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Modern living, traditional style Phase 2 Lot Information Package Lots 1 to 7, Block 102 Lots 11 to 15, Block 102 Lot 30 , Block 103 Lots 32 to 62, Blo...
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Modern living, traditional style Phase 2 Lot Information Package Lots 1 to 7, Block 102 Lots 11 to 15, Block 102 Lot 30 , Block 103 Lots 32 to 62, Block 103 Lots 1 to 14, Block 104 Lots 1 to 14, Block 105 Lots 1 to 37, Block 106 Lots 1 to 7, Block 107 Lots 1 to 15, Block 108 Lots 1 to 18, Block 109 Lots 2 to 20, Block 111 Lots 1 to 11, Block 112 33rd Street West, Bentley Court, Bentley Lane, Bentley Manor, Bentley Way, Kensington Road, ourt Steeves Avenue and Stromberg Crescent

Phase 2 – Lot Information Package TABLE OF CONTENTS Terms of Sale ................................................................................................................................................ 1 Architectural Controls (BRCs) ...................................................................................................................... 2 Architectural Controls by Lot Type .............................................................................................................. 3 Standard Lot – Attached Garage........................................................................................................... 3 Standard Lot – Attached Garage – No Roof Pitch Requirement .........................................................4 Large Lot – Attached Garage................................................................................................................. 4 Narrow Lot – Rear Lane Access – No Roof Pitch Requirement ............................................................. 5 Narrow Lot on Collector Road – Rear Lane Access ............................................................................... 6 Exterior Material Requirements – Front Building Facade .......................................................................... 7 Highly Visible Lots – Side Building Facade................................................................................................... 7 Attached Garage Placement ....................................................................................................................... 11 Corner Garage Placement ........................................................................................................................... 11 Kensington General Information ................................................................................................................ 11 33rd Street Extension............................................................................................................................ 11 Zoning .................................................................................................................................................. 11 Residential Care Homes – Type II, Pre-Schools and Discretionary Child Care Centres......................... 12 Lot Grading .................................................................................................................................................. 12 Lot Grade Details ................................................................................................................................. 12 Grading Between Lots.......................................................................................................................... 13 Lot Grading Do’s & Don’ts ................................................................................................................... 13 Construction Notes...................................................................................................................................... 14 Starting Construction ........................................................................................................................... 14 Landscaping of City Boulevards ........................................................................................................... 14 Boulevard Tree Planting....................................................................................................................... 15 Sidewalk Irrigation Sleeve – Kensington Boulevard ............................................................................. 15 Earth Disposal ...................................................................................................................................... 16 Disclosure of Adjacent Property Owners............................................................................................. 17 Construction Waste ............................................................................................................................. 17 Temporary Water Circulation Boxes ................................................................................................... 17 Kensington Environmental Incentives ........................................................................................................ 17 Foundation Drainage................................................................................................................................... 18 Fencing......................................................................................................................................................... 19 Underground Electrical Service Requirements .......................................................................................... 22 SaskEnergy Information .............................................................................................................................. 22 Other Information

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LIST OF ATTACHMENTS Attachment 1 – Kensington House Plan Approval Form ..........................................................................10

