Scope of Work
In early 2020, Green Valley Equities attained a development permit for a small apartment building situated across from the Westmount Shopping Centre. The development is intended to add housing choices to the Westmount neighbourhood in a location with great access to transit, shops, and services.
However, the development permit was appealed to the Subdivision and Development Appeal Board (SDAB) by an adjacent landowner with concerns about parking and landscaping. Subsequently, Green Valley Equities engaged Situate to prepare the formal respondent submission to the appeal board, consisting of written arguments and supporting illustrations.
Situate’s submission demonstrated that the proposed project would not unduly interfere with neighbourhood amenities, in accordance with Alberta’s Municipal Government Act. Consequently, the board’s decision denied the appeal and confirmed the issuance of the development permit. As a result, the development will be able to proceed, attracting new residents to one of Edmonton’s most livable mature neighbourhoods.
Building elevation by SPAN Architecture, illustrative enhancements by Situate.
The Situate team was very professional to work with. Keep up the good work!Baidar Rana
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