In keeping with the approved Master Plan for Marina Garden Estates, construction is now underway for the lands closest to Deas Slough.
The approved plan includes the following:
674 dwelling units in the form of townhomes and apartment dwelling units including:
94 apartment units in one four-storey building (three storeys of residential over one level of parking); and
580 townhomes with a maximum height of three storeys
(388 townhomes with tandem parking and 192 units with side-by-side garages).
1,500 m2 of neighbourhood commercial uses including eating and drinking establishments, convenience store, office operation, personal services and pet grooming;
A linear waterfront park;
Parking for the redevelopment of the marina to accommodate 250 boats; and
- Construction of a new golf clubhouse and maintenance facility on golf course lands. A golf clubhouse, parking and maintenance building are proposed to be located south of the existing golf clubhouse on the golf course lands east of Admiral Boulevard.
Construction and Phasing Update
Servicing of the lands, including dike raising and construction of a linear waterfront park, is underway. The first phase of 84 townhomes at the southeast corner of Admiral Way and Admiral Boulevard is complete and the second phase of 147 townhomes and a 1,135 m2 amenity building is almost complete. On April 24, 2017, Council considered and approved a Development Variance Permit for the property at 5551 Admiral Way to reduce the minimum lot frontage required for subdivision, setback provisions for the townhouse buildings, and internal private road width for proposed Lot 2. This property is proposed to be subdivided into two lots to permit 124 townhomes on Lot 2 (phase 3) and a future apartment building on Lot 1 (phase 4). The design and landscaping for the phase 3 townhomes has been approved.
An application to transfer the liquor primary licence from 6100 Ferry Road (previous Rusty Anchor Pub) to 6000 Admiral Boulevard for the Links at Hampton Cove golf course has been received (Delta File LU008242). The proposed liquor primary licence application would allow serving of liquor:
- In the existing recreational lounge in the golf clubhouse building which has interior seating for 34 people and patio seating for 12 people;
- Between the hours of 10 a.m. and 10 p.m., Monday to Sunday [the previously requested hours of operation were between 10 a.m. and midnight, Monday to Saturday, and between 11 a.m. and midnight on Sunday; and
- On the playing area of the golf course.The playing area would be serviced by a beverage cart or the golfer may purchase a drink from the licensed clubhouse.
The transfer of the liquor licence requires a resolution of Council to be provided to the Provincial Liquor Control and Licensing Branch. This application has not yet proceeded to Council for consideration.
Reports and Related Documents