Council Briefs - July 24, 2017

Jul 26, 2017

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Delegation – HUB Cycling, North Shore Committee: Information presentation.

Proposed Development Permit (1327 Marine Drive):  Staff report requested on submissions received; further consideration deferred pending receipt.

Proposed Development Permit (2480 and 2510 Wentworth Avenue): Approved.

Temporary Protection of Southworth House at 4190 Rose Crescent: Approved.

Ambleside Waterfront Plan: Status Update: Information report.

Proposed Fees and Charges Bylaw Amendment: Bylaw received three readings.

CAO Update on Council and District Priorities: Information presentation.

Proposed: Heritage Designation Bylaw; Heritage Revitalization Agreement Bylaw; and Development Permit (1768 Inglewood Avenue): Bylaws adopted and permit approved.

Proposed: Official Community Plan Bylaw Amendment; and Zoning Bylaw Amendment (Development Application Process Improvements): Bylaws adopted.

Proposed Development Procedures Bylaw (Development Application Process Improvements): Bylaw adopted.

Proposed Preliminary Development Proposal and Public Consultation Policy: Approved.

Proposed Zoning Bylaw Amendment (6478 Bay Street): Withdrawn.

Proposed: Zoning Bylaw Amendment; and Phased Development Agreement Authorization Bylaw (195 21st Street, Hollyburn Gardens Rental Infill): Withdrawn.

Proposed Housing Agreement Authorization Bylaw (195 21st Street, Hollyburn Gardens Rental Infill): Withdrawn.

Proposed Development Permit (195 21st Street, Hollyburn Gardens Rental Infill): Withdrawn.

Proposed Duplexes at 2991-3003 Burfield Place (Proposed Development Permit): Consideration set for September 11, 2017.

Cypress Village Update: Information report.

Appointment of DWV Representative to the Board of Vancouver’s North Shore Tourism Association: Approved.

Arts & Culture Strategy Information Update: Information report.

Delegation Request: Approved.

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