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1 Section 13 Urban Residential Zones 13.1 RU1 Large Lot Housing RU1c Large Lot Housing with Carriage House RU1h Large Lot Housing (Hillside Area) RU1hc Large Lot Housing (Hillside Area) with Carriage House Purpose The purpose is to provide a zone for single detached housing, and compatible secondary uses, on larger serviced urban lots Principal Uses The principal uses in this zone are: agriculture, urban community garden single dwelling housing Secondary Uses The secondary uses in this zone are: (g) bed and breakfast homes child care centre, minor carriage homes (RU1c only) group homes, minor home based businesses, major home based businesses, minor secondary suites Buildings and Structures Permitted one single detached house (which may contain a secondary suite); permitted accessory buildings or structures carriage house (permitted only on properties that have a c designated sub-zone) only one secondary dwelling unit is permitted (e.g. secondary suite or carriage house) Subdivision Regulations The minimum lot width is 16.5 m, except it can be 15.0 m where there is access to a rear lane. It is 17.0 m for a corner lot or where it would create lots less than 50% of the width of an abutting RU1 lot. The minimum lot depth is 30.0 m. The minimum lot area is 550 m². Section 13 Urban Residential Zones Revised August 10, 2015 RU1-1 RU1c-1 RU1h-1

2 Development Regulations The maximum site coverage is 40% and together with driveways and parking areas, shall not exceed 50%. For all accessory buildings or structures and carriage houses: o The maximum combined lot coverage of all accessory buildings or structures and carriage houses shall not exceed 14%. o The maximum combined area of all accessory buildings / structures and carriage houses (e.g. footprint size) shall not exceed 90 m². o The maximum net floor area of a carriage house shall not exceed 90 m². o The maximum net floor area of all carriage houses (including 1 storey carriage houses) shall not exceed 75% of the total net floor area of the principal building. o If a development contains a carriage house and if the height of all the accessory buildings / structures, and carriage house are limited to one (1) storey then the following bonus applies: The maximum combined lot coverage of all accessory buildings / structures and carriage houses may be increased to a maximum of 20% The maximum combined area of all accessory buildings / structures and carriage houses (e.g. footprint size) may be increased to a maximum of 130 m² subject to: The maximum area (e.g. footprint size) of a carriage house shall not exceed 100 m². The maximum area (e.g. footprint size) of all accessory buildings / structures (including garages) shall not exceed 50 m². the maximum height for principal buildings shall be: i. 9.5 m or 2 ½ storeys whichever is the lesser; or ii. 2 ½ storeys in the RU1h zone and where any vertical wall element facing a front, flanking street or rear yard (including walkout basements) is the lesser of 6.5 m or 2 storeys, above which the building shall be stepped back at least 1.2 m; and iii. 4.5m for accessory buildings or structures. Section 13 Urban Residential Zones Revised October 26, 2015 RU1-2 RU1c-2 RU1h-2

3 In RU1 and RU1c zones, the minimum front yard is 4.5m except it is 6.0m from a garage or carport having vehicular entry from the front. In RU1h zones the minimum front yard is 3.0m except it is 6.0m measured from the back of curb or a sidewalk whichever is closest, to a garage or carport having vehicular entry from the front. In a hillside area, where access is required through, and is limited to, a lane, the yard abutting the lane may be considered the front yard. Walkout basements are not exempt from the height regulations of Section 6.6 in this situation. (g) The minimum side yard is 2.0 metres for a 1 or 1 ½ storey portion of a building and 2.3 metres for a 2 or 2 ½ storey portion of a building, except that it is 4.5 metres (other than in RU1h zones) from a flanking street or when required by subparagraph From a flanking street the setback to a garage or carport which is accessed from that street is 6.0m. Where there is no lane abutting the site, one side yard must be a least 3.0m for vehicular access, unless there is an attached garage or carport which is an integral part of the dwelling. In RU1h zones the minimum setback from a flanking street for a garage or carport with vehicular entry from the front shall be the lesser of 3.0 metres to property line or 6.0 metres measured from the back of curb or a sidewalk. The minimum rear yard is 7.5 m, except it is 1.5 m for accessory buildings. Where the lot width exceeds the lot depth, the minimum rear yard is 4.5 m provided that one side yard shall have a minimum width of 4.5 m. For RU1h zones, the maximum height of any vertical wall element facing a front, flanking street or rear yard (including walkout basements) is the lesser of 6.5m or 2 storeys, above which the building must be stepped back at least 1.2m. For RU1h zones, all decks, supporting posts or columns shall not exceed the lesser of 4.5m or 1 storey in height, such measurements to include the height of any support structure or retaining wall. Height will be measured from the grade at the base of the deck, post, or column to the highest point of the deck, exclusive of railings. Section 13 Urban Residential Zones Revised September 8, 2014 RU1-3 RU1c-3 RU1h-3

