Planners approve buildings for Queens business Park

Red Deer’s municipal planning commission has issued site development approval for a pair of buildings and a temporary structure at a prominent location in Queens Business Park.

Red Deer’s municipal planning commission has issued site development approval for a pair of buildings and a temporary structure at a prominent location in Queens Business Park.

Phoenix Construction Inc. applied on behalf of Copp’s Services Inc. to develop a 22,000-square-foot office and shop, a 10,000-square-foot fabrication shop and a 5,400-square-foot cold storage tent at 129 Queens Dr.

The commission’s approval was required because the property backs onto Hwy 2 near Hwy 11, which is designated as a major entry way into the city. The tent, which needed approval as a discretionary use, can remain for up to three years.

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