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Industrial Land Uses

     

Purpose

The Industrial Land Use project aims to encourage socio-economic diversity, and to enhance economic sustainability and security on Salt Spring Island, by seeking to meet the needs for commercial industrial lands for the next 25 years. 

Project Update

SSI LTC Adopts General Employment Bylaws 

At its meeting of July 28, 2020, the Salt Spring Island Local Trust Committee (LTC) adopted three bylaws to encourage socio-economic diversity and enhance community economic sustainability and security on Salt Spring Island. These bylaws – 488, 489 and 490 – were developed through the LTC’s Industrial Land Uses Project which began in 2012. 

Bylaw No. 488 amends the Salt Spring Island Official Community Plan, changing the land use designations of existing industrial-zoned properties to “General Employment.” Most importantly, it identifies three areas of the Island where the LTC could consider rezoning applications to locate new general employment lands in the future. These areas are: 

  • Near the junction of Rainbow and Atkins Roads;
  • Near the junction of Upper Ganges and Long Harbour Roads; and
  • Near the junction of Fulford-Ganges and Beaver Point Roads

 

 For more information please contact:

 Jason Youmans, Island Planner
 250.538.5603
 jyoumans@islandstrust.bc.ca

 

Bylaw No. 489 amends the Salt Spring Island Land Use to change current industrial zones to “General Employment” zones and expands the range of uses permitted on these properties. It also zones two additional properties for general employment uses. 

Bylaw No. 490 amends the Salt Spring Island Land Use Bylaw to bring zoning on a number of waste management properties owned by the Capital Regional District (CRD) into alignment with their actual uses and to provide the CRD with greater flexibility to deliver a range of public services.  

Thank you to the members of the Industrial Advisory Planning Commission, the Island’s industrial land owners, and all community members who took the time to share their ideas and opinions about the Island’s general employment land use needs. 

Land owners whose zoning changes as a result of the adoption of these bylaws will be contacted shortly by mail.

Next Steps

Next steps to bring this project to a close are as follows: 

  • Land owners whose zoning changes as a result of the adoption of these bylaws will be contacted shortly by mail
  • The Salt Spring Island Land Use Bylaw will be updated to reflect the changes made by Bylaw Nos. 488, 489 and 490

Staff Reports, Bylaws & Correspondence 

Click the link above to access all staff reports, bylaws and correspondence associated with the LTC’s Industrial Land Uses Project.

Commissioned Reports

 Background Materials

 

Page last updated: 26/08/20
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