LIST OF FIGURES Figure 1 – Exterior Building Materials ....................................................................................................... 9 Figure 2 – Corner Garage Placement ....................................................................................................... 11 Figure 3 – Separate Sidewalk Irrigation Sleeve.........................................................................................15 Figure 4 – Clean Basement Fill Site Location ............................................................................................ 16 Figure 5 – Example of Decorative Aluminum Fencing ............................................................................... 20 Figure 6 – Example of Decorative Concrete Fencing................................................................................. 21 Figure 7 – Typical Lane Servicing Diagram................................................................................................ 25 Figure 8 – Lot Grade Type Drawings......................................................................................................... 26 Figure 9 – Lot Grade Maps – Phase 1........................................................................................................ 27 Figure 10 – Lot Grade Maps – Phase 2...................................................................................................... 28 Figure 11 – Design Contour Map – Phase 1.............................................................................................. 48 Figure 12 – Design Contour Map – Phase 2.............................................................................................. 49 Figure 13 – Cut/Fill Map – Phase 1 ......................................................................................................... 50 Figure 14 – Cut/Fill Map – Phase 2 ......................................................................................................... 51 Figure 15 – Registered Survey Plan – Phase 1......................................................................................... 52 Figure 16 – Registered Survey Plan – Phase 2A....................................................................................... 53 Figure 17 – Plan of Proposed Subdivision – Phase 2B.............................................................................. 54 Figure 18 – Registered Feature Utility Plan – Phase 1............................................................................. 55 Figure 19 – Feature Utility Plan – Phase 2A.............................................................................................. 56 Figure 20 – Feature Utility Plan – Phase 2B.............................................................................................. 57 Figure 21 – Lot Information Map .................................................................................. ........................... 58 Figure 22 – Zoning and Address Map........................................................................................................ 59 Figure 23 – Neighbourhood Concept Plan ................................................................................................ 60 Information included in this Lot Information Package has been compiled from several sources. For clarification on matters regarding utility connections, please contact the appropriate utility agency.

KENSINGTON Environmental Incentives Saskatoon Land is offering the following incentives to home builders and individuals to promote environmentally sustainable building and household practices:

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To promote more energy efficient homes, a $500 administrative cost rebate will be offered to home builders and individuals for homes that are certified through the ENERGY STAR® Qualified program, the Energuide for New Homes 80 (EGNH80) program or the LEED Canada for homes program.

To promote sustainable organic waste practices one composter will be offered per lot.

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To promote reduced potable water use, one rainwater collection barrel will be offered per lot.

To promote and showcase more energy efficient homes, the Show Home Policy for home building contractors has been modified to include only those homes that are certified through the ENERGY STAR Qualified program, the Energuide for new Home 80 (EGNH80) program or the LEED Canada for Homes program. At the time that the lot is paid in full and the Title is transferred, individuals may pick up the coupons allotted to their lot at the Saskatoon Land office. Eligible Contractors who purchased lots will identify to Saskatoon Land the name of the new home owner who will then be authorized to pick up the coupons allotted to their specific lot. Images shown are for example only. Actual merchandise may differ from image above.

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(33 Street West, Bentley Court, Bentley Lane, Bentley Way, Bentley Manor, Kensington Road, Steeves Avenue and Stromberg Court)

Terms of Sale The City of Saskatoon sells residential lots to: individuals who have not purchased a lot from the City of Saskatoon within the last three years and who are purchasing a lot for construction of their own personal residence; and home builders who are currently on the Eligible Contractor list.

a) Down payment At the time of lot selection, an Agreement of Sale will be entered into with a minimum down payment required of 13 percent of the total price of the lot plus GST on the price of the lot (less the $3,000 deposit during lot draw process).

b) Interest The interest rate will be set as the prime rate of interest on the date of the Agreement for Sale. Interest will be charged on the unpaid balance starting on the possession date, whether immediate or delayed. If an extension to the eight month term is required and granted, the interest rate would be five percent above the rate established in the Agreement for Sale.

c) Possession of Land Please note that all of the lots will be sold with a delayed possession date with the exception of the thirteen lots held back from Phase 1. The lots available for immediate possession are as follows: Lots 1 to 7, Block 102, Plan 102108451 Lots 11 to 15, Block 102, Plan 102108451 Lot 30, Block 103, Plan 102108451 Based on the information available at this time, the projected date for the completion of servicing for the remaining lots in Phase 2 is July 2014. Please be advised that the projected completion date noted above is weather dependent and subject to change. Saskatoon Land will provide lot purchasers three week’s notice of servicing completion and subsequent possession. Building Permit plan review may take place before possession; however, no permits will be

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issued until possession is granted by Saskatoon Land. Interest charges, property taxes and the eight month period to pay off the lot will not begin until the possession date.

d) Paying the Balance The full balance (principal plus interest) is due within eight months time from the latter of the Agreement for Sale date or the possession date. The balance may be paid early with interest charged up to and including the payout date.

