Application by Mr. Duininck., on behalf of Tier Too Properties Incorporated, to enter into a development agreement for a Dog Care Facility (Kennel) with outdoor dog run at lot 1 Glen Arbour Way, Hammonds Plains.
There is a proposed multi-tenant building on Lot 1, Glen Arbour Way, Hammonds Plains. It will be behind the existing multi-tenant building at 2069 Hammonds plains Road building. This development agreement is for an outdoor dog run that will be located behind the second multi-unit building. The indoor dog service will occupy 4,000 sq ft of the total 10,000 square feet within the second multi-tenant building. The indoor dog service portion of the development can be undertaken as-of right within the C-4 (Highway Commercial) zone. However, the development of the outdoor run that is associated with the Dog Care Service is not permitted as-of-right within the C-4 (Highway Commercial) Zone. Therefore this portion of the development requires the discretionary approval of Community Council through a Development Agreement.
The site plan (see below under Documents Submitted for Evaluation) shows the site plan of the proposed building and the outside dog run. The outdoor dog run will be 4,000 square feet behind the proposed 10,000 sq.ft. building. The subject property falls within the Beaver Bank, Hammonds Plains and Upper Sackville Plan Area. The Municipal Planning Strategy for this Plan Area enables North West Community Council to consider a development agreement for an outdoor dog service on the subject property under Policies P-26A and P-137.
The application is being considered under the development agreement process.
A public information meeting may not be held. However, a mail out and opportunity to provide feedback through a survey, phone call or e-mail is available. The purpose of the consultation is to receive feedback regarding the proposal. Upon completion of the public consultation, staff will conduct an internal review of the application and submit a staff report to the North West Community Council (NWCC) to consider the proposed development agreement for the outdoor dog run and to schedule a public hearing.
The North West Community Council (NWCC) will make a decision to proceed with a public hearing. HRM will be monitoring the Public Health Directives to determine the format (virtual or in-person). This website will be updated in the future to provide all the necessary details of the public hearing format and a mailout will be provided to residents with the notification area. In the interim, if you have any question or concerns please contact the Planner listed at the bottom of this website.
Documents Submitted for Evaluation
The applicant has submitted plans required by municipal staff to properly evaluate the application: