The public hearing for Case 21564 was held on Monday, September 10, 2018 at the St. Margaret's Bay Centre (Gymnasium) in Upper Tantallon, NS. The North West Community Council voted to approve the subject application. See below for more details.
Application by Nicolette Nicholas to rezone 65 Halfway Lake Drive, Hammonds Plains from the R-1 (Single Unit Dwelling) Zone to the R-1A (Auxiliary Dwelling) Zone under the Beaver Bank, Hammonds Plains, and Upper Sackville Land Use By-law to permit an auxiliary dwelling unit in the existing dwelling.
The subject property is located in Hammonds Plains, 0.14km west of Halfway Lake near the intersection of Halfway Lake Drive and Kipawa Crescent. The property is designated R (Residential) under the Beaver Bank, Hammonds Plains, and Upper Sackville Municipal Planning Strategy (MPS), and is zoned R1 (Single Unit Dwelling) under the Land Use By-law (LUB).
The Applicant is proposing to rezone the property to the R-1A (Auxiliary Dwelling) Zone so that an auxiliary dwelling unit can be permitted in the existing dwelling’s first floor.
This application is being considered under the rezoning process.
The public hearing for Case 21564 was held on Monday, September 10, 2018 at the St. Margaret’s Bay Centre (Gymnasium) in Upper Tantallon, NS. The North West Community Council voted to approve the subject application.
Any aggrieved person, the Provincial Director of Planning, or the Council of any adjoining municipality may, within fourteen days of Saturday, September 15, 2018 (i.e., the notice of approval publication date), appeal to the Nova Scotia Utility and Review Board (902-424-4448) in accordance with the provisions of the Halifax Regional Municipality Charter.
Documents Submitted for Evaluation
The applicant has submitted plans and information required by HRM staff to properly evaluate the application. All documents are available for viewing at the Planning Applications Office at 40 Alderney Drive in Dartmouth.