e) Build Time Requirement All lots purchased have a three-year requirement to complete construction. Construction may begin once possession of the lot is granted, utility servicing is complete, and the roadways are completed to a gravel base. The three year build requirement will commence from the date of possession. Construction includes final building inspection and completion of all deficiencies within this three year time frame; if not met, no forgiveness of the mortgage will be granted. Contractors not meeting this requirement may be removed from the Eligible Contractors List.

f) Residency Requirement for Individuals who Purchase a Lot Individuals who purchase a lot must reside on the premises for a period of four years. The fouryear period begins the same day title is transferred into the purchaser(s) name. The original purchaser(s) name must remain on title to maintain the four-year requirement.

g) Forgivable Mortgage A Forgivable Mortgage of $50,000, will be held to enforce the build-time and residency requirements held by the City of Saskatoon and will be registered against each lot sold to an Individual. Should the dwelling be completed within the required three years from the date of possession, the mortgage will be forgiven on a monthly basis over the final three years of the four-year residency period starting from the day Title is transferred into the individual purchaser(s) name. No forgiveness will be granted if the dwelling is not completed within three years from the date of possession.

Creating a Vision through Architectural Guidelines (Building Restriction Caveats) Kensington was designed to be a well connected, attractive, walkable neighbourhood surrounded by amenities that provide convenient access to schools, services, shopping and recreation. It’s the little details such as full front porches, building materials, decorative street lighting and neighbourhood signage that create a warm and inviting environment. The architectural guidelines selected by Saskatoon Land are an integral component in creating a comprehensive neighbourhood vision that serves to strengthen neighbourhood streetscapes and foster diversity amongst housing choices while still creating a neighbourhood wide unifying theme. Features,

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such as full front porches, reduced setbacks, and exterior façade requirements, are in place to enhance the streetscape, and to create a warm and friendly pedestrian environment.

Architectural Controls – by Lot Type It is very important to build homes that are appropriate for the size and grade of the lot. There are a variety of lot types in Kensington, which will need to be designed for accordingly. Each of the lot types has their own architectural and development controls which are registered on each individual land title. Within each category, there are also a number of subcategories with varied requirements depending upon different siting attributes. The lot type categories and subcategories are as follows:

1) Standard Lot – Attached Garage These lots are generally less than 14 metres (46 ft) in width and require a smaller minimum house size and single-wide attached garage. The architectural controls for these lots are as follows: a) No dwelling shall be constructed on any of the lots which has an above-grade floor area (excluding attached decks, patios and garages) less than: i. 1,000 square feet in the case of a bungalow or bi-level; ii. 1,200 square feet in the case of a two-storey dwelling b) All dwellings must be constructed with a minimum single-wide attached garage. The garage must be constructed at the same time as the dwelling is built. Minimum inside dimensions shall be 3.5 metres wide and 6.0 metres long; c) The roof pitch of the principle dwelling shall have a minimum 6-in-12 pitch; d) On the front building façade, a minimum of two exterior building materials are required, with each building material being no less than 100 square feet in area; and,

The “Standard Lot – Attached Garage” controls apply to the following lots: Lots 1 to 7, Block 102, Plan No. 102108451 Lots 11 to 15, Block 102, Plan No. 102108451 *Please refer to Section 7 for additional requirements for corner lots and other highly visible lots.

e) On the front building façade, all trim materials shall provide contrast to the colour of the two exterior building materials being used.

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2) Standard Lot – Attached Garage – No Roof Pitch Requirement These lots are generally less than 14 metres (46 ft) in width and require a smaller minimum house size and single-wide attached garage. These lots have no roof slope requirement. The architectural controls for these lots are as follows: a) No dwelling shall be constructed on any of the lots which has an above-grade floor area (excluding attached decks, patios and garages) less than: j. 1,000 square feet in the case of a bungalow or bi-level; ii. 1,200 square feet in the case of a two-storey dwelling b) All dwellings must be constructed with a minimum single-wide attached garage. The garage must be constructed at the same time as the dwelling is built. Minimum inside dimensions shall be 3.5 metres wide and 6.0 metres long; c) Garages shall not protrude more than 2.4 metres (8 feet) from any façade of any habitable floor area of the dwelling. d) On the front building façade, a minimum of two exterior building materials are required, with each building material being no less than 100 square feet in area; and,

The “Standard Lot – Attached Garage – No Roof Requirement” controls apply to the following lots: Lots 31 to 62, Block 103, Plan No. 102141032 Lots 14 to 20, Block 106, Plan No. to be registered Lots 19 to 26, Block 109, Plan No. to be registered *Please refer to Section 7 for additional requirements for corner lots and other highly visible lots.

e) On the front building façade, all trim materials shall provide contrast to the colour of the two exterior building materials being used.

