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De l’Eglise first test of Verdun’s virtual public consultation process

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Yesterday, Verdun announced a new public consultation process to avoid crowds during the COVID-19 pandemic.

From now on, anyone can submit comments in writing about any public consultation underway in the borough. You have 15 days to submit a comment or memorandum in writing by email, through an online form or by mail with your complete name and address to 4555, rue de Verdun
Montréal (Québec) H4G 1M4.

This process will be followed for two consultations underway until next Monday. Both will double the height of buildings on de L’Eglise.

Taller building at de l’Église and Evelyn

The owners of the building on de l’Église at Evelyn (lot 1 154 592 in the Quebec cadastre) that contains Salon Mita want to increase its height, add units to the property and create two apartments in the basement.

Current regulations permit a maximum of 6 units and block the creation of basement housing. The future building will contain 12 units with lower-level stores, including the salon and a driving school.

The project is set up to be green. It includes five new trees and the elimination of the small parking lot. The new space will include a bicycle repair shop, indoor parking for 12 bikes and outdoor parking for 4 bikes. All three storeys of the side walls must be covered by growing vines, once they are mature. Notaries must ensure that these walls must remain accessible over time for continual maintenance of the plants.

Marie-Andrée Mauger moved the resolution and Marie-Josée Parent seconded.

For more information, refer to public consultation process and https://res.cloudinary.com/villemontreal/image/upload/v1608152803/portail/nin7paqds3cnreliwe2p.pdf,

Comments or a memorandum can be submitted in writing by email, through an online form or by mail with your complete name and address to 4555, rue de Verdun Montréal (Québec) H4G 1M4 by Monday, January 18.

Demolishing for a double-height building at de l’Église and Ross

The borough is consulting about a project to demolish the two-storey mixed-use building at de l’Eglise and Ross (lot 6 357 496) to build a 4-storey one with 32 units.

The current building will be torn down and the parking lot eliminated to make way for a new multipurpose building with a green roof, 20 one-bedroom apartments, 6 three-bedroom apartments and 6 two-bedroom apartments.

The project is set up to be green. It includes ten new trees and a common terrace with potted plants. The new space will also include indoor parking for at least 16 bikes.

Marie-Andrée Mauger moved the resolution and Marie-Josée Parent seconded.

In response to questions, borough officials write that Verdun has no right to regulate whether units will be rented or sold.

For more information, refer to public consultation process and https://res.cloudinary.com/villemontreal/image/upload/v1608152626/portail/zm0mjbnbk5oqwe7mvuwg.pdf.

Comments or a memorandum can be submitted in writing by email, through an online form or by mail with your complete name and address to 4555, rue de Verdun, Montréal (Québec) H4G 1M4 by Monday, January 18.

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