4 Other Regulations There shall be no more than one single detached house per lot. A "c" notation shown on Schedule "A" as part of the identified zone classification indicates that a secondary use in the form of a secondary dwelling unit is permitted on the properties so designated, subject to meeting the conditions of use of the zone. A "c" zoning classification on a property shall be established by rezoning the subject property to the "c" version of the parent zone. A carriage house must not be closer than 3.0m to an existing principal building. Where a development has access to a lane, vehicular access to the development is only permitted from the lane, except for developments in hillside areas where the topography would require the slope of such access to exceed 15%. In addition to the regulations listed above, other regulations may apply. These include the general development regulations of Section 6 (accessory development, yards, projections into yards, lighting, stream protection, etc.), the landscaping and fencing provisions of Section 7, the parking and loading regulations of Section 8, and the specific use regulations of Section 9. An h notation shown on Schedule A as part of the identified zone classification indicates that the zoned area may be developed in accordance with Hillside Street Standards contained in the Subdivision, and Development Services Bylaw. (g) For RU1h zones adjacent to a provincial highway, the minimum building setback shall be 4.5m. (h) [deleted] Section 13 Urban Residential Zones Revised October 26, 2015 RU1-4 RU1c-4 RU1h-4

5 13.2 RU2 Medium Lot Housing RU2c Medium Lot Housing with Carriage House RU2h Medium Lot Housing (Hillside Area) RU2hc Medium Lot Housing (Hillside Area) with Carriage House Purpose The purpose is to provide a zone for single detached housing, and compatible secondary uses, on medium sized serviced urban lots Principal Uses The principal uses in this zone are: agriculture, urban community garden single dwelling housing Secondary Uses The secondary uses in this zone are: (g) bed and breakfast homes child care centre, minor carriage house (RU2c and RU2hc only) group homes, minor home based businesses, major home based businesses, minor secondary suites Buildings and Structures Permitted one single detached house (which may contain a secondary suite); permitted accessory buildings or structures carriage house (permitted only on properties that have a c designated sub-zone) only one secondary dwelling unit is permitted (e.g. secondary suite or carriage house) Subdivision Regulations The minimum lot width is 13.0 m, except that it can be 12.0 m when there is access to a rear lane. It is 15.0 m for a corner lot. The minimum lot depth is 30.0 m. The minimum lot area is 400 m². Section 13 Urban Residential Zones Revised August 10, 2015 RU2-1 RU2c-1 RU2h-1 RU2h/c-1

6 Development Regulations The maximum site coverage is 40% and together with driveways and parking areas, shall not exceed 50%. For all accessory buildings or structures and carriage houses: o o o o o The maximum combined lot coverage of all accessory buildings or structures and carriage houses shall not exceed 14%. The maximum combined area of all accessory buildings / structures and carriage houses (e.g. footprint size) shall not exceed 90 m². The maximum net floor area of a carriage house shall not exceed 90 m². The maximum net floor area of all carriage houses (including 1 storey carriage houses) shall not exceed 75% of the total net floor area of the principal building. If a development contains a carriage house and if the height of all the accessory buildings / structures, and carriage house are limited to one (1) storey then the following bonus applies: The maximum combined lot coverage of all accessory buildings / structures and carriage houses may be increased to a maximum of 20% The maximum combined area of all accessory buildings / structures and carriage houses (e.g. footprint size) may be increased to a maximum of 130 m² subject to: The maximum area (e.g. footprint size) of a carriage house shall not exceed 100 m². The maximum area (e.g. footprint size) of all accessory buildings / structures (including garages) shall not exceed 50 m². the maximum height for principal buildings shall be: 9.5 m or 2 ½ storeys whichever is lesser; or 2 ½ storeys in the RU2h zone and any vertical wall element facing a front, flanking street or rear yard (including walkout basements) is the lesser of 6.5 m or 2 storeys, above which the building shall be stepped back at least 1.2 m; and 4.5 m for accessory buildings or structures. In RU2 and RU2c zones, the minimum front yard is 4.5 metres except that it is 6.0 metres from a garage or carport having vehicular entry from the front. In RU2h and RU2hc zones, the minimum front yard is 3.0 metres, except it is 6.0 metres measured from the back of the curb or sidewalk, whichever is closest, to a garage or carport having vehicular entry at the front. In a hillside area, where access is required through, and is limited to, a lane, the yard abutting the lane may be considered the front yard. Walkout basements are not exempt from the height regulations of Section 6.6 in this situation. Section 13 Urban Residential Zones Revised October 26, 2015 RU2-2 RU2c-2 RU2h-2 RU2h/c-2

7 The minimum side yard is 1.5 m for a 1 or 1½ storey portion of a building and 1.8 m for a 2 or 2 ½ storey portion of a building, except it is 4.5 from a flanking street, unless there is vehicular access to a garage or carport where it shall be 6.0m. In RU2h and RU2hsc zones the minimum setback from a flanking street for a garage or carport with vehicular entry from the front shall be the lesser of 3.0 metres to property line or 6.0 metres measured from the back of curb or a sidewalk. In RU2, RU2c, RU2h and RU2hc zones where there is no lane abutting the site, one side yard must be a least 3.0m for vehicular access, unless there is an attached garage or carport which is an integral part of the dwelling. The minimum rear yard is 6.0 m for a 1 or 1½ storey portion of a building and 7.5 m for a 2 or 2½ storey portion of a building, except it is 1.5 m for accessory buildings. Where the lot width exceeds the lot depth, the minimum rear yard is 4.5 m provided that one side yard shall have a minimum width of 4.5 m. For RU2h and RU2hc zones, all decks, supporting posts or columns shall not exceed the lesser of 4.5m or 1 storey in height, such measurements to include the height of any support structure or retaining wall Other Regulations (g) (h) There shall be no more than one single detached house per lot. Where a development has access to a lane, vehicular access to the development is only permitted from the lane, except for developments in hillside areas where the topography would require the slope of such access to exceed 15%. In addition to the regulations listed above, other regulations may apply. These include the general development regulations of Section 6 (accessory development, yards, projections into yards, lighting, stream protection, etc.), the landscaping and fencing provisions of Section 7, the parking and loading regulations of Section 8, and the specific use regulations of Section 9. A "c" notation shown on Schedule "A" as part of the identified zone classification indicates that a secondary use in the form of a secondary dwelling unit is permitted on the properties so designated, subject to meeting the conditions of use of the zone. A "c" zoning classification on a property shall be established by rezoning the subject property to the "c" version of the parent zone. A carriage house must not be closer than 3.0m to an existing principal building. An h notation shown on Schedule A as part of the identified zone classification indicates that the zoned area may be developed in accordance with Hillside Standards contained in the Subdivision, and Development Services Bylaw. [deleted] [deleted] Section 13 Urban Residential Zones Revised October 26, 2015 RU2-3 RU2c-3 RU2h-3 RU2h/c-3

