Westport Village – OCP amendment and rezoning

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Please note: The Westport Village development application was received prior to the launch of this online engagement portal. Previous feedback on this proposed development was collected through the City's legislated public input process, which includes email and public input at Council meetings and a Public Hearing.

We have posted this significant development application to Engage Port Moody to provide the public with a consolidated source for information. See the Application Documents, and City Reports and Policies sections for links to current information.


Application #6700-20-141
Location: 2120 Vintner St & 2110-2136 Clarke St

Developer website: westportvillage.ca

The applicant would like to amend the Official Community Plan (OCP) to designate the Westport Village lands as Mixed Use – Westport Village and provide a policy framework for development of the site; and to amend the Zoning Bylaw to establish a Comprehensive Development 77 (CD77) zone. This would change the OCP’s land use designation for the winery site from “General Industrial” to “Mixed Use – Moody Centre” and to rezone the winery property and the adjacent lots at 2110-2136 Clarke Street to a new Comprehensive Development Zone to allow for the development of a high-density mixed-use project.

The land uses and floor area densities in the proposed new CD77 zone include:

  • Apartment and Townhouse – Market Rental, 15,640 m2
  • Apartment and Townhouse, 16,392 m2
  • Artist Studio, 660 m2
  • Assembly – Art Centre, 1,320 m2
  • Commercial Athletic and Recreation, 938 m2
  • Child Care, 325 m2
  • Common Amenity Space (indoor) for Apartment
    and Townhouse, including Market Rental, 418 m2
  • Hotel, 3,842 m2
  • Light Industrial, 4,045 m2
  • Office, 4,931 m2
  • Personal Service – Medical Clinic, 4,219 m2
  • Seniors Residential, 6,966 m2
  • Seniors Common Amenity Space (indoor), 1,365 m2
  • All Other Uses Combined, 6,439 m2
  • Total – Maximum, 67,500 m2

Current status: following the Public Hearing and Third Reading in summer 2019 this application paused. It became active again in summer 2021, and on July 26, 2022 City Council approved a one-year extension request from the applicant so that they can continue working with City staff to complete outstanding requirements. Next steps include a Development Agreement and Development Permit before Council will consider adoption of the OCP and the Zoning Bylaw amendment bylaws.

Please note: The Westport Village development application was received prior to the launch of this online engagement portal. Previous feedback on this proposed development was collected through the City's legislated public input process, which includes email and public input at Council meetings and a Public Hearing.

We have posted this significant development application to Engage Port Moody to provide the public with a consolidated source for information. See the Application Documents, and City Reports and Policies sections for links to current information.


Application #6700-20-141
Location: 2120 Vintner St & 2110-2136 Clarke St

Developer website: westportvillage.ca

The applicant would like to amend the Official Community Plan (OCP) to designate the Westport Village lands as Mixed Use – Westport Village and provide a policy framework for development of the site; and to amend the Zoning Bylaw to establish a Comprehensive Development 77 (CD77) zone. This would change the OCP’s land use designation for the winery site from “General Industrial” to “Mixed Use – Moody Centre” and to rezone the winery property and the adjacent lots at 2110-2136 Clarke Street to a new Comprehensive Development Zone to allow for the development of a high-density mixed-use project.

The land uses and floor area densities in the proposed new CD77 zone include:

  • Apartment and Townhouse – Market Rental, 15,640 m2
  • Apartment and Townhouse, 16,392 m2
  • Artist Studio, 660 m2
  • Assembly – Art Centre, 1,320 m2
  • Commercial Athletic and Recreation, 938 m2
  • Child Care, 325 m2
  • Common Amenity Space (indoor) for Apartment
    and Townhouse, including Market Rental, 418 m2
  • Hotel, 3,842 m2
  • Light Industrial, 4,045 m2
  • Office, 4,931 m2
  • Personal Service – Medical Clinic, 4,219 m2
  • Seniors Residential, 6,966 m2
  • Seniors Common Amenity Space (indoor), 1,365 m2
  • All Other Uses Combined, 6,439 m2
  • Total – Maximum, 67,500 m2

Current status: following the Public Hearing and Third Reading in summer 2019 this application paused. It became active again in summer 2021, and on July 26, 2022 City Council approved a one-year extension request from the applicant so that they can continue working with City staff to complete outstanding requirements. Next steps include a Development Agreement and Development Permit before Council will consider adoption of the OCP and the Zoning Bylaw amendment bylaws.

Page last updated: 10 Aug 2022, 01:26 PM