|A Public Hearing on the rezoning of Land from Residential|
to Commercial towards a proposed Hotel development
will take place on Monday evening
(item above from previous City of PR Agenda)
A project which was first proposed prior to the adoption of the new Official Community Plan has now made it as far as a Public Hearing, with the City of Prince Rupert announcing that the hearing for the Park Avenue Modular Hotel development will take place at 6PM on Monday July 26th.
If the zoning change from residential to commercial is granted, the project would see a 60 unit complex constructed along Park Avenue adjacent to the Park Avenue Store, the process sent to Public hearing on June 28th with a covenant in place towards the development.
|Image of the proposed Park Avenue Modular Hotel,|
the development is up for a Public Hearing on Monday
(image from past City of PR Council Agenda)
At the time, some of the members of Council noted how despite having zoned the area for residential as part of their desire to steer commercial development to the downtown area, they nonetheless felt that their actions to allow for the development made for a good balance on land use.
Towards the Public Hearing in their notice, the city outlines what the process will bring for those who attend in person.
"All persons who deem themselves affected by the proposed Bylaws shall be afforded a reasonable opportunity to be heard or to present written submissions respecting matters contained in the Bylaws."
Should you not be able to attend the 6PM meeting on Monday evening, you can deliver your written submission by mail or email to the Corporate Administrator.
The mailing address is 424 3rd Avenue West, Prince Rupert, BC, V8J 1L7
By email send your submission to email@example.com
The deadline for those submissions is No later than Noon hour on July 26th.
Should you require more information contact Ms. Miller at 250-627-0963
The city notes that a copy of the Bylaws and relevant background documentation may be inspected at the City of Prince Rupert City Hall during regular office hours from 930AM to 4 PM, the information will be available to the public until this Friday.
More notes on the proposed development can be explore below:
June 30 -- Park Avenue Hotel plans move towards Public Hearing opportunity
June 28 -- Park Avenue Hotel proposal back to Council tonight
April 15 -- Prince Rupert Council gets short preview of proposed micro-hotel for Park Avenue
March 26 -- Any progress for Micro Hotel development for Park Avenue may all come down to timing of application
March 8 -- Council to review planners recommendations tonight, as they prepare to make a decision on application for proposed Park Avenue Micro-Hotel
Further notes on City Council themes is available from our archive page.
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