The following application within our neighbourhood has been approved by City of Lethbridge development officers:
621 5 Street South, a request for a further 0.35 m (1′2″) front setback waiver and a 0.73 m (2′4″) side setback waiver to bring the existing single detached dwelling into compliance and a request for a 0.30 m (1′0″) eave projection waiver into the side setback to bring the existing detached garage into compliance. (DEV06631). Medium Density Residential London Road District Sub-Area B.
The Municipal Planning Commission will consider the application on 18 November 2014.
Did you miss this week’s public feedback session about the 6 Avenue South planning study? The City of Lethbridge has provided information on their website about design options, including a presentation.
The City of Lethbridge is making the former Red Cross office building in London Road Neighbourhood available to the marketplace for sale. The asking price $360,000, and the City is accepting proposals which must be received by the City before 4:00 p.m. on June 9, 2011.
A Building Condition Assessment has been completed and is available on the City of Lethbridge website. The property is located in the London Road Neighbourhood and is also subject to the requirements of the London Road Neighbourhood Area Redevelopment Plan, which is also available on the City of Lethbridge website.
The City intends to review all proposals within a four‐week period and reserves the right to reject any or all proposals. If no bids are received within the proposal timeframe, the City will continue to accept proposals until a suitable proposal is received.
Sharon Hudemka, president of LRNA, recently took photos of the interior and exterior of the building.
A collection of affordable homes and commercial buildings are being proposed for development near the southwest, northwest and northeast corners of 13 Street and 6 Avenue South. For more information, and to comment on these proposed developments, please contact Robert McKay, Senior Community Planner, at email@example.com. Public comments will be accepted until June 17.