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2 FIRST DRAFT OF BYLAW NO MODIFYING ZONING BYLAW 448 TO AUTHORIZE AND GOVERN THE MULTI- FAMILY RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT PROJECT «BOISÉ PEARSON» PLANNED FOR ZONE R-03 Council decrees as follows: Section 1: Section «Residential use group (H)» of Zoning By-law 448 is modified by the addition of the following second paragraph: «2. Are part of class «H2»: Multi-family dwellings, namely the buildings comprising more than one household. The number of households is determined at chapter 9 of the present by-law and at the Schedule of Uses and Standards.». Section 2: Section «Temporary outdoor sale for a residential use (garage sale)» of Zoning Bylaw 448 is modified by the replacement, in paragraph 1. of the words «a residential use» by the words «a single family residential use;». Section 3: Section «Authorized temporary buildings and structures» of Zoning By-law 448 is modified by the addition to paragraph 5. after the words «in a residential development project of more than ten (10) houses or lots» of the words «or in a multi-family residential project,». Section 4: Section «Minimum number of parking spots required» of Zoning By-law 448 is modified by the addition to the table for Residential use group of the use group H2: Residential group Number of parking spots required H2 1 spot per household Section 5: Section «Location of parking areas» of Zoning By-law 448 is modified by the addition of the following eighth paragraph: «8. For multi-family dwellings (H-2), 80% of the required and planned parking spaces must be provided within the buildings (underground, indoor or sub-slab).». Section 6: Section «Conservation of trees or forest cover» of this by-law is modified by the replacement of the words «Paragraphs 6, 7 and 8» by the words «Paragraphs 5, 6 and 7».

3 Section 7: Chapter 9 «Specific Provisions for Certain Uses or Zones» of this by-law is modified by the addition of the following division 9.4 which reads as follows: «Division 9.4 PARTICULAR DISPOSITIONS APPLICABLE TO ZONE R Scope of application The provisions of this division apply to the development of zone R-03 identified on the zoning plan. To ensure the implementation of the Master Plan and the general policies adopted by the Municipality of the Village of Senneville, the applicant of a permit request for this zone must meet the standards of the present by-law, and the objectives and particular development criteria set out in the By-law on Site Planning and Architectural Integration Programs. The provisions of this division shall prevail over any conflicting provision in this bylaw Development mode and subdivision standards The development of the zone must be carried out in the form of a residential planned unit development. The subdivision standards apply to the lot to receive the residential planned unit development. Each site must be adjacent to the Boulevard des Anciens-Combattants, with a minimum frontage of 30 meters. Each site where a main building will be built must have a minimum area corresponding to the floor area of the building to which is added 25% of that area. For the purposes of this division, a site is the part of the lot intended to receive a main building and to be designated as a private portion within the planned unit development Access to the site A single (1) access (entrance driveway) to the site, coming from a public road, is permitted Protection of wetland The wetland shall be kept in its entirety and a protective buffer zone of 15 meters shall be applied in compliance to Chapter 7 of this bylaw. During the construction work, the applicant must take steps to identify and protect the wetland and its protective band (e.g., geotextile barrier).

4 9.4.5 Protection of natural areas and forest cover (trees) A minimum of 80% of the lot must be left in its natural state (without any construction) and must be the subject of a special protection mechanism prohibiting construction (e.g. real and perpetual servitude). This area is considered to be the amenity area for the integrated project. Within this natural area, only pedestrian paths with a maximum width of 1.5 meters are allowed. No development (eg paving stones, slabs, etc.) that can damage the natural environment can be achieved. In accordance with section 7.1.3, 80% of existing trees must be preserved. In the event that the percentage is reduced as a result of the upstream survey, felled trees will need to be replaced to maintain the prescribed percentage. The provisions of section apply for the trees to be replaced. This area must be subject to appropriate protection measures to ensure its sustainability, including the following minimum measures: 1. Before the tree cutting necessary for the construction work (area to be deforested), a survey and on-site identification of the trees must be carried out by a forest engineer or a biologist; 2. During the tree cutting, the forest engineer or biologist referred to in the previous paragraph must be present on the grounds; 3. Following the cutting, a report must be filed with the designated officer. This report should include actual cuts on the grounds, including the trees affected and those in an irreversible state of decline; 4. The forest engineer or biologist referred to in paragraph 1 shall include in his report a recommendation regarding the trees to be planted (species, growth and location), taking into account the particularities of the area and the objectives of the ecoterritory; 5. The protection measures for the trees shall be in place during construction: the provisions of Section shall apply; 6. The cutting of a woody plant with a diameter less than that indicated in the third paragraph of section ("tree") shall be the subject to a report by a forest engineer or biologist. The goal is to avoid the cutting of young stems so the forest gains in maturity Land use density As provided for in the Master Plan By-law, the maximum permitted net density in the zone is 20 units per hectare, for a maximum of 68 residential units on the site Main building The following provisions apply to the main buildings in the zone: 1. A maximum of 2 main buildings are authorized in the zone;

