional text changes: i) The following “Multiple Use Parking Credit” provision be added as Section 317(13)as follows: Notwithstanding the number of off-street parking spaces required under Section 317(1), where buildings on a parcel contain more than one use, the total parking requirement for all uses may be reduced in accordance with the following schedule: Total Number of Off-Street Parking Spaces Required Pursuant to Section 317 (1) Permitted Reduction to Determine Multiple Use Parking Requirement Less than 300 spaces No reduction 301 to 400 spaces 2.5% 401 to 500 spaces 5.0% 501 to 600 spaces 7.5% 601 to 700 spaces 10.0% 701 to 800 spaces 12.5% 801 to 900 spaces 15.0% 901 to 1,000 spaces 17.5% Over 1,000 spaces 20.0% ii) Replace all the text in Section 317(6) with the following: For buildings containing three or more dwelling units, the proportion of required off-street parking spaces that must be covered shall be in accordance with the following schedule: Total Number of Off-Street Parking Spaces Required Pursuant to Section 317 (1) Proportion of parking spaces that must be covered Less than 300 spaces 66% 301 to 400 spaces 64% 401 to 500 spaces 62% 501 to 600 spaces 60% 601 to 700 spaces 58% 701 to 800 spaces 56% 801 to 900 spaces 54% 901 to 1,000 spaces 52% Over 1,000 spaces 50% iii) Add the following to the parking standards to the ‘Commercial’ category under Section 317(1): l) Meeting Rooms/Ballrooms/Assembly Use 1 space per 60 Sq. ____________ Director of Corporate Administration RECONSIDERED AND FINALLY ADOPTED this 29th day of March, 2007.