District of Squamish council will decide on issuing a development permit for a light industrial building on 39319 Queens Way.
The site, located across from the Airhouse, is currently fenced and is was used as laydown space for other light industrial users and for parking.
The council recently approved development permit for a property to the north for two new industrial buildings.
The application for this project named Seven Skies seeks to construct a light industrial building with a total gross floor area of 19,399 square feet.
Eight units are expected to be created, although this number could be higher or lower.
The applicant is also proposing more parking than is required. The project requires 27 parking stalls, but the applicant is proposing 31 parking stalls.
The proposed development also exceeds the bicycle parking requirements by providing an enclosed bicycle parking stall within each individual unit.
A small amenity area is proposed along the front, consisting of seating and basalt boulders sourced locally.
The property, however, is encumbered by three Statutory Rights of Way (SROW) that accommodate a district water utility, a storm water utility, and a Fortis gas utility.
The district will be revising the current right of way for the water utility to the satisfaction of its staff.
To meet the flood construction level, additional fill is also required as well as retaining along the western property line, according to a staff report to the council.