8 13.3 RU3 Small Lot Housing RU3h Small Lot Housing (Hillside Area) Purpose The purpose is to provide a zone for single detached housing, and compatible secondary uses, on smaller serviced urban lots Principal Uses The principal uses in this zone are: agriculture, urban community garden single dwelling housing Secondary Uses The secondary uses in this zone are: child care centre, minor bed and breakfast group homes, minor home based businesses, minor secondary suite Buildings and Structures Permitted one single detached house (which may contain a secondary suite). Permitted accessory buildings or structures Subdivision Regulations The minimum lot width is 8.5 m, except it is 10.0 m for a corner lot. The minimum lot depth is 30.0 m. The minimum lot area is 290 m Development Regulations The maximum site coverage is 40% and together with driveways and parking areas, shall not exceed 50%. The maximum height is the lesser of 9.5 m or 2 ½ storeys, except it is 4.5 m for accessory buildings or structures. For the RU3h zone the maximum height of any vertical wall element facing a yard, front, side or rear (including walkout basements) is the lesser of 6.5 m or 2 storeys, above which the building must be stepped back at least 1.2 m. The minimum front yard is 3.5 m. Section 13 Urban Residential Zones Revised August 10, 2015 RU3-1 RU3hc-1

9 (g) (h) (i) The minimum side yard is 1.2 m for a 1, 1½, or 2 storey portion of a building and 1.5 m for a 2½ storey portion of a building, except it is 2.5 m from a flanking street or when required by Section (g). For any allowable projection into the 1.2 meter side yard setback, no unprotected opening(s) are permitted in the projection and the projection must be constructed with a minimum 45 minute fire resistance rating. The maximum projection is limited to 0.6 meters including the roof of the projection. Notwithstanding Section , one side yard, not flanking a street, may be reduced to 0.0 m provided there is a 2.4 m clear easement registered against the abutting lot (except for permitted overhanging eaves and accessory buildings located at least 4.5 m from the rear of the principal building). There shall be no windows or doors on the side of the dwelling without the side yard. The minimum rear yard is 6.0 m for a 1 or 1½ storey portion of a building and 7.5 m for a 2 or 2½ storey portion of a building, but it is 1.5 m for accessory buildings. Where the lot width exceeds the lot depth, the minimum rear yard is 4.5 m provided that one side yard shall have a minimum width of 4.5m. For the RU3h zone, all decks, supporting posts or columns shall not exceed the lesser of 4.5 m or 1 storey in height, such measurements to include the height of any support structure or retaining wall Other Regulations There shall be no more than one single detached house per lot. Development must have vehicular access to a rear side lane. Vehicles may only access a lot from a fronting street when the lot meets the subdivision regulations for the RU2 Medium Lot Housing zone. One garage or carport, or the location for one, shall be provided on the lot. In addition to the regulations listed above, other regulations may apply. These include the general development regulations of Section 6 (accessory development, yards, projections into yards, lighting, stream protection, etc.), the landscaping and fencing provisions of Section 7, the parking and loading regulations of Section 8, and the specific use regulations of Section 9. An h notation shown on Schedule A as part of the identified zone classification indicates that the zoned area may be developed in accordance with Hillside Standards contained in the Subdivision, Development and Servicing Bylaw. Section 13 Urban Residential Zones Revised October 27, 2014 RU3-2 RU3hc-2

10 (g) (h) (i) (j) A "c" notation shown on Schedule "A" as part of the identified zone classification indicates that a secondary use in the form of a secondary dwelling unit is permitted on the properties so designated, subject to meeting the conditions of use of the zone. A "c" zoning classification on a property shall be established by rezoning the subject property to the "c" version of the parent zone. [deleted] [deleted] [deleted] [deleted] Section 13 Urban Residential Zones Revised October 27, 2014 RU3-3 RU3hc-3