3) Large Lot – Attached Garage These lots are generally more than 14 metres (46 ft) in width and require a larger minimum house size and double-wide attached garage. The architectural controls for these lots are as follows: a) No dwelling shall be constructed on any of the lots which has an above-grade floor area (excluding attached decks, patios and garages) less than: i. 1,200 square feet in the case of a bungalow, bi-level or split-level dwelling; ii. 1,500 square feet in the case of a two-storey dwelling; 4

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b) All dwellings must be constructed with a minimum double-wide attached garage. The garage must be constructed at the same time as the dwelling is built. Minimum inside dimensions shall be 5.4 metres wide and 6.0 metres long; c) The roof of the principal dwelling shall have a minimum 6-in-12 pitch;

The “Large Lot – Attached Garage” controls apply to the following lots: Lots 1 to 13, Block 106, Plan No. to be registered Lots 1 to 7, Block 107, Plan No. to be registered Lots 1 to 15, Block 108, Plan No. to be registered Lots 1 to 18, Block 109, Plan No. to be registered Lots 1 to 20, Block 111, Plan No. 102141032 Lots 1 to 11, Block 112, Plan No. 102141032 *Please refer to Section 7 for additional requirements for corner lots and other highly visible lots.

d) On the front building façade, a minimum of two exterior building materials are required, with each building material being no less than 100 square feet in area; and,

e) On the front building façade, all trim materials shall provide contrast to the colour of the two exterior building materials being used.

4) Narrow Lot – Rear Lane Access – No Roof Pitch Requirement These lots have rear lane access and are generally less than 10.4 metres (34 ft) in width. They require a smaller minimum house size and the construction of full front porches and concrete garage pads. These lots have no roof pitch requirement. The architectural controls for these lots are as follows: a) No dwelling shall be constructed on any of the lots which has an above-grade floor area (excluding attached decks, patios and garages) less than: i. 1,000 square feet in the case of a bungalow, or bi-level; ii. 1,200 square feet in the case of a two-storey dwelling; b) All dwelling units shall be bungalows, raised bungalows, bi-levels, or two-storeys. dwellings are not permitted;

Split-level

c) All dwellings must be constructed with a concrete garage pad with access from the rear lane only. The concrete garage pad must be constructed at the same time as the dwelling is built with a minimum dimension of 6 metres wide and 6 metres long. The concrete pad shall be located at a

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minimum of 1.2 metres from the rear property line, and include a paved apron that connects it to the property line; d) All dwellings shall be constructed with covered front verandas. The minimum width of the front veranda for bungalows and bi-levels shall be half the width of the house façade. Two storey dwellings shall have front verandas across the entire width of the house façade. Verandas shall be partially enclosed with railings and spindles or other type of partial enclosure;

The “Narrow Lot – Rear Lane Access – No Roof Pitch Requirement” controls apply to the following lots: Lots 1 to 14, Block 104, Plan No. 102141032 Lots 1 to 14, Block 105, Plan No. 102141032 *Please refer to Section 7 for additional requirements for corner lots and other highly visible lots.

e) On the front building façade, a minimum of two exterior building materials are required, with each material being no less than 100 square feet in area; and f)

On the front building façade, all trim materials shall provide contrast to the colour of the two exterior building materials being used.

