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Quesnel Council delays zoning amendment for new apartment building

A zoning amendment for a new apartment building in Quesnel remains on hold, but it appears there could be some movement on the project.

Quesnel City Council unanimously approved a second 6-month extension to the Quesnel Tillicum Society at last (Tuesday) night’s meeting.

Tanya Turner is the Director of Development Services.

“The bylaw received third reading in 2021 A first extension was requested in November and this is a second extension.  I can report to Council that there is significant progress happening on this file and we’re exciting how it’s moving forward from a staff perspective.”

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Councillor Scott Elliott asked if they should extend it beyond the 6 months.

Turner noted that that wasn’t an option.

“As per the bylaw that’s the way it’s written, and I think it’s good to keep it on track. This applicant is an applicant we’re used to working with, but it’s always good t keep applicants moving along.”

The proposal is for a 34-unit, five storey apartment building on North Fraser Drive beside the Native Friendship Centre.

It would consist of one and two bedroom apartments.

 

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