11 13.4 RU4 Low Density Cluster Housing RU4h Low Density Cluster Housing (Hillside Area) Purpose The purpose is to provide a zone for comprehensively planned clusters of single detached and semi-detached housing, in a strata format with urban services, in order to preserve topography, natural features, open space, or environmentally sensitive features Principal Uses The principal uses in this zone are: agriculture, urban community garden single dwelling housing two dwelling housing Secondary Uses The secondary uses in this zone are: child care centre, minor group homes, minor home based businesses, minor Buildings and Permitted Structures one single detached house semi-detached housing permitted accessory buildings and structures Subdivision Regulations The minimum site width is 40.0 m. The minimum site depth is 30.0 m. The minimum site area is 6000 m² Development Regulations The maximum density is 17 dwellings/ha. The maximum site coverage is 35%, provided that the maximum site coverage of buildings, driveways, and parking areas is 45%. The maximum height is the lesser of 9.5 m or 2½ storeys, except it is 4.5 m for accessory buildings and for accessory structures. The minimum site front yard is 4.5 m. In RU4h zones the minimum front yard is 3.0m except it is 6.0m measured from the back of curb or a sidewalk whichever is closest, to a garage or carport having vehicular entry from the front. Section 13 Urban Residential Zones Revised August 10, 2015 RU4-1 RU4h-1

12 (g) (h) The minimum side yard is 3.0 metres, except that it is 4.5 metres from a flanking street. In RU4h zones the minimum setback from a flanking street shall be 3.0 m, except that it is 6.0 m measured from the back of curb or a sidewalk, whichever is closest to a garage or carport having vehicular entry from the front. The minimum site rear yard is 6.0 m. Where the lot width exceeds the lot depth, the minimum rear yard is 4.5 m. For RU4h zones, the maximum height of any vertical wall element facing a front, flanking or rear yard (including walkout basements) is the lesser of 6.5m or 2 storeys, above which the building must be stepped back at least 1.2m. For RU4h zones, all decks, supporting posts or columns shall not exceed the lesser of 4.5m or 1 storey in height, such measurements to include the height of any support structure or retaining wall Other Regulations There shall be no more than one accessory building or structure per dwelling. In addition to the regulations listed above, other regulations may apply. These include the general development regulations of Section 6 (accessory development, yards, projections into yards, lighting, stream protection, etc.), the landscaping and fencing provisions of Section 7, the parking and loading regulations of Section 8, and the specific use regulations of Section 9. An h notation shown on Schedule A as part of the identified zone classification indicates that the zoned area may be developed in accordance with Hillside Street Standards contained in the Subdivision, and Development Services Bylaw. Section 13 Urban Residential Zones Revised December 6, 2004 RU4-2 RU4h-2

13 13.5 RU5 Bareland Strata Housing Purpose The purpose is to provide a zone for bareland strata use on serviced urban lots Principal Uses The principal uses in this zone are: agriculture, urban community garden single dwelling housing Secondary Uses The secondary uses in this zone are: child care centre, minor group homes, minor home-based businesses, major home based businesses, minor Buildings and Permitted Structures a) one single detached house b) semi-detached housing c) permitted accessory buildings and structures Subdivision Regulations The minimum site width is 40.0 m. The minimum site area is 1.0 ha. The minimum lot width for a bareland strata lot is 12.0 m. The minimum lot depth for a bareland strata lot is 25.0 m. The minimum area for a bareland strata lot is 325 m² Development Regulations The maximum height is the lesser of 9.5 m or 2½ storeys, except it is 4.5 m for accessory buildings and for accessory structures. bareland strata lot site coverage by principal and accessory buildings or structures shall not exceed 50%. The minimum site front yard is 4.5 m. The minimum site flanking side yard is 3.0 m. The minimum site rear yard is 6.0 m. Where the site width exceeds the site depth, the minimum rear yard is 4.5 m. The sum of both side yards on a bareland strata lot, where there is no semi-detached housing, shall be 3.0 metres except where a bareland strata lot abuts an internal roadway, the setback shall be a minimum of 3.0 metres from the flanking roadway and the sum of both side yards shall not be less than 4.5 metres. A garage or carport shall be no less than 6.0 Section 13 Urban Residential Zones Revised October 26, 2015 RU5-1

14 metres from a curb or sidewalk. Where there is semi-detached housing, no more than one dwelling unit is permitted per bareland strata lot. A 0.0 metre side yard is permitted on either side of the property line over which the building sits in order to accommodate this housing type, when the other side yard on each bareland strata lot is a minimum of 3.0 metres (g) The minimum bareland strata rear yard for an internal lot is 4.5 m for a one storey building and 6.0 m for development above the first storey, but may be reduced to 3.0 m where the rear yard abuts common property used for recreational or open space purposes, or public open space Other Regulations There shall be not more than one minor care centre permitted per strata lot. One principal residential building shall be permitted per bareland strata lot. There shall be no more than one accessory building per principal residential dwelling per lot with a minimum rear yard of 1.5 metres. Other than required yard areas, a minimum of 10% of the site shall be open space. An accessory building continuing recreational amenities for the use of all residents shall conform to the setback requirements for the principal buildings. In addition to the regulations listed above, other regulations may apply. These include the general development regulations of Section 6 (accessory development, yards, projections into yards, lighting, stream protection, etc.), the landscaping and fencing provisions of Section 7, the parking and loading regulations of Section 8, and the specific use regulations of Section 9. Section 13 Urban Residential Zones Revised October 17, 2011 RU5-2

