63 Mahon Avenue

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The City of North Vancouver has received a rezoning application from Lamoureux Architecture Inc. for 63 Mahon Avenue. The application is for a text amendment to the existing CD-684 Zone to allow for an additional floor to a two and one-half storey private school (Alcuin College) building that was approved by City Council in February 2017.

Alcuin College is a K-12 private school following the Ministry of Education’s curriculum with a student cap of 200 students for the new facility.

The intended use of the added fourth floor is for a shared amenity space between Alcuin College during school hours, and for community, cultural groups and events up to 150 people outside of school hours. As part of the rezoning application, the applicant has offered this space free of charge to North Shore community and cultural groups to hold meetings and occasional gatherings. Eleven off-street parking spaces are available on the site in accordance with the 2017 approval, and an additional eleven off-street parking stalls are proposed at a location at 132 West Esplanade (approximately 450 meters from the site). The applicant has secured a vehicle to transport those to and from the school site who require it.

Consistent with the City’s standard process, an excavation permit has been issued based on the current two and one-half storey building. However, no Building Permit has been issued for the site.

The City of North Vancouver has received a rezoning application from Lamoureux Architecture Inc. for 63 Mahon Avenue. The application is for a text amendment to the existing CD-684 Zone to allow for an additional floor to a two and one-half storey private school (Alcuin College) building that was approved by City Council in February 2017.

Alcuin College is a K-12 private school following the Ministry of Education’s curriculum with a student cap of 200 students for the new facility.

The intended use of the added fourth floor is for a shared amenity space between Alcuin College during school hours, and for community, cultural groups and events up to 150 people outside of school hours. As part of the rezoning application, the applicant has offered this space free of charge to North Shore community and cultural groups to hold meetings and occasional gatherings. Eleven off-street parking spaces are available on the site in accordance with the 2017 approval, and an additional eleven off-street parking stalls are proposed at a location at 132 West Esplanade (approximately 450 meters from the site). The applicant has secured a vehicle to transport those to and from the school site who require it.

Consistent with the City’s standard process, an excavation permit has been issued based on the current two and one-half storey building. However, no Building Permit has been issued for the site.