Public Meeting - 66-68 Queen's Road (Parish Lane Development)

When: 
Tuesday, November 17, 2020 - 1:00pm
Where: 
Online

Application
A Public Meeting will take place online regarding a rezoning application for 66-68 Queen’s Road (Cathedral Parish Hall).
 
Description
Following a public meeting on November 27, 2019 to discuss rezoning and development for 66-68 Queen’s Road, the applicant changed the proposed design. The applicant now proposes four (4) townhouses (instead of a large residential building) along Queen’s Road and has re-oriented the proposed 36-unit residential building on Harvey Road. The revised Land Use Assessment Report (LUAR) is available on the City’s website for public review.
 
The Minister of Environment, Climate Change and Municipalities has requested public consultation in relation to the proposed St. John’s Urban Region Regional Plan Amendment No. 1, 2020 to re-designate land at 66-68 Queen’s Road from Public Open Space to Urban Development. A copy of the amendment is available upon request. 
 
This proposed Regional Plan amendment would enable Council to amend the St. John’s Municipal Plan and Development Regulations to accommodate the proposed development. With the change in proposed building types, Council is considering different zones than previously advertised. Council is considering rezoning the land on Queen’s Road from the Institutional (INST) Zone to the Residential Mixed (RM) Zone for the townhouses, and from the Open Space (O) Zone to a new site-specific Apartment zone on Harvey Road to accommodate the Apartment Building and ensure that its size and height remains as shown. A Municipal Plan amendment is required.
 
The existing building, Cathedral Parish Hall, is designated by Council as a Heritage Building and the applicant’s design proposes demolition of this building to allow for the new buildings
 
Time & Date
Registration required
Virtual Session on Microsoft Teams 1:00 p.m. Tuesday, November 17, 2020. To register, visit: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/PMNOV172020
 
Virtual Session on Microsoft Teams 7:00 p.m. Wednesday, November 18, 2020. To register, visit: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/PMNOV182020


 
Comments
Provide your comments to the Office of the City Clerk including your name and address to cityclerk@stjohns.ca or P.O. Box 908, St. John’s, NL, A1C 5M2.
 
Comments received become a matter of public record and are included in the Council agenda for the date a decision on the application will be made. Any identifying information (including your name) will be removed prior to your comment being released publicly.  If you are writing on behalf of a group, organization, business, etc. and wish to remain anonymous, you must indicate as such with your submission.
 
Collection of personal information is authorized under the Access to Information and Protection of Privacy Act, 2015 and is needed to consider your comments on this application. Questions about the collection and use of your information may be directed to the City Clerk at 709-576-8202 or cityclerk@stjohns.ca.
 
Additional Information
Notices are sent to property owners within 150 metres of the application site. For more information call 709-576-6192 or email planning@stjohns.ca.
 
We also welcome your verbal comments; you can phone 709-576-6121 and leave a message.
 
The Newfoundland & Labrador Public Libraries have computer workstations available in the AC Hunter Library (Arts & Culture Centre, 125 Allandale Road, St. John's, NL) during 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Patrons are required to bring their own head phones and can book a workstation by calling 709-737-3950. There is also Wi-Fi available in the parking lot of each library location if a resident has their own device (AC Hunter, Marjorie Mews, Michael Donovan). 
 
Anyone wishing to obtain a paper copy of the Land Use Assessment Report can call 709-576-6192 or email planning@stjohns.ca.

Background Information
Background Information RE: Online Public Meetings
Location Map
LUAR
LUAR Appendices