Zon­ing amend­ment al­lows for ‘greater va­ri­ety of lot shapes’

Penticton Herald - - OKANAGAN -

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.

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