High Rise Development Application at 93A Avenue and 120 Street

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Location: 11959 to 11969 93A Avenue and 9365 to 9383 120 Street

File Number: LU009043


The purpose of this application is to permit the consolidation of the subject properties and redevelopment of the subject site for a 29-storey high-rise mixed residential and commercial development.

The following are the key aspects of this proposal:

  • A 29-storey mixed-use high-rise tower on 120 Street with 264 market strata dwelling units with a single-storey podium that would include :
    • 289 m2 (3,110 ft2) of ground-level commercial space on the 120 Street frontage;
    • 340 m2 (3,660 ft2) of common indoor amenity space;
    • 1,222 m2 (13,153 ft2) of common outdoor amenity spaces plus an additional
    • 134 m2 (1,440 ft2) of outdoor childcare space; and
    • 217 m2 (2,335 ft2) childcare facility to be transferred into the ownership of the City of Delta.
  • A 6-storey apartment building on 119B Street with 50 rental dwelling units that would include:
    • five storeys of residential;
    • 54 m2 (580 ft2 ) of common indoor amenity space on the sixth storey;
    • 564 m2 (6,070 ft2) of common outdoor amenity space; and
    • of the 50 rental units, 20 percent (10 units) would be secured at 10% below market rates for a period of 20 years. The remaining 40 rental units would be secured for residential rental tenure at market rates in perpetuity under Comprehensive Development Zone 14 (CDZ14).
  • Vehicular access to the site and the six levels of underground parking with 401 parking spaces from 93A Avenue.

The architectural drawings, landscape plan and 3D renderings for the proposal are available to view under "Application Plans and Documents".


In order to facilitate the proposed development, the following are required:

  • Rezoning from Core Commercial (C1) and Low Impact Industrial (I1) to Comprehensive Development Zone 14 (CDZ14).
  • Development Permit for form and character of mixed-use development in the Scott Road Corridor (SRC) Development Permit Area.
  • Development Variance Permit to vary the Delta Zoning Bylaw by:
    • Reducing the required outdoor amenity space for the tower from 1,584 m2 (17,050 ft2) to 1,222 m2 (13,153 ft2) (not including the additional 134 m2 (1,440 ft2) of proposed outdoor childcare space), and
    • Reducing the total number of required parking spaces as follows:
      • From 310 spaces to 287 spaces for the tower,
      • From 58 spaces to 53 spaces for the rental building,
      • From 53 spaces to 47 spaces for residential visitor parking for both the tower and rental building.
  • Road Closure and Cancellation and Land Exchange, to close an existing lane and road dedication totaling 455.1 m2 (4,899 ft2) in exchange for 452.8 m2 (4,874 ft2) of new road dedication on 120 Street and 119B Street plus $8,375 in compensation from the developer.
  • Housing Agreement to secure 10 rental units at 10% below market rates for a period of 20 years as part of the proposed development.


The proposed development is consistent with the Special Development Area (SDA) designation for the Townline neighbourhood in the North Delta Area Plan. The North Delta Area Plan was adopted in 2014 following an extensive public consultation and visioning process for North Delta. Additional details of the Plan and vision for the Scott Road Corridor are available under "Applicable Bylaws and City Documents".

The application will also be considered in conjunction with work on Delta’s Housing Action Plan, recommendations from The Mayor’s Housing Task Force for Scott Road, and the Tomorrow’s Townline neighbourhood planning process. Links to these important planning projects are provided under “Important Links”.


Location: 11959 to 11969 93A Avenue and 9365 to 9383 120 Street

File Number: LU009043


The purpose of this application is to permit the consolidation of the subject properties and redevelopment of the subject site for a 29-storey high-rise mixed residential and commercial development.

The following are the key aspects of this proposal:

  • A 29-storey mixed-use high-rise tower on 120 Street with 264 market strata dwelling units with a single-storey podium that would include :
    • 289 m2 (3,110 ft2) of ground-level commercial space on the 120 Street frontage;
    • 340 m2 (3,660 ft2) of common indoor amenity space;
    • 1,222 m2 (13,153 ft2) of common outdoor amenity spaces plus an additional
    • 134 m2 (1,440 ft2) of outdoor childcare space; and
    • 217 m2 (2,335 ft2) childcare facility to be transferred into the ownership of the City of Delta.
  • A 6-storey apartment building on 119B Street with 50 rental dwelling units that would include:
    • five storeys of residential;
    • 54 m2 (580 ft2 ) of common indoor amenity space on the sixth storey;
    • 564 m2 (6,070 ft2) of common outdoor amenity space; and
    • of the 50 rental units, 20 percent (10 units) would be secured at 10% below market rates for a period of 20 years. The remaining 40 rental units would be secured for residential rental tenure at market rates in perpetuity under Comprehensive Development Zone 14 (CDZ14).
  • Vehicular access to the site and the six levels of underground parking with 401 parking spaces from 93A Avenue.

The architectural drawings, landscape plan and 3D renderings for the proposal are available to view under "Application Plans and Documents".


In order to facilitate the proposed development, the following are required:

  • Rezoning from Core Commercial (C1) and Low Impact Industrial (I1) to Comprehensive Development Zone 14 (CDZ14).
  • Development Permit for form and character of mixed-use development in the Scott Road Corridor (SRC) Development Permit Area.
  • Development Variance Permit to vary the Delta Zoning Bylaw by:
    • Reducing the required outdoor amenity space for the tower from 1,584 m2 (17,050 ft2) to 1,222 m2 (13,153 ft2) (not including the additional 134 m2 (1,440 ft2) of proposed outdoor childcare space), and
    • Reducing the total number of required parking spaces as follows:
      • From 310 spaces to 287 spaces for the tower,
      • From 58 spaces to 53 spaces for the rental building,
      • From 53 spaces to 47 spaces for residential visitor parking for both the tower and rental building.
  • Road Closure and Cancellation and Land Exchange, to close an existing lane and road dedication totaling 455.1 m2 (4,899 ft2) in exchange for 452.8 m2 (4,874 ft2) of new road dedication on 120 Street and 119B Street plus $8,375 in compensation from the developer.
  • Housing Agreement to secure 10 rental units at 10% below market rates for a period of 20 years as part of the proposed development.


The proposed development is consistent with the Special Development Area (SDA) designation for the Townline neighbourhood in the North Delta Area Plan. The North Delta Area Plan was adopted in 2014 following an extensive public consultation and visioning process for North Delta. Additional details of the Plan and vision for the Scott Road Corridor are available under "Applicable Bylaws and City Documents".

The application will also be considered in conjunction with work on Delta’s Housing Action Plan, recommendations from The Mayor’s Housing Task Force for Scott Road, and the Tomorrow’s Townline neighbourhood planning process. Links to these important planning projects are provided under “Important Links”.


  • Public Hearing - June 8, 2021

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    A Public Hearing for this proposal was held on June 8, 2021. Following the Public Hearing, Council gave 3rd readings of Bylaw No. 8033 (Rezoning), Bylaw No. 8034 (Road Closure and Cancellation), and Bylaw No. 8035 (Housing Agreement).

    The applicant is now required to complete the conditions of 3rd reading. Once all of the requirements have been satisfied by the applicant, staff will prepare a report for Council's consideration of final adoption of the Bylaws and issuance of Development Variance Permit LU009043 and Development Permit LU009043.

  • Engagement Session Closed - March 7, 2021

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    CLOSED: This discussion has concluded.

    The virtual public engagement session closed on March 7, 2021. A summary of the public comments are included in the 1st and 2nd readings report.