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Electoral Area A

DPV 1379
Owner/Agent: Cameron Morris and Gwen Morris
Location: 27385 Ness Lake Road North
Development Permit with Variance No. 1379 is proposed to vary Section 31.0 (7)(iii) of Zoning Bylaw No. 2892, by increasing the combined maximum total floor area of one or more accessory buildings from 50.0m² to 80.0m².

 

Electoral Area D

DVP 1423
Owner: Charles Ransom
Location: 5455 Stone Creek FSR
An application has been made to vary Section 13.0 (7)(c)(iii) of Schedule ‘A’ to Regional District of Fraser-Fort George Zoning Bylaw No. 2892, 2014, as amended, by increasing the combined maximum total floor area of accessory buildings on a lot without an established permitted use from 50.0m² to 135.0m².

 

Electoral Area H

DVP 1404
Owner: Robert Hennigar and Lisa Hennigar
Location: McLennan Road
An application has been made to vary Zoning Bylaw No. 2892 to increase the combined maximum
total floor area of accessory buildings that can be constructed without an established permitted
use. The property owners are proposing to build a 196m² accessory building (Quonset) and are
currently permitted a combined maximum total floor area of 50m².

BYLAW 3279
Owner/Agent: Mickelson Investments Ltd./Dianne Mickelson
Location: 2695 Cranberry Lake Road
The purpose of Bylaw No. 3279 is to rezone Block A of the South East ¼ of District Lot 7363 Cariboo District to permit Recreation Cabin use and Tourist Accommodation use on a site-specific basis.

TUP 269
Owner: Valemount Community Forest Company Ltd.
Applicant/Agent: Trans Mountain Pipeline ULC
Location: 4000 Whiskeyfill Road
Temporary Use Permit No. 269 is proposed to permit Work Camp use on Block E District Lot 7366 for a three year period. 

 

Multiple Electoral Areas

BYLAW 3277
Applicant: Regional District of Fraser-Fort George
Location: Regional District Electoral Areas A, C, D, G and H
Bylaw No. 3277 is proposed to zone unzoned lands adjacent to 14 lakes and 2 watercourses within Electoral Areas ‘A’, ‘C’, ‘D’, ‘G’ and ‘H’. The lands are within a development permit area and partially zoned. The unzoned lands will be brought into Zoning Bylaw No. 2892. Additionally, the proposed bylaw will repeal Punchaw Lake Area Zoning Bylaw No. 704 which regulates the use of land adjacent to Punchaw Lake. The land will be included in Zoning Bylaw No. 2892 with the creation of a new Seasonal Recreation 4 (SR4) zone.