5) Narrow Lot on a Collector Road – Rear Lane Access These lots have rear lane access and are generally less than 10.4 metres (34 ft) in width. They require a smaller minimum house size, the construction of full front porches, concrete garage pads and are setback further from the street. The architectural controls for these lots are as follows: a) No dwelling shall be constructed on any of the lots which has an above-grade floor area (excluding attached decks, patios and garages) less than: i. 1,000 square feet in the case of a bungalow, or bi-level; ii. 1,200 square feet in the case of a two-storey dwelling; b) All dwellings units shall be bungalows, raised bungalows, bi-levels, or two-storeys. Split-level dwellings are not permitted; c) All dwellings must be constructed with a concrete garage pad with access from the rear lane only. The concrete garage pad must be constructed at the same time as the dwelling is built with a minimum dimension of 6 metres wide and 6 metres long. The concrete pad shall be located at a minimum of 1.2 metres from the rear property line, and include a paved apron that connects it to the property line;

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d) All dwellings shall be constructed with covered front verandas. The minimum width of the front veranda for bungalows and bi-levels shall be half the width of the house façade. Two storey dwellings shall have front verandas across the entire width of the house façade. Verandas shall be partially enclosed with railings and spindles or other type of partial enclosure; e) The roof of the principle dwelling shall have a minimum 6-in-12 pitch; f)

The minimum front yard setback shall be 5 metres;

g) On the front building façade, a minimum of two exterior building materials are required, with each material being no less than 100 square feet in area; and h) On the front building façade, all trim materials shall provide contrast to the colour of the two exterior building materials being used.

The “Narrow Lot on a Collector Road – Rear Lane Access” controls apply to the following lots: Lots 21 to 37, Block 106, Plan No. to be registered Lot 30, Block 103, Plan No. 102108451 *Please refer to Section 7 for additional requirements for corner lots and other highly visible lots.

6) Exterior Material Requirements – Front Building Facade In accordance with the material requirement clause noted throughout sections 1 to 5, a minimum of two different exterior siding materials are required, with each material being no less than 100 square feet in area. Trim features may not be counted as material. In order to be included towards the 100 square foot requirement, the material must be visible from the front street. Material wrapped around a column or architectural feature, facing a side or rear yard, will not count towards the 100 square foot total. The two materials being used must be distinctly different and discernible from each other. For example, the use of wide board vinyl siding and narrow board vinyl siding would not be permitted. Illustrations of the material requirement are shown in Figure 1.

7) Highly Visible Lots – Side Building Facade In order to improve the pedestrian streetscape and break up the monotony of a featureless side building wall, all corner lots and lots that are highly visible from a public area have the following building restriction caveats (BRCs) registered on title: On the side building wall, closest to the flanking street or park space, a secondary building material is required, being no less than 40 square feet in area; and.

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On the side building wall, closest to the flanking street or park space, window and/or door placement shall be provided at no less than five percent of the area of the side building wall.

In addition to the controls noted in Sections 1 to 5, the side building facade requirements also apply to the following lots: Lots 1 & 15, Block 102, Plan No. 102108451 Lot 30, Block 103, Plan No. 102108451 Lots 31 & 62, Block 103, Plan No. 102141032 Lots 1, 7, 8 & 14, Block 104, Plan No. 102141032 Lots 1, 7, 8 & 14, Block 105, Plan No. 102141032 Lots 1,13,14,21 & 37, Block 106, Plan No. to be registered Lots 1 & 7, Block 107, Plan No. to be registered Lots 1, 8, 9 & 15, Block 108, Plan No. to be registered Lots 1, 18 & 19, Block 109, Plan No. to be registered Lot 1, Block 111, Plan No. 102141032 Lot 1, Block 112, Plan No. 102141032

In order to verify compliance with the BRCs, the House Plan Approval Form (which has been included in this lot information as Attachment 1) must be completed and submitted to Building Standards when applying for a Building Permit. Failure to submit a completed House Plan Approval Form may result in delays to the issuance of a Building Permit. Illustrations of front and side building facade requirements are shown in Figure 1.

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8) Attached Garage Placement In addition to the architectural controls noted above, for lots that require construction of an attached garage, a separate interest will be registered against the title of each single-family lot indicating which side of the lot the garage must be placed against. The intent of this control is to pair garages together along a common property line in order to provide a better streetscape appearance and improved sightlines. The garage side placements are shown in the Lot Information Package.

