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615 Pasqua Street FAQ

What is the current zoning of the property?
The property is located in the Residential R3 zone.

 

What are the permitted uses of the property?
Based on the current Residential zoning, permitted uses include a single detached, semi-detached or duplex dwelling, secondary suite, residential business, supportive living home, community garden or public use.

 

What if I would like to use the property for a different purpose other than residential, would that be allowed?
The City Real Estate Branch is selling the parcel on an “as is” only basis.  There are no representations or warranties, expressed or implied, as to the fitness of the land for any particular purpose.  The City of Regina’s role as administrator or regulator of subdivision applications, zoning regulations, development approvals and building permits is separate and distinct from, and not to be related in any way with its role as the seller of the subject property.

Should you have questions about the zoning or zoning amendments related to this property, contact 306-777-7000 and ask to be transferred to the Current Planning for specific information on the processes and clarification of zoning.

 

What are the costs associated with a rezoning or subdivision of this property?
The list of City’s fees related to the zoning process can be found here or call 306-777-7000 and ask to speak to a representative from Current Planning.

 

When is the possession date for the sale?
The possession date will be negotiated with the successful proponent.

 

How much of a deposit is required prior to the purchase? 
A deposit of 25 per cent of your offer must be included with your offer.  If your offer is not successful, your deposit will be returned.  Dependent on the conditions included in the offer, additional staged non-refundable deposits may be required as conditions are met.

 

Are there any conditions to the sale?
Access to the property is available only via the lane. The property does not meet minimum lot frontage and would be deemed a non-conforming lot. Any development would be required to be set back further on the property. Developer will be responsible for replacing the water service. The sewer main will need to be CCTV during the building permit process to ensure that it meets Development Engineering standards. The developer will be responsible for the installation of a new water and sewer connection. The developer shall enter into a 3-Way Water and Sewer Service Connection Agreement for the installation of the new sewer and/or water services, if required. The developer will be responsible for installing a new sidewalk to delineate the property from the existing road right-of-way. The developer shall enter into a 3-Way Surface Works Agreement for the installation or removal of any concrete and/or asphalt works on City of Regina Rights of way. Please contact Development Services if you have questions in this regard. The successful proponent will be required to execute an agreement prepared by the City Solicitor. Sample agreement for sale

 

Can I submit an offer to purchase for the property on my own form/agreement?
No, the City requires that all offers be submitted on the City provided offer Form 615PS .

 

Are there any incentives for the creation of affordable housing?
Your proposal to purchase should include the intended use of the property, required zoning and any special conditions in making your offer.  Therefore, you should identify if you are seeking a financial incentive to create affordable housing.  For information related to City programs such as the Housing Incentive Program, you are required to investigate the extent of your eligibility of that program by contacting 306-777-7000 and speaking with a representative of the City of Regina Urban Planning Department.  The Real Estate Branch does not administer, evaluate or promote other City programs in relation to the offering of a City property for sale.

 

When is my offer considered accepted?
Until a formal agreement is executed by both the City and the person making the offer, the City does not intend to create any contractual relationship (either expressed or implied) or create any other legal duties or obligations with you or any other person making an offer.  You may revoke your offer at any time prior to its acceptance by giving written notice to the City.