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NPCA Stormwater Manual – Appendices - Niagara Peninsula ...

NPCA Stormwater Manual – Appendices - Niagara Peninsula ...

Official Plan Name

Official Plan Name Official Plan Design Principles & Urban Design Guidelines •Recommends establishing Urban Design Guidelines •Recommends that urban design guidelines include SWM •County will work to establish Urban Design Guidelines •Once guidelines are established proponents will be required to develop in accordance with these guidelines Plans of Subdivision and Condominium, Lot creation, etc. •The subdivision and Condominium Plan approval process and other agreements will be used by Council to ensure that policies and land uses of the OP and applicable Secondary Plans are complied with and that a high standard of design is maintained in new development areas •Council will only approve plans of subdivision or condominium conforms with the policies and that adequate servicing such as storm water drainage can be provided Parking Site Plan Control Environmental Impact Statement Greening & Ecological Policies •County provides interim policies that may be amended subject to detailed parking studies •Reduced parking standards •Parking - Supports shared parking policies (pg 50), recommends parking studies to develop overall parking strategies •Does not include: -farm buildings -single detached dwellings, semidetached dwellings and duplexes -Grading, drainage and SWM to be addressed through site plan control process •n/a •Protect Base Flow •n/a •Maintain or enhance •Maintain, protect and enhance riparian cover in headwaters and along streams •Existing sources of water pollution will be reduced and eliminated where possible Monitoring Town of Fort Erie •Neighbourhood Planning Policies: -alternative lotting patterns -preserve and enhance natural features found on site •Used to ensure that policies and land uses of the Official Plan and Secondary Plan are complied with •Ensure adequate servicing for storm water drainage •Encourage the efficient shared use of parking, loading and storage areas •All of the Town of Fort Erie will fall under site plan control •Single detached or semi-detached or additions are not subject to site plan control •Development and site alteration adjacent to significant areas •Explains when required, TOR in consultation with NPCA and what it should include •Specific to Vineland Area - Sediment and erosion control - Encourage infiltration to maintain base flow through grading - Minimize parking surfaces to greatest degree possible •n/a •Town to establish uniform site plan control policies •Applied to development and redevelopment of land Town of Fort Erie •Designed to be visual features •Shallow naturalized ponds should not be fenced •Designed to appear contiguous with natural areas •Incorporate trails? •n/a •n/a •n/a •n/a •Open Space policies recommend protecting and incorporating existing natural areas into open space system •Protect through: -land acquisition -requesting others to purchase (NPCA) -enter into agreements -encouraging landowners to protect -consider higher densities -tree cutting by-laws -lot grading & drainage by-laws -site alteration by-laws -removal of topsoil bylaw -conservation easements -property tax incentives -naturalization of SWM facilities -municipality encourages individuals and private industry to follow these policies •n/a 8

Official Plan Name Official Plan Design Principles & Urban Design Guidelines •Recommends establishing Urban Design Guidelines •Recommends that urban design guidelines include SWM •County will work to establish Urban Design Guidelines •Once guidelines are established proponents will be required to develop in accordance with these guidelines Plans of Subdivision and Condominium, Lot creation, etc. •The subdivision and Condominium Plan approval process and other agreements will be used by Council to ensure that policies and land uses of the OP and applicable Secondary Plans are complied with and that a high standard of design is maintained in new development areas •Council will only approve plans of subdivision or condominium conforms with the policies and that adequate servicing such as storm water drainage can be provided Parking Site Plan Control Environmental Impact Statement Greening & Ecological Policies •County provides interim policies that may be amended subject to detailed parking studies •Reduced parking standards •Parking - Supports shared parking policies (pg 50), recommends parking studies to develop overall parking strategies •Does not include: -farm buildings -single detached dwellings, semidetached dwellings and duplexes -Grading, drainage and SWM to be addressed through site plan control process •n/a •Protect Base Flow •n/a •Maintain or enhance •Maintain, protect and enhance riparian cover in headwaters and along streams •Existing sources of water pollution will be reduced and eliminated where possible Monitoring City of Port Colbourne •Have regard for the Regional Municipality of Niagara's Model Urban Design Guidelines •These guidelines were developed to provide design principles and specific guidelines for a range of development types and conditions relevant to the Niagara Region. •n/a •Landscape islands to break-up parking with salt tolerant vegetation •Entire municipality is a site control plan area •Requires same studies as required for plan of subdivision •Environmental Impact Study is required for development or site alteration in or adjacent to Environmental Areas •Provides an appendix of general requirements for an EIS •n/a •n/a •The guidelines are being made available by the Region as a reference material for local adaptation and adoption. It is hoped that over time, local municipalities will share success stories with the Region and one another to perpetually improve this set of Model Guidelines. The application of each guideline or guideline component alone does not constitute Smart Growth. It is the application of the principles and related guidelines collectively which, over time, will result in the implementation of Smart Growth. •Port Colbourne will conduct separate studies to create more specific guidelines resulting from these studies City of Hamilton •n/a •The division of land shall occur by registered Plan of Subdivision where a new road or an extension to an existing road is required •More than 4 lots are to be developed •Plans must conform to the policies of the OP •May not impact the environment •Rural lot creation says nothing about SWM requirements •n/a •All lands are within the Site Plan control area •Council may establish a bylaw that explains what classes of development will be exempt •Provides triggers for an EIS •Environmentally Significant Area Impact Evaluation Group (ESAIEG) - shall review all EIS reports and provide technical advice to city staff •Require Environmental Impact Statements •"Council Adopted" EIS guidelines which shall be used by proponents and professionals when using an EIS •Development proposed within the Greenbelt Plan Area through a consent, Plan of Subdivision, Zoning By-law, Site Plan approval, OP amendment, site alteration bylaw shall require an EIS •Tree and woodland protection and reforestation •Best to protect existing where feasible •Woodland Conservation Bylaw •Street Tree Management Policy •City to support field studies and develop a monitoring plan in cooperation with the CA to support landuse planning and resource management decision making 9

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