15 13.6 RU6 Two Dwelling Housing RU6b Two Dwelling Housing with Boarding or Lodging House RU6h Two Dwelling Housing (Hillside Area) Purpose The purpose is to provide a zone for development of a maximum of two dwelling units per lot Principal Uses The principal uses in this zone are: agriculture, urban community garden single dwelling housing two dwelling housing Secondary Uses The secondary uses in this zone are: (g) (h) bed and breakfast homes boarding or lodging houses (RU6b only) child care centre, minor carriage house group homes, minor home based businesses, major home based businesses, minor secondary suite Buildings and Structures Permitted (g) NOTE: one single detached house (which may contain a secondary suite) duplex housing* semi-detached housing* two single detached houses* Permitted accessory buildings or structures Carriage house Only one secondary dwelling unit is permitted (e.g. secondary suite or carriage house) Buildings or structures indicated by an (*) are only permitted on lots that meet duplex lot size requirements Subdivision Regulations The minimum lot width is 13.0 m for single detached housing, except it is 15.0 m for a corner lot. The minimum lot width is 18.0 m for a site with semi-detached or duplex housing, except that it is 20.0 m for a corner lot. The minimum lot depth is 30.0 m. Section 13 Urban Residential Zones Revised August 10, 2015 RU6-1 RU6b-1 RU6h-1

16 The minimum lot area is 400 m² for single detached housing, but 440 m² for a corner lot. It is 700 m² for a site, but 800 m² for a corner site, with semi-detached or duplex housing Development Regulations The maximum site coverage is 40% and together with driveways and parking areas, shall not exceed 50%. For all accessory buildings or structures and carriage houses: o o o o o The maximum combined lot coverage of all accessory buildings or structures and carriage houses shall not exceed 14%. The maximum combined area of all accessory buildings / structures and carriage houses (e.g. footprint size) shall not exceed 90 m². The maximum net floor area of a carriage house shall not exceed 90 m². The maximum net floor area of all carriage houses (including 1 storey carriage houses) shall not exceed 75% of the total net floor area of the principal building. If a development contains a carriage house and if the height of all the accessory buildings / structures, and carriage house are limited to one (1) storey then the following bonus applies: The maximum combined lot coverage of all accessory buildings / structures and carriage houses may be increased to a maximum of 20% The maximum combined area of all accessory buildings / structures and carriage houses (e.g. footprint size) may be increased to a maximum of 130 m² subject to: The maximum area (e.g. footprint size) of a carriage house shall not exceed 100 m². The maximum area (e.g. footprint size) of all accessory buildings / structures (including garages) shall not exceed 50 m². The maximum height for principal buildings is the lesser of 9.5m or 2 ½ storeys. The maximum height for accessory buildings / structures is 4.5m. The maximum height for carriage houses is 4.8m. The minimum site front yard is 4.5 m, except it is 6.0 from a garage or carport. In RU6h zones the minimum front yard is 3.0m except it is 6.0m measured from the back of curb or a sidewalk whichever is closest, to a garage or carport having vehicular entry from the front. Section 13 Urban Residential Zones Revised September 8, 2014 RU6-2 RU6b-2 RU6h-2

17 The minimum site side yard is 2.0 m for a 1 or 1½ storey portion of a building and 2.3 m for a 2 storey portion of a building, except it is 4.5 m from a flanking street or unless there is a garage accessed from the flanking street, it is 6.0m. In RU6, RU6h and RU2b zones where there is no lane abutting the site, one side yard must be a least 3.0m for vehicular access, unless there is an attached garage or carport which is an integral part of the dwelling. In RU6h zones the minimum setback from a flanking street shall be 3.0m, except that it is 6.0m measured from the back of curb or a sidewalk, whichever is closest to a garage or carport having vehicular entry from the front. The minimum site rear yard is 6.0 m for a 1 or 1½ storey portion of a building and 7.5 m for a 2 or 2½ storey portion of a building, except it is 1.5 m for accessory buildings. Where the lot width exceeds the lot depth, the minimum rear yard is 4.5 m provided that one side yard shall have a minimum width of 4.5 m. Semi-detached and duplex housing shall provide a minimum area of 30 m² of private open space per dwelling and group homes, minor and boarding or lodging houses shall provide a minimum area of 7.5 m² of private open space per bedroom in addition to the principal dwelling. This may be in required side or rear yards provided the minimum dimension of the space is 4.5 m. (g) A site may be developed with a maximum of two single detached housing units where all the requirements for duplex housing have been met. The two single detached housing units must be separated by a minimum distance of 4.5 metres. (h) (i) For RU6h zones, the maximum height of any vertical wall element facing a front, flanking or rear yard (including walkout basements) is the lesser of 6.5m or 2 storeys, above which the building must be stepped back at least 1.2m. For RU6h zones, all decks, supporting posts or columns shall not exceed the lesser of 4.5m or 1 storey in height, such measurements to include the height of any support structure or retaining wall. Section 13 Urban Residential Zones Revised September 8, 2014 RU6-3 RU6b-3 RU6h-3

18 Other Regulations A "b" notation shown on Schedule "A" as part of the identified zone classification indicates that a secondary use in the form of a Boarding or Lodging House is permitted on the properties so designated, subject to meeting the conditions of use of the zone. A "b" zoning classification on a property shall be established by rezoning the property to the "b" version of the parent zone. Group homes, minor and boarding or lodging houses for 8 to 10 residents shall meet the minimum subdivision regulations for semi-detached and duplex housing. Group homes, minor and boarding or lodging houses for less than 8 residents shall meet the minimum subdivision regulations for single detached housing. A carriage house must not be closer than 3.0m to an existing principal building. (g) (h) (i) All semi-detached and duplex housing shall be designed so there is driveway access for each dwelling. Bed and breakfast homes and minor group homes are only permitted in single detached housing. where the development has access to a lane, vehicular access to the development is only permitted from the lane, except for developments in hillside areas where the topography would require the slope of such access to exceed 15%. Boarding or lodging houses are only permitted in single detached housing and are limited to a maximum of 10 residents. In addition to the regulations listed above, other regulations may apply. These include the general development regulations of Section 6 (accessory development, yards, projections into yards, lighting, stream protection, etc.), the landscaping and fencing provisions of Section 7, the parking and loading regulations of Section 8, and the specific use regulations of Section 9. An h notation shown on Schedule A as part of the identified zone classification indicates that the zoned area may be developed in accordance with Hillside Street Standards contained in the Subdivision, and Development Services Bylaw. Section 13 Urban Residential Zones Revised October 26, 2015 RU6-4 RU6b-4 RU6h-4

