119A Street Six-Storey Apartment Buildings

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Location7728 119A Street (North Delta)
File NumberLU009521
ApplicantHarjit Sangha, RealCo Properties


We want your feedback on a multi-unit residential development application in North Delta for two six-storey residential apartment buildings at 7728 119A Street.

The building form and character has been revised after the Public Information Meetings in May and June 2023 in response to staff and community feedback. The revised proposal includes:

  • The proposed land use is consistent with the site's designation in the North Delta Area Plan: Medium Density Residential (Scott Road) (MDR(SR)) which is intended for low-rise structures accommodating multiple-family residential use. However, the proposed density of 2.60 Floor Space Ratio (FSR) is higher than the 2.2 FSR contemplated in the designation, so an Official Community Plan Amendment is requested.
  • The buildings would include 291 residential units with 1 studio apartment, 72 one-bedroom, 75 one-bedroom-plus-flex-space, 101 two-bedroom, 40 two-bedroom-plus-flex-space, and 2 three-bedroom units.
  • A building height of 6 storeys and 24 m to the top of a flat roof is proposed.
  • Vehicle access to the site would be from 119A Street. Residential parking would be provided in two levels below the building, along with dedicated space for bicycle parking as follows:
    • 338 vehicle parking spaces for residents and 24 visitor spaces in the underground parking structure.
    • All stalls would be provided with an energized electric vehicle outlet. The proposal meets all Zoning Bylaw requirements for parking.
    • 291 resident bike parking spaces in the underground parking structure, with 10 visitor bicycle parking provided at grade.
    • The proposal meets all Zoning Bylaw requirements for parking.
    • The dedicated loading area and garbage staging area would also be accessed from 119A Street.
  • The courtyard between the buildings would contain a 975 m² landscaped outdoor amenity space. Building A would also have an 708 m² landscaped rooftop outdoor space. Six indoor amenity spaces would be shared between the buildings.
  • A 1.5 m road dedication and 1.5 m right-of-way would be provided to the City to enable sidewalk widening on Scott Road.
  • The city-owned pedestrian walkway to the south of the site would be re-built, including paving and lighting improvements.

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".

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

  • An Official Community Plan amendment to allow a 2.66 FSR, instead of the maximum 2.2 FSR permitted in the (MDR(SR)) designation. This FSR is calculated calculated after road dedication.
  • Rezoning from Townhouse Residential 40 (RT40) to a new Comprehensive Development Zone 33 (CDZ33) that would allow for an FSR of 2.60 and a height of up to six storeys. This FSR is calculated calculated prior to road dedication.
  • A Development Permit to address form and character in the Scott Road Corridor (SRC) Development Permit Area.
  • Discharge Land Use Contract LU-74-43
  • A Development Variance Permit to vary “Delta Subdivision and Development Standards Bylaw No. 7162, 2015” Section 7.3 of Schedule A and Drawing L.2.8 of Schedule C by reducing the minimum effective pavement width along the Scott Road frontage from 11 m to 10 m (to centerline) in order to maintain a modified arterial standard and accept the existing road cross-section. Minor variances are delegated to the General Manager, Engineering, and do not require Council approvals.

This application is at a preliminary stage and has not gone to Council for their consideration. Therefore, different aspects of the proposal may change as the application proceeds through the review process.

How You can Provide Feedback

Two in-person meetings have been held for neighbours to view the proposal, ask questions and share comments. Meetings were held:

  • Thursday, May 25, 2023, 5:30 pm–7:30 pm, Jarvis Elementary School
  • Wednesday, June 7, 2023, 4:30 pm–7:00 pm, Heath Elementary School

The public comment period closed on Monday, June 12th. Staff will compile and summarize all the feedback for anonymous inclusion in a report to Council, which will be publicly accessible.

Still have questions? You can ask questions directly by contacting the City Planner by telephone or email with the contact information provided on this webpage.

Location7728 119A Street (North Delta)
File NumberLU009521
ApplicantHarjit Sangha, RealCo Properties


We want your feedback on a multi-unit residential development application in North Delta for two six-storey residential apartment buildings at 7728 119A Street.

