This is the 1st information post on the rezoning of
30 Weston Rd, detailing the conditions of the smaller stores and some of the access details. The core of the rezoning is the deleting
the existing Industrial (I3) Zone and replacing it with the Industrial Commercial (IC).
from the staff report….
smaller stores of less than 232 meters not to exceed 10 percent
that the non-residential gross floor area permitted for all individual retail stores less than 232 square metres in size shall not exceed 10 per cent of the total non-residential gross floor area on the lands;
that medical offices or a medical clinic having a minimum of 500 square metres of non-residential gross floor area shall be provided and maintained on the lands for the development having a minimum non-residential gross floor area of 40,000 square metre;
that vehicular access and pedestrian access to and from the development must be provided from Weston Road (for clarity additional vehicular and pedestrian access may also be provided from St. Clair Ave West and Gunns Road);
a minimum of 3.2 parking spaces per 100 square metres of non-residential gross floor area shall be provided and maintained on the lands;
a minimum of 0.13 long-term bicycle parking spaces for each 100 square metres of non-residential gross floor area shall be required, up to a maximum requirement of 40 long-term bicycle parking spaces, shall be provided and maintained on the lands (for clarity this clause does not limit the number of long-term bicycle parking spaces that can be provided);
also the developer shall provide
Parks and Rec.. requirements of the developer.
Prior to the issuance of the first building permit for the development, the owner will pay by cash or certified cheque the amount of $350,000 to the City, indexed to the CPI index from the date of registration of the Section 37 Agreement, to be
City of Toronto By-law No. 1203-2009 used for improvements to local parks and recreation facilities at the discretion of the General Manager of Parks, Forestry and Recreation in consultation with the local Councillor. Priority consideration will be given