19 13.7 RM1 Four Dwelling Housing Purpose The purpose is to provide a zone for the development of a maximum of four dwelling units in the form of single detached, semi-detached, duplex, three-plex or four-plex housing on urban services Principal Uses The principal uses in this zone are: community garden single dwelling housing two dwelling housing three dwelling housing four dwelling housing Secondary Uses The secondary uses in this zone are: agriculture, urban carriage house child care centre, minor home based businesses, minor secondary suite Buildings and Structures Permitted (g) carriage house duplex housing four-plex housing three-plex housing semi-detached housing single detached house (which may contain a secondary suite) permitted accessory buildings and structures Subdivision Regulations The minimum site width is 20.0 m, except it is 22.0 m for a corner lot. The minimum site depth is 30.0 m. The minimum site area is 700 m², except it is 800 m² for a corner lot Development Regulations The maximum site coverage is 40%, except the maximum site coverage of buildings, driveways, and parking areas is 50%. The maximum floor area ratio is 0.6. The maximum height is the lesser of 9.5 m or 2½ storeys, except it is 4.5 m for accessory buildings and structures. The minimum site front yard is 4.5 m, except it is 6.0 m for a garage or carport. Section 13 Urban Residential Zones Revised October 26, 2015 RM1-1

20 The minimum site side yard is 2.0 m for a 1 or 1½ storey portion of a building or an accessory building or structure and 2.5 m for a 2 or 2½ storey portion of a building, except it is 4.5 m from a flanking street unless there is a garage accessed from the flanking street, it is 6.0 m. Where there is no direct vehicular access to the rear yard or to an attached garage or carport, one site side yard shall be at least 3.0 m. The minimum site rear yard is 6.0 m for a 1 or 1½ storey portion of a building and 7.5 m for a 2 or 2½ storey portion of a building, except it is 1.5 m for accessory buildings Other Regulations A minimum area of 25 m² of private open space shall be provided per dwelling. Where lane access is provided, vehicular access will not be permitted from the fronting street. In addition to the regulations listed above, other regulations may apply. These include the general development regulations of Section 6 (accessory development, yards, projections into yards, lighting, stream protection, etc.), the landscaping and fencing provisions of Section 7, the parking and loading regulations of Section 8, and the specific use regulations of Section 9. Section 13 Urban Residential Zones Revised March 25, 2004 RM1-2

21 13.8 RM2 Low Density Row Housing RM2h Low Density Row Housing (Hillside Area) Purpose The purpose is to provide a zone for low density row housing on urban services on infill sites Principal Uses The principal uses in this zone are: community garden four dwelling housing single dwelling housing three dwelling housing two dwelling housing multiple dwelling housing Secondary Uses The secondary uses in this zone are: agriculture, urban child care centre, minor home based businesses, minor multi-residential Shared Gardens Buildings and Structures Permitted duplex housing row housing semi-detached housing permitted accessory buildings and structures Subdivision Regulations The minimum site width is 30.0 m. The minimum site depth is 30.0 m. The minimum site area is 1000 m². A row-house development in this zone may be subdivided into lots smaller than the Subdivision Regulations listed above in , and provided that: Development Regulations i) a Party Wall Agreement is registered on title; and ii) the Subdivision occurs in accordance with Preliminary Layout Review Letter issued by the City of Kelowna; and iii) the site is comprehensively developed under a single development permit. The maximum site floor area ratio is Where at least 50% of parking spaces are provided totally under habitable areas, common amenity areas or in garages/carports, the site floor area ratio may be increased by Section 13 Urban Residential Zones Revised October 26, 2015 RM2-1 RM2h-1