5 2. The maximum footprint for the buildings is set at 7,5% (footprint applicable to the zone); 3. The setbacks prescribed in the specifications chart apply in respect of the lot (and not for each lot); 4. A minimum distance of 6 meters is required between two main buildings; 5. Buildings shall be located at an angle to the rear lot line to minimize their visibility from the properties of Elmwood Street; 6. Roof top mezzanine type constructions are prohibited; 7. Notwithstanding section 3.1.7, the maximum height of the first floor is set at 1 meter; 8. The construction of semi-basement residential units is prohibited; 9. Interior storage spaces must be provided in each of the buildings; 10. The garage doors to underground parking must be located on the side or rear facades so that they are not visible from Anciens-Combattants Boulevard; 11. The roof of the buildings must be: a) A green roof (vegetated); b) Built with a white or gray material, a material painted white or gray or covered with a reflective coating or a white or gray ballast; c) Built with a material with a solar reflectance index (IRS) of at least 78, ascertained by the manufacturer's specialists or by a professional; d) Built with a combination of the materials referred to in the preceding subparagraphs : Parking areas (cars and bikes) The following provisions apply to the parking areas for vehicles: 1. A minimum of 80% of the required parking spots must be located underground, within the building or sub-slab; 2. A maximum of 20 parking spots may be provided above ground, and must be distributed near each building; 3. The arrangement of the parking spaces must permit the passage of emergency vehicles; 4. A minimum of one parking spot for car-sharing vehicles must be reserved per building;

6 5. A minimum of one charging station for electric vehicles must be installed per building (total of two for the site). A minimum of 102 bicycle parking spots shall be provided on the premises: at least half of these will be located within the buildings (ratio of 1,5 spots per unit) Buildings and accessory buildings Notwithstanding section 4.1.3, all buildings and accessory buildings are prohibited, except for the following: 1. Trails; 2. Outdoor lighting installations; 3. The protruding elements and exterior stairs leading to the ground floor; 4. Balconies, galleries, porches; 5. Patios servicing units on the ground floor. Notwithstanding sections 4.5 and 4.6, antennas and air conditioners are prohibited. Mechanical and technical equipment, including air conditioning systems, must be located inside the buildings. However, if it is demonstrated that it is technically impossible to locate them inside the buildings, the equipment may be located on the roof of the buildings (maximum height of 2 m): the other provisions of section apply. One or more semi-buried containers for waste, recyclables and organic waste (composting) must be provided on the premises. These must be easily accessible for collection and be surrounded by a screen (hedge, trees, fence-type screen, landscaping) Private driveways The provisions relating to streets in the Subdivision By-law apply to private driveways. However, the surface of the areas used for vehicular circulation must be paved and have a minimum width of 6 meters. The private driveways must be lighted and allow for the passage of emergency vehicles Infrastructures and networks The buildings must be serviced by the aqueduct and sewer. The hydro lines and other public utilities must be buried, including the massifs and other necessary technical equipment, unless it is impossible to locate them underground or inside the buildings.

7 Snow and runoff water management One or more areas must be provided for the disposal of snow. They must not impact on the wetland, including its protective band, and the forest cover. Runoff water management measures must be provided on the premises (bioretention, etc.). A drainage and water management plan must be carried out by a professional or a biologist and submitted before an application for authorization. " Section 8: Appendix 2 «Schedule of Uses and Standards» of this by-law is modified, by the replacement of the grid corresponding to Zone R-03 by its replacement grid. The replacement grid of Uses and Standards for Zone R-03 is hereto attached as Appendix 1 to form an integral part of this by-law. Section 9: The present by-law comes into force in compliance with the law. Julie Brisebois, Mayor Pascale Synnott, Town Clerk

8 Appendix 1: Schedule of Uses and Standards for Zone R-03

9 SCHEDULE OF USES AND STANDARDS Appendix 2 of Zoning By-Law no. 448 USE GROUPS AND CLASSES H - Residential H2 Multi-family C - Commercial C1 Funerary complex C2 Business services P - Public P1 Public and institutional P2 Public utility R - Recreational R1 Extensive recreational (1) R2 Intensive recreational A - Agricultural A1 Agricultural activity F - Forest F1 Forest activity I - Industrial I1 Prestige and light industrial Zone R-03 Village of Senneville Specifically authorized USE(S) (1) R101 Specifically prohibited USE(S) Building typology Detached Semi-detached Contiguous Setbacks Front (min./ max.) 10 / - Lateral (min. / total) 10 / 20 Rear (min.) 90 Footprint Maximum footprint See chap.9 Maximum net land-use density 20 d/ha CHARACTERISTICS OF THE MAIN BUILDING Building height In storeys (min. / max.) 2 / 3 In meters (min. / max.) 6 / 10 Floor area Minimum area (m 2 ) - 1 storey Maximum area (m 2 ) - 1 storey Minimum area (m 2 ) - 2 storeys or more Maximum area (m 2 ) - 2 storeys or more Dimensions Building width (min.) 18 SITING OF THE MAIN BUILDING NOTES Specific conditions applicable to this zone are set forth in the Zoning Bylaw (Chapter 9). The prescribed subdivision standards are for lots that are not located within a shoreline corridor and are serviced. For other cases, refer to Subdivision Bylaw. SUBDIVISION STANDARDS (Subdivision By-Law ) Lot area - m 2 (min.) Lot width (min.) 30,34 MODIFICATIONS Lot depth (min.) 30 ACCESSORY USES TO RESIDENTIAL Home-based professional activities By-law no Coming into force Bed and Breakfast Intergenerational dwelling Boarding and breeding of horses SPECIFIC PROVISIONS Multiple use Planned unit development Date: July 21, 2014