West Kelowna city council this week will consider a 20-unit townhouse project proposed for Gellatly Road South.
The proposal at 3830 Gellatly Road South is for a mix of 20 townhomes, with two to five bedrooms, across four three-storey buildings.
“The proposed townhouse development adds additional housing units and housing options in an existing residential neighbourhood on a site that has remained underutilized for an extended period,” says a staff report going before council on Tuesday.
The site was previously rezoned in 2021 for townhomes and currently has one residence on it.
Minor variances related to setbacks and driveway width due to a FortisBC right of way would be required with the development permit.
In addition to two standard spaces per townhome, a total of four visitor parking spaces will be provided throughout the site, including one accessible parking space, and two truck loading spaces
Council will discuss the proposal Tuesday afternoon.