22 The site floor area ratio may be increased by a further 0.1 for a development constructed in an Urban Centre (as defined by Kelowna s Official Community Plan). The maximum site coverage is 50% provided that the maximum site coverage of buildings, driveways, and parking areas is 55%. This may be increased by 5% (to a maximum of 60%) for permeable drive surfaces and parking. The maximum height is the lessor of 9.5m or 2 ½ storeys, except it is 4.5m for accessory buildings and structures. For RM2h zones the maximum height of any vertical wall element facing a front, side or rear yard (including walkout basements) is the lessor of 6.5m or 2 storeys, above which the building must be stepped back at least 1.2m. The minimum site front yard is 1.5m for ground-oriented housing with a front door facing the street. In any other circumstance, the site front yard is 4.5m or 6.0m for a garage or carport. In RM2h zones, the minimum site front yard is 3.0m from a flanking street except it is 6.0m measured from the back of curb or a sidewalk, whichever is closest, to a garage or carport having vehicular entry from the front. The minimum site side yard is 4.0m. From a flanking street the side yard setback is 4.5m except it may be reduced to 1.5m for ground-oriented housing with a front door facing that street (front doors may face either the fronting or flanking street). The site side yard to a garage or carport is 6.0m. In RM2h zones, the minimum site side yard from a flanking street shall be 3.0m except it is 6.0m measured from the back of curb or sidewalk, whichever is closest, to a garage or carport having vehicular entry from the front. Side yard setbacks are not required on a lot line that has a party wall. (g) (h) (i) (j) The minimum site rear yard is 6.0 m for a 1 or 1½ storey portion of a building and 7.5 m for a 2 or 2½ storey portion of a building, except it is 1.5 m for accessory buildings. No principal building shall be closer than 3.0 m to another principal building. For RM2h zones, all decks, supporting posts or columns shall not exceed the lesser of 4.5m or 1 storey in height, such measurements to include the height of any support structure or retaining wall. For multiple dwelling housing, congregate housing, group home, major or supportive housing, major developments up to 1.0m of required rear yard landscaping buffer may be transferred to a multi-residential shared garden on the same parcel. For multiple dwelling housing, congregate housing or group home, major developments 10% of the private open space requirement per unit may be transferred to a multi-residential shared garden located on the same parcel. Section 13 Urban Residential Zones Revised August 10, 2015 RM2-1 RM2h-1

23 Other Regulations No more than 6 dwellings may be located in a building in the RM2h zone. A minimum area of 25 m² of private open space shall be provided per dwelling. In addition to the regulations listed above, other regulations may apply. These include the general development regulations of Section 6 (accessory development, yards, projections into yards, lighting, stream protection, etc.), the landscaping and fencing provisions of Section 7, the parking and loading regulations of Section 8, and the specific use regulations of Section 9. An h notation shown on Schedule A as part of the identified zone classification indicates that the zoned area may be developed in accordance with Hillside Standards contained in the Subdivision, and Development Services Bylaw. In the RM2h zones adjacent to a provincial highway, the minimum building setback shall be 4.5m. Where the development has access to a rear lane, vehicular access to the development is only permitted from the rear lane, except in hillside areas where the topography would require the slope of such access to exceed 15%. Section 13 Urban Residential Zones Revised August 10, 2015 RM2-2 RM2h-2

24 13.9 RM3 Low Density Multiple Housing Purpose The purpose is to provide a zone for low density multiple housing on urban services Principal Uses The principal uses in this zone are: boarding or lodging houses community garden congregate housing group home, major multiple dwelling housing supportive housing Secondary Uses The secondary uses in this zone are: agriculture, urban child care centre, major community recreation services home based businesses, minor multi-residential shared gardens Buildings and Structures Permitted apartment housing row housing semi-detached housing stacked row housing permitted accessory buildings and structures Subdivision Regulations The minimum lot width is 30.0 m. The minimum lot depth is 30.0 m. The minimum lot area is 900 m 2. A development in this zone may be subdivided into lots smaller than the subdivision regulations listed above provided that: Development Regulations i) a Party Wall Agreement is registered on title; and ii) the Subdivision occurs in accordance with Preliminary Layout Review Letter issued by the City of Kelowna; and iii) the site is comprehensively developed under a single development permit. The maximum floor area ratio is Where at least 75% parking spaces are provided totally beneath habitable space of a principal building, beneath useable common amenity areas, or in a garage/carport providing that in all cases, the parking spaces are screened from public view, the floor area ratio may be increased by Section 13 Urban Residential Zones Revised August 10, 2015 RM3-1

25 The floor area ratio may be increased by a further 0.1 for a development constructed in an Urban Centre (as defined by Kelowna s Official Community Plan). The maximum building site coverage is 40% but may be increased to a maximum of 50% if private open space for each unit can be provided on a deck, patio, balcony or rooftop deck which exceeds the bylaw requirement by 10%. The maximum site coverage of buildings, driveways, and parking areas is 60%. This may be increased by 5% (to a maximum of 65%) for permeable drive surfaces and parking. The maximum height is the lesser of 10m or 3 storeys, except it is 4.5 m for accessory buildings and structures. Any portion of a building within 7.5m of an abutting lot with a Single/Two Unit, Resource Protection Area, or Hillside Residential designation in the City s Official Community Plan must not be greater than 9.5m or 2 ½ storeys in height. The minimum site front yard is 1.5m for ground-oriented housing with a front door facing the street. In any other circumstance, the site front yard is 4.5m or 6.0m for a garage or carport. The minimum site side yard is 4.0m. From a flanking street it is 4.5m except it may be reduced to 1.5m from a flanking street for ground-oriented housing with a front door facing that street. The site side yard to a garage or carport is 6.0m. The minimum site side yard from a public lane is 1.2m. Where there is no direct vehicular access to the rear yard or to an attached garage or carport, one site side yard shall be at least 3.0m. Notwithstanding (g), side yards are not required on a lot line that has a party wall. The minimum site rear yard is 7.5 m, except that it may be reduced to 3.0m from a public lane. The site rear yard is 4.5 m for common recreation buildings, and 1.5 m for other accessory buildings. (g) (h) (i) No principal building shall be closer than 3.0 m to another principal building. For multiple dwelling housing, congregate housing, group home, major or supportive housing, major developments up to 1.0m of required rear yard landscaping buffer may be transferred to a multi-residential shared garden on the same parcel. For multiple dwelling housing, congregate housing or group home, major developments 10% of the private open space requirement per unit may be transferred to a multi-residential shared garden located on the same parcel Other Regulations No more than one major care centre is permitted per site. Section 13 Urban Residential Zones Revised August 10, 2015 RM3-3

