City of Edmonton RF3 Zone

The RF3 zone in Edmonton is meant to provide a mix of smaller scale housing. This includes duplexes, multi-unit housing, supportive housing, semi-detached housing, single detached housing, secondary suites and garden suites.

City of Edmonton RF4 Zone

The RF4 zone in Edmonton is primarily designed for semi-detached housing and duplexes. Garden suites or secondary suites are permitted in this zone.

Rezoning Developments

An average of 59% of developments require rezoning in Canada and approximately 65% of developments in Alberta. Most municipalities usually require the applicant to submit a Phase I environmental assessment along with their rezoning application.

Parking Minimums Bylaw Changes in Edmonton

Edmonton Council voted on the bylaw change in June of 2020, making Edmonton the first major Canadian municipality to do away with parking minimums. The end goal has been to make Edmonton more compact, transit-oriented and walkable. It will also reduce the costs associated with redevelopments and new developments.

Wondering What is in Store for 2021?

Wondering what is in store for 2021? Avison Young has done a lot of research on the trends as they relate to the Canadian commercial real estate industry. Take a look.

Happy New Year!

Well that is a wrap 2020! Tonight we officially can drop kick you into last year. Thanks to all of our clients who stuck with us through 2020. We are wishing you and your family a healthy and much better 2021!