Rocky View County (RVC) council approved several subdivisions during a regular meeting Oct. 22.
A unanimously approved subdivision application will create a new multi-lot business park, with 10 lots ranging from 7.30 acres to 21.41 acres. According to Johnson Kwan, the McLellan Business Park is located in the Balzac East area, south of CrossIron Drive and on the east side of Dwight McLellan Trail.
Another subdivision application creates, according to planner Oksana Newmen, a four-acre residential parcel with a 15.92-acre remainder within the Bearspaw Area Structure Plan (ASP), on the south side of Burma Road and west of Range Road 24. The application was approved unanimously.
A third subdivision, located in the Balzac East ASP at the northeast junction of Range Road 291 and High Plains Road, was also approved unanimously. According to planner Jessica Anderson, the subdivision creates a 7.50-acre parcel with a 23-acre remainder.
Finally, council unanimously approved a boundary adjustment on a parcel in the County’s northwest. The adjustment, Anderson said, shifts the boundaries between a 160-acre parcel and a 107.29 acre parcel, creating a 50-acre parcel and a 217.29-acre parcel in order to consolidate farming operations on the land.