26 An accessory building containing recreational amenities for the use of all residents shall conform to the setback requirements for principal buildings. A minimum area of 7.5 m² of private open space shall be provided per bachelor dwelling, congregate housing bedroom or group home bedroom, 15.0 m² of private open space shall be provided per 1 bedroom dwelling, and 25.0 m 2 of private open space shall be provided per dwelling with more than 1 bedroom. In addition to the regulations listed above, other regulations may apply. These include the general development regulations of Section 6 (accessory development, yards, projections into yards, lighting, stream protection, etc.), the landscaping and fencing provisions of Section 7, the parking and loading regulations of Section 8, and the specific use regulations of Section 9. Section 13 Urban Residential Zones Revised August 10, 2015 RM3-3

27 13.10 RM4 Transitional Low Density Housing Purpose The purpose is to provide a zone primarily for low rise low density apartment housing with urban services as a transition between low and medium density development Principal Uses The principal uses in this zone are: boarding or lodging houses community garden congregate housing group home, major multiple dwelling housing (g) religious assemblies (where in existence prior to July 1 st, 1998) supportive housing Secondary Uses The secondary uses in this zone are: agriculture, urban child care centre, major community recreation services home based businesses, minor multi-residential shared gardens Buildings and Structures Permitted apartment housing row housing stacked row housing permitted accessory buildings and structures Subdivision Regulations The minimum lot width is 30.0 m. The minimum lot depth is 30.0 m. The minimum lot area is 900 m² Development Regulations The maximum floor area ratio is Where parking spaces are provided totally beneath habitable space of a principal building or beneath useable common amenity areas providing that in all cases, the parking spaces are screened from view, an amount may be added to the floor area ratio equal to 0.2 multiplied by the ratio of such parking spaces to the total required parking spaces, but in no case shall this amount exceed Section 13 Urban Residential Zones Revised August 10, 2015 RM4-1

28 The maximum site coverage is 50%, provided that the maximum site coverage of buildings, driveways, and parking areas is 60%. The maximum height is the lesser of 13.0 m or 3 storeys, except it is 4.5 m for accessory buildings and structures. The minimum site front yard is 6.0 m, except it is 4.5 m for any portion 2 storeys or less. (g) (h) (i) The minimum site side yard is 2.3 m for a building not over two storeys or an accessory building or structure and 4.5 m for any part of a building over 2 storeys, except it is 4.5 m from a flanking street. The minimum site rear yard is 7.5 m for a building not over two storeys or an accessory building or structure and 9.0 m for any part of a building over 2 storeys, except it is 1.5 m for accessory buildings. No principal building shall be closer than 3.0 m to another principal building. For multiple dwelling housing, congregate housing, group home, major or supportive housing, major developments up to 1.0m of required rear yard landscaping buffer may be transferred to a multi-residential shared garden on the same parcel. For multiple dwelling housing, congregate housing or group home, major developments 10% of the private open space requirement per unit may be transferred to a multi-residential shared garden located on the same parcel Other Regulations A minimum area of 7.5 m² of private open space shall be provided per bachelor dwelling, congregate housing bedroom or group home bedroom, 15.0 m² of private open space shall be provided per 1 bedroom dwelling, and 25.0 m 2 of private open space shall be provided per dwelling with more than 1 bedroom. No continuous building frontage shall exceed 40.0 m for a 3 storey building, nor 65.0 m for a 2 storey building. If the frontage is interrupted by an open courtyard equivalent in depth and width to the building height, the maximum continuous 3 storey building frontage may be 80.0 m provided that no building section exceeds 40.0 m. Religious assemblies must conform to the requirements of the P2 zone. In addition to the regulations listed above, other regulations may apply. These include the general development regulations of Section 6 (accessory development, yards, projections into yards, lighting, stream protection, etc.), the landscaping and fencing provisions of Section 7, the parking and loading regulations of Section 8, and the specific use regulations of Section 9. Section 13 Urban Residential Zones Revised August 10, 2015 RM4-2

29 13.11 RM5 Medium Density Multiple Housing Purpose The purpose is to provide a zone primarily for medium density apartments Principal Uses The principal uses in this zone are: a) boarding and lodging houses b) community garden c) congregate housing d) group home, major e) multiple dwelling housing f) supportive housing Secondary Uses The secondary uses in this zone are: a) agriculture, urban b) child care centre, major c) community recreation services d) home based businesses, minor e) multi-residential shared gardens Buildings and Structures Permitted apartment housing stacked row housing permitted accessory buildings and structures Subdivision Regulations The minimum lot width is 30.0 m. The minimum lot depth is 35.0 m. The minimum lot area is 1400 m² Development Regulations The maximum floor area ratio is 1.1 Where the required parking spaces (excluding visitor stalls) are provided totally beneath habitable space of a principal building or beneath useable common amenity areas providing that in all cases, the parking spaces are screened from view, the floor area ratio may be increased by the percentage of required parking provided under the building to a maximum net floor area for the zone of 1.2. The floor area ratio may be increased by a further 0.2 for a development constructed in an Urban Centre (as defined by Kelowna s Official Community Plan). The maximum site coverage is 40%. Section 13 Urban Residential Zones Revised August 10, 2015 RM5-2

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