Development Application No. PL2017-095

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The RDN is currently looking for your input on zoning amendment application PL2017-095.

1700 Alberni Highway, Electoral Area F

The Initial virtual engagement has concluded. Thank you for your input. Please refer to the Document Library for a report showing the results of the virtual engagement.

The RDN has received a zoning amendment for the property legally described as Lot 1, Salvation Army Lots, Nanoose District, Plan VIP69390. The subject property is currently zoned Commercial 3 (C-3) and Manufactured Home Park 1.6 (MHP-1.6) (see Document Library). The MHP-1.6 zone allows nineteen manufactured homes, one dwelling unit, and six Recreation Sites on the subject property.

A Public Information Meeting (PIM) was held

1700 Alberni Highway, Electoral Area F

The Initial virtual engagement has concluded. Thank you for your input. Please refer to the Document Library for a report showing the results of the virtual engagement.

The RDN has received a zoning amendment for the property legally described as Lot 1, Salvation Army Lots, Nanoose District, Plan VIP69390. The subject property is currently zoned Commercial 3 (C-3) and Manufactured Home Park 1.6 (MHP-1.6) (see Document Library). The MHP-1.6 zone allows nineteen manufactured homes, one dwelling unit, and six Recreation Sites on the subject property.

A Public Information Meeting (PIM) was held on January 8, 2018. In response to comments received at the PIM and from referral agencies, the applicant has amended the application by reducing the number of additional manufactured homes from twenty-seven to twenty-two. The applicant is also proposing to install an advanced wastewater treatment system, implement a stormwater management plan, and address concerns over internal traffic safety.

The updated proposal is to amend the MHP-1.6 zoned portion to Manufactured Home Park 2 (MHP-2) to allow up to an additional twenty-two manufactured homes, pursuant to “Regional District of Nanaimo Electoral Area ‘F’ Zoning and Subdivision Bylaw No. 1285, 2002”.

This is in your community and we want to hear your thoughts on this proposal. A few ways you can learn more and provide your input are:

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  • Application Proceeding to EASC

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    This is to advise that the application, a staff report, and corresponding zoning amendment bylaw are scheduled to be considered by the Electoral Area Services Committee (EASC) at its September 9th meeting at 1:30 pm. The meeting agenda and staff report will be available online by Friday, September 4th by clicking here.

  • Virtual Engagement Results Report

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    01 September, 2020
    CLOSED: This discussion has concluded.

    A report outlining the results of the virtual engagement process has been posted to the document library.

  • The RDN is seeking input on zoning amendment application PL2017-095

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    19 June, 2020
    CLOSED: This discussion has concluded.


    In response to the COVID-19 pandemic requirements for physical distancing and desire to support online opportunities for public feedback, a Public Information Meeting is not being held. Instead, the public is invited to provide feedback and ask questions online. The deadline for public feedback is June 2, 2020.