Four ideas up for discussion

Advisory design panel will decide on renovations

  • Sep. 28, 2014 1:00 p.m.

The Oak Bay advisory design panel meeting has four property proposals on the agenda for its Oct. 7 meeting at municipal hall.

They’ll discuss 2527 Nottingham Rd. where the owners of a house under construction would like to have two accessory buildings a garage and workshop instead of the already OK’d  garage/workshop building.

Renovations and an addition to an existing home at 2880 Lansdowne Rd. will also be up for discussion.

New home construction for two lots, 648 Linkleas Ave. and 1220 Roslyn Rd. are also on the agenda.

The Design Panel consists of five members, at least two of whom must be registered to practice under the Architects Act, the other three with professional experience and/or qualifications in architecture, engineering, gardening, landscape design or the visual acts.

The advisory design panel meets at 8:45 a.m. in the council chambers at municipal hall 2167 Oak Bay Ave.

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