Neighbours concerned about proposed apartment building
Ryan Flanagan, CTV Kitchener
Published Tuesday, October 18, 2016 11:52AM EDT
Last Updated Tuesday, October 18, 2016 12:56PM EDT
Guelph residents upset with a plan to build an apartment building at Dublin and Cork streets took their concerns to City Hall Monday night.
Councillors heard from multiple delegations urging them not to approve a zone change for the property.
The developer is hoping to build a five-storey building which would contain a number of affordable housing units.
The current zoning on the property allows for a maximum of four floors.
Neighbours speaking to councillors said that they were concerned the zone change would also allow the developer to provide fewer parking spots for cars and bicycles.
The issue returns to council next month.
A developer wants to build a five-storey apartment building on this property at 75 Dublin Street North.
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