Two new subdivisions approved

Red Deer’s municipal planning commission has authorized a pair of subdivisions that will create more than 180 residential lots in the city.

Red Deer’s municipal planning commission has authorized a pair of subdivisions that will create more than 180 residential lots in the city.

On Wednesday, the commission approved subdivision plans for Phase 3 of the Lancaster/Vanier East neighbourhood area structure plan and Phase 5 of the Timberstone Park neighbourhood area structure plan.

The former will result in 112 new residential lots, with 73 of these to be zoned R1 with 12-metre frontages, and 38 R1A (semi-detached) with 7.6 metre frontages. The total area to be subdivided is 23 acres, with another lot designated for church development, two as municipal reserve lots and one as a public utility lot.

The developer is Melcor Developments Ltd.

In the case of Timberstone Park, the subdivision will result in the creation of 69 residential lots: 43 R1 and 26 R1N (narrow lots) with 10.5-metre frontages. The total area, consisting of 19.5 acres, will also result in three lots designated for development of a social care site, two public utility lots and one municipal reserve lot.

Timberstone Park Developments Ltd. is the developer.