Committee of Adjustment will hear 24 applications during their June 23 meeting. Here are a couple which drew the attention of The Public Record. Full Agenda on the City website. 100 Wilson Street, Hamilton
The City of Hamilton, acting as the developer of the proposed Police Investigative Services Building, is hoping to use the Committee of Adjustment to gain approval of large setbacks for the proposed buildings parking and secure storage areas. The building has been panned by members of the City’s Design Review Panel.
UPDATE: The Committee of Adjustment approved the application during their March 24, 2016 meeting
King Street between Victoria and Wentworth is expected to become a stronger commercial district in the coming years as residential intensification takes hold along the LRT corridor. However, in the meanwhile, there is a challenge wi
th storefront vacancies. The owner is 652 King Street East, on the south side just west of Wentworth, is asking for a minor variance to convert the existing storefront restaurant into two storefront apartments with the bedrooms and bathrooms in the basement, and kitchen/living room on the main level. The hearing will be held Thursday (March 24, 2016) at 2:10 p.m. (Page 69 of 132 in agenda)
On Barton Street, one of the challenges facing commercial revival is the lack of available storefronts due to conversions to residential storefront apartments. During the previous term (2010-2014) of the Committee of Adjustment, the CoA denied numerous storefront conversions.