The building form and character has been revised after the Public Information Meetings in May and June 2023 in response to staff and community feedback. The revised proposal includes:

  • The proposed land use is consistent with the site's designation in the North Delta Area Plan: Medium Density Residential (Scott Road) (MDR(SR)) which is intended for low-rise structures accommodating multiple-family residential use. However, the proposed density of 2.60 Floor Space Ratio (FSR) is higher than the 2.2 FSR contemplated in the designation, so an Official Community Plan Amendment is requested.
  • The buildings would include 291 residential units with 1 studio apartment, 72 one-bedroom, 75 one-bedroom-plus-flex-space, 101 two-bedroom, 40 two-bedroom-plus-flex-space, and 2 three-bedroom units.
  • A building height of 6 storeys and 24 m to the top of a flat roof is proposed.
  • Vehicle access to the site would be from 119A Street. Residential parking would be provided in two levels below the building, along with dedicated space for bicycle parking as follows:
    • 338 vehicle parking spaces for residents and 24 visitor spaces in the underground parking structure.
    • All stalls would be provided with an energized electric vehicle outlet. The proposal meets all Zoning Bylaw requirements for parking.
    • 291 resident bike parking spaces in the underground parking structure, with 10 visitor bicycle parking provided at grade.
    • The proposal meets all Zoning Bylaw requirements for parking.
    • The dedicated loading area and garbage staging area would also be accessed from 119A Street.
  • The courtyard between the buildings would contain a 975 m² landscaped outdoor amenity space. Building A would also have an 708 m² landscaped rooftop outdoor space. Six indoor amenity spaces would be shared between the buildings.
  • A 1.5 m road dedication and 1.5 m right-of-way would be provided to the City to enable sidewalk widening on Scott Road.
  • The city-owned pedestrian walkway to the south of the site would be re-built, including paving and lighting improvements.

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".

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

  • An Official Community Plan amendment to allow a 2.66 FSR, instead of the maximum 2.2 FSR permitted in the (MDR(SR)) designation. This FSR is calculated calculated after road dedication.
  • Rezoning from Townhouse Residential 40 (RT40) to a new Comprehensive Development Zone 33 (CDZ33) that would allow for an FSR of 2.60 and a height of up to six storeys. This FSR is calculated calculated prior to road dedication.
  • A Development Permit to address form and character in the Scott Road Corridor (SRC) Development Permit Area.
  • Discharge Land Use Contract LU-74-43
  • A Development Variance Permit to vary “Delta Subdivision and Development Standards Bylaw No. 7162, 2015” Section 7.3 of Schedule A and Drawing L.2.8 of Schedule C by reducing the minimum effective pavement width along the Scott Road frontage from 11 m to 10 m (to centerline) in order to maintain a modified arterial standard and accept the existing road cross-section. Minor variances are delegated to the General Manager, Engineering, and do not require Council approvals.

This application is at a preliminary stage and has not gone to Council for their consideration. Therefore, different aspects of the proposal may change as the application proceeds through the review process.

How You can Provide Feedback

Two in-person meetings have been held for neighbours to view the proposal, ask questions and share comments. Meetings were held:

  • Thursday, May 25, 2023, 5:30 pm–7:30 pm, Jarvis Elementary School
  • Wednesday, June 7, 2023, 4:30 pm–7:00 pm, Heath Elementary School

The public comment period closed on Monday, June 12th. Staff will compile and summarize all the feedback for anonymous inclusion in a report to Council, which will be publicly accessible.

Still have questions? You can ask questions directly by contacting the City Planner by telephone or email with the contact information provided on this webpage.

  • Council Meeting: First and Second Reading Consideration

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    A Council Report for the proposal has been prepared and will be considered by Council at the September 11, 2023 Regular Council Meeting.

    The Council Report can be viewed by clicking on the Applicable Bylaws and City Documents panel or the link below

    https://delta.civicweb.net/filepro/documents/221990/?preview=222001 (external link)

  • Project Revisions

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    The building design has been revised after the public information meetings in May and June 2023, in response to staff and community feedback.

    This design will be presented to Council in the fall of 2023.


    Notable changes include:

    • An increase from 283 to 291 units.
    • The proposal now includes one-bedroom-plus-flex-space and two-bedroom-plus-flex-space unit layouts.
    • 338 resident parking spaces are now proposed (up from 316) to accommodate the new units and more two- and three-bedroom units.
    • An enhanced entryway design for each building.


    A copy of the revised architectural drawings, site plan, elevations and detailed floor plans is available in the "Application Documents" panel of this page.

Page last updated: 25 Sep 2023, 06:58 PM