There’s a new site plan control application posted for an auto body shop at 6801 Hazeldean Road, west of Stittsville near Jinkinson.
There’s been a sign at that location for a while that proclaims it as the new location for Kanata Collision, currently located near Sweetnam. (This property is just outside of Stittsville’s boundaries and is part of Rideau-Goulbourn ward.)
From the application summary:
The subject property is located at the northeast corner of the Jinkinson Road and Hazeldean Road Intersection… There is currently a single detached house on the subject property, which is proposed to be demolished. The site is bounded by vacant land to the north, the Permacon Inc. Concrete facility to the east, Hazeldean Road and vacant land to the south and vacant land to the east.
The proposal is to develop the site with an automobile body repair shop with associated office, parking, landscaping, private well and septic system. The site is proposed to be developed in two phases, with this application pertaining to the first phase of development. There will be a significant portion of land at the rear property that will remain undeveloped until Phase II, which will be for an expansion to the building and parking area.
The proposed development, for this application, is for a one storey building with a footprint of 598 square meters incorporating 519 square meters of automobile body shop and 79 square meters of office space and seating area. A 68 square meter open canopy is proposed along the eastern side of the building for client car drop off. The access is proposed to be from Hazeldean Road. A total of 34 parking spaces are proposed, including two barrier free parking spaces. Outdoor client vehicle storage and a loading space are proposed to be located at the rear of the building. A six metre landscape buffer along the eastern property line is proposed to retain existing mature vegetation where possible.
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