Fowler Bauld & Mitchell Ltd., on behalf of the property owner, are asking to change the landscaping design for a previously approved apartment building with ground-floor commercial located at 2032-2050 Robie Street, Halifax.
In 2021, Halifax and West Community Council approved a development agreement to allow a multi-unit dwelling with ground floor commercial on the lands at 2032-2050 Robie Street, Halifax. The development agreement has requirements for landscaping on the site and includes a landscaping plan. The major aspects of the proposal are as follows:
- Provide more equitable access to all doors along Robie Street and add soft landscaping (e.g., grass) along with the hard landscaping (e.g., paver stones) in the front yard;
- Remove the fence and hedge along the western property line to create a shared back yard with the lands on Parker Street;
- Incorporate a range of perennial and shrub planting; and
- A new layout for the rooftop terrace on the third floor.
Section 6.1.1 of the existing Development Agreement identifies changes to the landscaping as a non-substantive amendment.
The Development Plans (provided below) outline the development proposal in detail and include information related to the proposed landscaping.
The application will be considered under the Non-Substantive Amendments to a Development Agreement process.
This application is currently at the team review stage of the process where the request is reviewed internally by municipal staff from Development and Planning Applications, and externally by Nova Scotia Power.
Documents Submitted for Evaluation
The applicant has submitted plans and studies required by municipal staff to properly evaluate the application. The relevant documents are linked below.
Original Submission Documents:
The following new documents have been received as part of a resubmission: