July 16, 2014: The proponent hosted an information meeting at the Cove Lakeside Resort to obtain early public feedback.
October 22, 2013: Council approved Terms of Reference (TOR) for creation of a Comprehensive Development Plan (CDP) for four properties within the Goat’s Peak/Gellatly area. The proposal is being considered pursuant to the CDP area policies in the District of West Kelowna's Official Community Plan (OCP):
The property owners have commissioned Art Phillips and Associates Inc. to oversee the preparation of the Goat's Peak / Gellatly CDP in consultation with the DWK and interested parties.
Terms of Reference
The intent of the TOR is to establish the responsibilities for both the DWK and the applicant in preparing the plan and outlines the technical reports to be submitted at each phase of the process.
As outlined in the TOR, CDP 13-02 is to be developed in three distinct phases:
Phase 1, Context & Inventory
The consulting team will provide an overview of site opportunities and constraints within and/or adjacent to the plan area, and
Include necessary technical reports to determine if subject properties can effectively accommodate additional land uses
Phases 2-3, Assessment & Final Concept
The consulting team will propose new land use designations and phasing of development based on the analysis completed as part of Phase 1
Include public and stakeholder consultation and reflect DWK master planning documents such as the OCP, Transportation Master Plan (in development), Recreational Trails Plan and others
Present the plan to Council for consideration of approval, and
If the CDP is approved by Council, it will be included in the current OCP as an appendix with approved land use designations reflected in the OCP Land Use Map
Two public meetings will be held by the applicant during the development of the CDP.
The first meeting will present the site context and information and the initial conclusions, and will allow for education, orientation and determination of the initial public issues. The second and final meeting will confirm the initial public input, show how the plan responds to earlier feedback and obtain additional feedback on the CDP’s integral concepts.
The approved TOR and associated Council Report can be viewed using the following links: