Treasure Island LPAT Appeal -- LWRA Issues List

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LOCAL PLANNING APPEAL TRIBUNAL

 

PROCEEDING COMMENCED UNDER subsection 34(11) of the Planning Act,

R.S.O. 1990, c. P.13, as amended

 

Applicant and Appellant:                                  Keith Ball, Gayle Gailits, Barbara Rowland

Subject:                                                            Application amend Zoning By-law No. 2008-66P­ Refusal of Application by Town of Huntsville                                              

Existing Zoning:                                                 Conservation-Holding (C-H)

Proposed Zoning:                                                 Shoreline Residential Five (SR5)

Purpose:                                                           To permit the development of two lots

Property Address/Description:                              100 & 200 Treasure Island

Municipality:                                                     Town of Huntsville

Municipality File No.:                                          Z/29/2019/HTE

LPAT Case No.:                                          PL200013

LPAT File No.:                                     PL200013

LPAT Case Name:                                       Ball v. Huntsville (Town)

 

PROPOSED ISSUES LIST OF THE LAKE WASEOSA RATEPAYER’S ASSOCIATION

  1. Are the proposed Zoning By-law amendments consistent with the Provincial Policy Statement, in particular those policies that address natural hazards and natural heritage features ?

 

  1. Do the proposed Zoning By-law amendments conform to the District of Muskoka Official Plan, in particular those policies contained in section C1?

 

  1. Do the proposed Zoning By-law amendments conform to the Town of Huntsville Official Plan, in particular the policies contained in Sections 2.3, 2.5 , 3.0 and 4.3?

 

  1. Does the Scoped Environmental Impact Study (prepared by FriCorp Ecological Services, November 2018) adequately identify, evaluate, and address the presence of significant natural heritage features on 100 and 200 Treasure Island?

 

  1. Does the Site Evaluation Report (prepared by FriCorp Ecological Services, May 2019) adequately identify, evaluate, and address the presence of significant natural heritage features on 600 North Waseosa Lake Road?

 

  1. Would the proposed Zoning By-law amendments protect any significant natural heritage features present on 100 and 200 Treasure Island, or 600 North Waseosa Lake Road, from negative impacts?

 

  1. Does the proposed Zoning By-law amendment for 100 and 200 Treasure Island identify appropriate building envelopes for all buildings, structures and services?

 

  1. Would the proposed Zoning By-law amendments permit over-development of the property, given any physical and environmental constraints present?

 

  1. Does the proposed Zoning By-law amendment for 100 and 200 Treasure Island, which would rezone these properties from Conservation to Shoreline Residential 5 to permit residential development of both lots, represent good planning?

 

  1. Does the proposed Zoning By-law amendment for 600 North Waseosa Lake Road, which would rezone this property to permit a waterfront landing as an additional use, represent good planning?

 
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