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City of Delta sends new high-rise proposal out for feedback

Application had been on hold before several changes proposed
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Some of the site considerations when it comes to appropriate densities, heights and parking includes the relation to the future R6 Scott Road RapidBus route, according to planning staff.

A newly revised application for a 29-storey high-rise in Delta will go out for public consultation.

Council this week approved the public consultation process, which is to include all of North Delta, for the mixed-use development in the 9300-block of Scott Road and 11000 block of 93A Avenue. 

The 314-unit residential and commercial development would comprise the 29-storey residential tower with ground floor commercial space, a daycare and a five-storey rental building.

Vehicle access to the site and the six levels of underground parking would be from 93A Avenue.

The application by Penmat Mana JV [Delta] Ltd., which could undergo further changes before going back to council for preliminary approval and a public hearing, was changed from an earlier application, which included a 32-storey tower and a three-storey rental building.

The daycare and additional outdoor amenity space are also new additions in the latest proposal.

A report to council notes the application is consistent with the North Delta Area Plan and was revised in response to the recommendations and directions from the Townline Special Development Area Concept Plan and the Mayor's Housing Task Force for Scott Road.