OCP and Zoning Amendment – Squamish Oceanfront Peninsula

The following amendments are proposed to the District of Squamish Official Community Plan and Zoning Bylaw for the Squamish Oceanfront Peninsula.

Squamish Oceanfront Peninsula Sub Area Plan (SAP) Amendment

A proposed SAP amendment would allow Council the ability to consider development options not contemplated during the creation of the plan, provided overall density is maintained.

Bylaw 2385 Oceanfront Subarea Plan Amendment
SAP Amendment Report to Council May 5 2015
Oceanfront Peninsula Gross Floor Area Analysis
Attachment_2-SAP_Excerpts w_Notes
Attachment_3-SAP_Schedule_E
Attachment_4-SAP_Schedule_G
Attachment_5-SAP_Schedule_H
Attachment_6-SAP_Schedule_I

Zoning Bylaw Amendment
The Zoning Bylaw Amendment defines various zoning blocks, including permitted uses, height, density and building siting.

Bylaw 2386 CD Zone 69 Amendment
SODC Rezoning Report to Council May 5 2015

Background

In October 2013, Matthews Southwest Developments and Bethel Lands Corporation were chosen as the developers of the Oceanfront Lands.  The District and SODC have signed the purchase and sale agreement with Matthews Southwest and Bethel Lands. Read this most recent news below.

At the nexus of land and water sits 59 acres of former industrial land, plus 44 adjacent acres of submerged water lots, owned by the Squamish Oceanfront Development Corporation (SODC), a wholly owned corporation of the District of Squamish. This land, extending from downtown Squamish, forms a peninsula fronting Howe Sound, the Mamquam Blind Channel and the Cattermole Slough. With its ability to drive economic revitalization and reconnect the community to the water, this land represents a profound redevelopment opportunity unparalleled anywhere in the region.

Further Information

Squamish Oceanfront Site

Squamish Oceanfront Development Overview

Public Information Boards from Open House

Project Updates