Current Development Applications

4120 1A ST SW (DP LOC2020-0114): A land-use change and development permit has been filed at 4120 - 1A ST SW to allow for:

  • primarily apartment buildings and townhouses Multi-Residential - Contextual Low Profile (M-C1) District
  • a maximum building height of 14 meters, about 3 to 4 stories (an increase from the current maximum of 10 meters) and
  • a maximum of 10.9 units (an increase from the current 2 unit maximum).

This property is currently zoned as Low-Density Residential (R-C2) and the application is to rezone to M-C1. The proposed rezoning represents a complete departure from adjacent properties and would interfere with the current enjoyment of the existing properties in a way that cannot be condoned.  It would upset the delicate balance that was deliberately struck by the Parkhill Stanley Park Area Redevelopment Plan and is strongly opposed by the Parkhill Stanley Park Community Association.

To view the communications submitted to the City of Calgary on behalf of residents of Parkhill Stanley Park Community Association, please see the following links:

An amendment to the Parkhill/Stanley Park Area Redevelopment Plan is required in support of this application. A development permit application (DP2020-4776) was submitted and is under review. Residents can email questions or concerns to the City of Calgary planning representative: EZRA WASSER Ezra.Wasser@calgary.ca (403) 268-1495 or contact development@parkhillstanleypark.com with your comments.

 

 


64 38 AV SW (DP2020-0780):New: Multi-Residential Development (2 buildings, 10 units), Accessory Residential Building (garage). Application has been approved. To contact the City of Calgary planning representative: CHRIS WOLFE, (403) 268-3654 Chris.Wolfe@calgary.ca. For application details and status, click here for the City’s Planning and Development Map.


3604 Parkhill St. SW (DP2019-6579):New: Multi-Residential Development (1 building), Live Work Unit (2 units). Residents can email questions or concerns to the City of Calgary planning representative: melanie.horkan@calgary.ca or contact development@parkhillstanleypark.com with your comments. For application details and status, click here for the City’s Planning and Development Map.


35, 39, 43, 47 - 34th Ave SW: Application for a land-use Re-designation for the development is 35, 39, 43, 47 - 34th Ave SW situated in the community of Parkhill, between Erlton St SW and Erlton Crescent SW, along 34th Avenue SW. The project proposes Land use change from existing RC-2 to MH-1 zoning.

click here for PDF with more details

The Calgary Planning Commission has a hearing on Dec 19, 2019 regarding the rezoning of 35,39,43,74 on 34 Ave SW to higher density. 

click here for more information about the hearing 
Clicking on item 7.2.10 will provide access to the supporting documents.
Pages 10 - 15 of attachment 3 lists the comments received.


51-39 Ave SE (DP2018-3090): Proposed Montessori School for 70 new students. Residents can email questions or concerns to the City of Calgary planning representative: stephanie.loria@calgary.ca. For application details and status, click here for the City’s Planning and Development Map.


323-39 Ave SW (DL2018-0007): LRT Station Refurbish - 39th Ave Station. Residents can email questions or concerns to the City of Calgary planning representative: Ezra.Wasser@calgary.ca


3645 Macleod Trail SW (DP2018-3423): Revision: Multi-use Commercial(revisions to DP2015-4607), an addition of parking at parkade level, changes to surface parking and ramps, minor changes to the convenience store and car wash. Residents can email questions or concerns to the City of Calgary planning representative: michele.bussiere@calgary.ca. For application details and status, click here for the City’s Planning and Development Map.


49 Mission Rd SW (DP2018-2983): Temporary Use: Home Occupation - Class 2 (Hair Stylist).  Residents can email questions or concerns to the City of Calgary planning representative: claudia.cartagena@calgary.ca. For application details and status, click here for the City’s Planning and Development Map.


#120 3916 MACLEOD TR SE (DP2018-2383): Change of Use: Cannabis Store.  Residents can email questions or concerns to the City of Calgary planning representative: brittany.roy@calgary.ca. For application details and status, click here for the City’s Planning and Development Map.



3806 MACLEOD TR SE (DP2018-2021): Change of Use: Cannabis Store.  Residents can email questions or concerns to the City of Calgary planning representative: brittany.roy@calgary.ca. For application details and status, click here for the City’s Planning and Development Map.


4515 MACLEOD TR SE (DP2018-1860): Change of Use: Cannabis Store.  Residents can email questions or concerns to the City of Calgary planning representative: brittany.roy@calgary.ca. For application details and status, click here for the City’s Planning and Development Map.


#100, 4310 MACLEOD TR SE (DP2018-1764): Change of Use: Cannabis Store.  Residents can email questions or concerns to the City of Calgary planning representative: brittany.roy@calgary.ca. For application details and status, click here for the City’s Planning and Development Map.


4122 STANLEY RD SW (DP2018-1764): Revision: Semi-Detached Dwelling (changes to DP2015-4935)  Residents can email questions or concerns to the City of Calgary planning representative: anthony.pirri@calgary.ca. For application details and status, click here for the City’s Planning and Development Map.


 

 

 

 

How To Voice Your Opinion on Area Redevelopment Issues:

The most effective way to communicate your concerns regarding a development permit is to contact the City directly regarding a development. Residents can voice their concerns and affect the outcome of a decision on a proposed development by sending individual letters to the appropriate City planner who is in charge of the individual application. To find the contact information, visit the City of Calgary Development Map, locate the property you are interested in, click the development permit link (house-shaped icon), click ‘Find Out More’ and scroll down to Contact Information.  Please copy the PHSPCA of your written correspondence at development@parkhillstanleypark.ca. 

Other Helpful Links:

City of Calgary Planning & Development

City of Calgary Development Map: An interactive map that shows proposed developments. New applications (including Development Permits and Land Use Agreements) are posted every Tuesday by The City of Calgary.

City of Calgary Development Permits Public Notice

The City of Calgary is continuing to work on making the new planning system a reality, and these changes to the development permit process is one of many steps being taken in this direction. For the most current information, please visit the city website here.