A planning application (map) has been approved to add Breweries, Wineries and Distilleries as an allowable use to the Historical Commercial Direct Control Provision (DC1).
This is a new use for inclusion in the Zoning Bylaw and is approved by City Council. The previous draft definition of this use was:
Breweries, Wineries and Distilleries means the manufacturing of beer, wine, spirits or other alcoholic beverages. This use may include the sale of alcoholic beverages to the public for consumption within the premises and the retail sales of alcoholic beverages manufactured within the premises for consumption off-site.
Accessory activities may include the preparation and sale of food, and storage, packaging, bottling, canning and shipping of products manufactured within the premises.
This use may have a private non-sale hospitality area where products manufactured within the premises are provided to private groups for tasting and sampling.
The rationale for adding this use to the existing DC1 Provision was to create additional opportunities for microbreweries, distilleries and wineries in Edmonton’s commercial and industrial zones.
This application was reviewed by City administration to determine the proposal’s compatibility with the surrounding neighbourhood. After the review was finished, a recommendation was made to City Council.
The proposal and recommendation was heard at a City Council Public Hearing. The public were notified of the Public Hearing date and time at least 21 days in advance.
Strathcona Area Redevelopment Plan
City Council Public Hearing Date: Wednesday November 15, 2017, Agenda Items 5.3 and 5.4, Bylaws 18193 and 18194
City Council Approval Date: Wednesday November 15, 2017
Reference File Number: LDA17-0260
Planner: Email Andrew McLellan or call 780-496-2939 for more information.