Brigil Construction has applied for a site-plan revision and zoning bylaw amendment to allow for higher density and less parking in a north-Kanata development.The construction company wants to build a four-storey, 79-unit condominium at 124 Battersea Cres. near Kanata Avenue and Richardson Side Road.
(...) The proposed condo – to be located in the northwest portion of the property – would take the total number of units past the density cap to 134 units per hectare. In Brigil’s site-plan proposal, the company says an analysis on the upgrades to the Signature Ridge Pump Station – which deals with sanitary sewer water in the area – and its capacity “confirmed that the system can accommodate an increase in density beyond the 100 units/hectare without impacting other development in the area.
”The pump station’s previous capacity, before the upgrades were made, was listed as a reason for the original density cap, according to the submission.http://www.ottawacommunitynews.com/news-story/7092965-brigil-applies-for-revision-to-north-kanata-build/