Zoning amendment allows for ‘greater variety of lot shapes’
Following a public hearing at which no one spoke, Summerland council gave third reading to a housekeeping zoning amendment.
The intent of the resolution was to remove conflicting regulations in the zoning bylaw regarding building size for new lots and the subdivision and development servicing bylaw.
Rather than stating the building envelope must be 10 metres by 10 metres, the amendment says it must be 100 square metres.
“This allows for a greater variety of lot shapes,” director of development services Dean Strachan told council.