Tuesday, June 5, 2012
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This District provides for the development of a mixture of uses primarily catering to the travelling public.
28.1 Uses Permitted
1. Hotels, resorts and motels; 2. Restaurants (may be licensed); 3. Conference rooms/facilities as secondary use only; 4. Gift stores and/or licensed premises and/or charter operators as secondary uses
only; 5. Recreational facilities and/or swimming pools and/or tennis courts as secondary
uses only; 6. One single-family dwelling ancillary to the principal use as a residence for an
owner, manager or caretaker; 7. Staff accommodation for seasonal employees; and, 8. Accessory buildings and uses in accordance with Section 4.6
4.6 Accessory Buildings and Uses:
a) No accessory building or structure shall be independently erected on any lot prior to a principal building or structure.
b) An accessory building shall be located a minimum of 1 metre (3.3 feet) from the lot line of any abutting lot, except in the case of the lot abutting an existing or proposed lane where the provisions of Section 4.16 shall apply.
c) An accessory building or structure shall not be used as a dwelling except as otherwise provided for in this bylaw.
d) Setbacks from flanking streets shall be maintained in accordance with the provisions of principal buildings.
3. Non-Residential Districts (C, M, P, H, G, W 1, W 2 and W3 Districts):
a) On a corner lot an accessory building shall be located not closer to the flanking street than the principal building on the same lot, nor closer than the required setback from the flanking street of the principal building on an adjoining lot, whether or not a lane intervenes.
b) An accessory building shall be located not closer than 3 metres (10 feet) to the rear lot line of an adjoining lot in an R or RM District.
c) An accessory building shall not exceed 5.5 metres (18 feet) in height if it is located within a required rear yard.
d) An accessory dwelling unit located within a commercial building shall: i) have a completely separate main entrance directly to a street; and ii) form an integral part of the principal building;
e) An accessory building may include required staff accommodation as provided elsewhere.