A group of Riverview, N.B., inhabitants is strongly opposed to the proposed rezoning of a wooded spot on Hillsborough road that would let for the design of two condominium buildings.
If the rezoning goes in advance, one 36-device developing and one 18-unit setting up would be constructed on the 2.45-acre lot, with a parking lot with 70 areas.
The whole lot is just down the road from the home Michael McBurnie and his husband obtained in 2020.
“First and foremost we’re concerned about flooding and the influx of h2o coming off of the roofline and the parking ton,” he explained.
He said his and neighbouring properties now expert recurrent flooding every single spring and he fears producing the land would worsen the problem.
Both of those apartment structures are prepared to be three storeys substantial in accordance to the proposal, which McBurnie explained produces privateness problems.
“We’re really anxious about house values, our privacy…” he mentioned noting that he and the other folks in the team bought their properties understanding the neighbouring plots of land were zoned for one device dwellings.
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The proposal does contain a 6-metre-broad landscape buffer, which nearby resident Andrew Curwin argues doesn’t offer sufficient privacy.
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Curwin’s backyard is directly in entrance of the good deal.
“When we constructed our home we did our owing diligence,” Curwin claimed.
“Part of our thanks diligence was guaranteeing we ended up bordering on a (one-unit dwelling) zone whole lot, for dread it could have been a multi-device dwelling building. If it experienced been a (multi-device residential zoning) we in no way would have bought the house.
Riverview is developing speedily, with a emptiness price of .2 per cent in accordance to Canada Home loan and Housing Company knowledge.
Curwin stated he supports more housing remaining constructed in the city, but does not imagine a rural residential space is the area for it.
Curwin, McBurnie, and other worried citizens are arranging on bringing their concerns to Riverview Town Council at a general public hearing planned for July 10th.
Both of those McBurnie and Curwin are thinking about providing their homes if the proposed rezoning goes forward.
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