Developments

Current Development Applications

These applications are being considered by Council at an upcoming Regular Council Meeting. If you have questions regarding any of these development proposals please email: developmentservices@sicamous.ca 

221 Main Street
221 Main Street

221 Main Street  (Owner/Applicants: Terry and April Levasseur)

(Town Centre Development Permit)

The owners of 221 Main Street are proposing facade changes to the existing building - including new paint colour and replacement of the overhead door and man-door. The drawings illustrating the proposed changes can be viewed by clicking on this Elevation Drawings.

In light of Provincial Ministerial Orders regarding COVID-19 and the limiting groups to less than 50 people, we have significantly reduced capacity within Council Chambers during Regular Council Meetings. We have created an online form that we strongly encourage you use to submit your comments on the proposed development. Council will receive your comments in advance of their deliberation on the issuance of the Development Permit. You may access the form through the following link:

https://www.sicamous.ca/your-municipality/public-participation

If you prefer you may email your comments to developmentservices@sicamous.ca.

 

175 Old Town Road
175 Old Town Road

The applicant for this project has requested to remove this application at this time.

175 Old Town Road  (Applicant: Park Avenue Properties)

(Development Permit)

The property is within the Old Town Bay Comprehensive Development Area. A map of the property can be seen here. The applicant is proposing to place a Temporary Sales Unit on the site. At this time the applicant has not submitted an application for the units that are to be sold from the Sales Unit. Drawings submitted in support of the application can be viewed by clicking on this Elevations. The building has been used on other locations where the developer has constructed and sold units, these pictures show the building in colour with the flags that will accompany the building on the site. 

The District has significantly reduced capacity within Council Chambers during Regular Council Meetings. We have created an online form that we strongly encourage you use to submit your comments on the proposed development. Council will receive your comments in advance of their deliberation on the issuance of the Development Permit. You may access the form through the following link:

https://www.sicamous.ca/your-municipality/public-participation

If you prefer you may email your comments to developmentservices@sicamous.ca

Development Applications Considered by Council

These are applications that were recently considered by Council. For more information on these developments please feel free to contact the Development Services Department. 

1214 Riverside Avenue
1214 Riverside Avenue

1214 Riverside Avenue - 1152143 BC Ltd. (Brenda Dalzell)
(Temporary Use Permit)

The owner of Interior Design Studio and The Bridge at 1214 Riverside Avenue is requesting Council support to bring up to 4 food trucks on the property. To read more about the applicants proposal please read the letter that they provided with their application. They have also provided a site plan that shows a proposed layout for the food trucks.

Council did not support the issuance of the Temporary Use Permit. 

705 Old Town Road
705 Old Town Road

705 Old Town Road - Field Services Ltd. (Greg Laforge)
(Industrial Development Permit with Variances)

The applicant is proposing to construct a large storage building that will operate in conjunction with the existing commercial storage use at 705 Old Town Road.

The site plan submitted can be viewed via this link to the Site Plan. Drawings depicting the storage building can be viewed by clicking on this link Elevations.

At the June 10th Regular Meeting, Council supported the issuance of the Development Permit and variances to the Subdivision and Servicing Bylaw No. 500, 2003. 

200 Old Town Road
200 Old Town Road

200 Old Town Road - Twin Anchors (Todd Kyllo)
(Development Permit)

Twin Anchors is proposing the construction of a concession (with washrooms accessible to the public) on the site adjacent to the marina. The site plan and elevations submitted with the application can be viewed by accessing the links. The building will be completed with a wood finish and the existing building will be finished to match.

Council supported the issuance of the Development Permit at the June 10th Council meeting. 

1229 Trans Canada Frontage Road - Shell Canada (WSP Consulting)

Shell Canada is proposing to add a car wash facility (with washrooms) to the existing retail and service station at 1229 Trans Canada Frontage Road. View drawings submitted in support of the development.

Council considered the issuance of Development Permit No. 20-049-DP at the May 13, 2020 Regular Council meeting and passed a resolution of the support for the issuance of the permit contingent on a landscape plan and security being provided by the applicant.