9) Corner Garage Placement Requirements All corner lots that require an attached garage have the following caveat registered on title: The garage must be located on the side of the property that is furthest from the intersection. Figure 2 demonstrates the permitted options (A & C) for the placement of an attached garage on a corner lot. Figure 2 – Corner Lot Permitted Attached Garage Placements

Type A

Type B

Type C

10) Kensington General Information 33rd Street Extension The realignment and construction of 33rd Street has been completed up to the 33rd Street/Kensington Road intersection. The completion of the 33rd Street extension, up to Dalmeny Road, is anticipated to be complete by June 2014, weather dependant.

Zoning A zoning map for Kensington has been included. If you require more information on zoning, please visit (www.saskatoon.ca) and search under “Z” for zoning, or contact Planning and Development at (306) 975 - 2645.

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Residential Care Homes – Type II, Pre-Schools and Discretionary Child Care Centres Sites within the Kensington neighbourhood have been pre-designated for development as Residential Care Homes – Type II, Pre-Schools, and Child Care Centres. A Residential Care Home – Type II is a care home in which the number of residents under care is more than five, and no more than fifteen. A Discretionary Child Care Centre is a child care facility having more than eight resident and non-resident children. A Pre-School is a facility which provides a part-time program for pre-school aged children. The locations of sites for these uses have been spread throughout the neighbourhood and among various phases of development. In general, these locations are adjacent to collector streets on corner lots in order to provide access to transit service and to mitigate and potential parking conflicts. Pre-designated lots will be offered for sale separately by tender as potential Residential Care Homes – Type II, Pre-Schools and Child Care Centres. If any of these lots do not sell within one year from the date of the original tender, the lots will be removed from the pre-designated list and will be sold on a first-come, first-served basis for one of the permitted uses within the R1A zoning district. Residential Care Home lots in Phase 2 are located at 203 Bentley Court and 202 Stromberg Crescent.

11) Lot Grading Lot grading is the sloping of the lot in order to provide good drainage away from building in such a way that surface runoff from rainstorms or snowmelt is directed toward storm sewers. Runoff is controlled through the use of side and back of lot swales to eliminate or minimize the impact on adjacent properties and to ensure proper overland drainage. Complete development of all lots in an area may occur over a number of years and, unfortunately, some homeowners landscape their lot without proper consideration for the predesigned overland drainage pattern of the area. Early development does not preclude a homeowner’s responsibility to maintain this drainage pattern. If the homeowner obstructs drainage in any way, thereby creating a flooding problem for neighbours upstream, that homeowner must correct the situation at their own expense. Similarly, a lot should not be landscaped below design grades otherwise flooding may occur. Lot Grade Details The following information has been prepared to assist the homeowner, builder and contractor in the setting the house elevations and final lot grades. Lot grade details are shown on the following sets of drawings in this package: a) Lot grade drawings – show the final design elevations at property corners and at other points that are deemed critical elevation points. It is important that builders and homeowners match these grades with final landscaping elevations. Identification of these elevations is required for building plan approval. 12

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b) Lot grading types A, D, A-D, D-A, C, C-D and D-C, including a three-dimensional view and side view of the grading type; and c) A drawing showing a cross section of a typical side yard fence and side yard grading that will not impede side yard drainage. During the initial stages of subdivision development, all streets, easements, lanes, and walkways are pre-graded to design elevations set to accommodate drainage throughout the area. In the case of the utility easements, the grade is constructed approximately 100mm (4”) below the final design grade, which allows the homeowner to add topsoil without creating drainage problems for neighbouring yards. Once house construction is complete lot grading is a two-step procedure. The first step is the rough grade stage, which includes backfilling the foundation walls and shaping the lot to conform to the pregrade drainage plan. When rough grading is complete the lot should be within 7 to 20cm below the final design grade to allow for the addition of topsoil. Once the lot is at the final design grade, sod, decorative rock, wood chips, or other surface treatments can be installed. It is strongly recommended that lot owners consult a legal surveyor or other qualified professional to set the final grade elevations before landscaping is started. Grading Between Lots A sloped surface is required to effectively drain water away from the foundation walls, including under steps and decks in order to reduce the risk of water entering the basement during rainfalls or snowmelt. Drainage swales are shallow sloped channels intended to move surface runoff away from lots toward the storm sewers. Drainage swales are located on common property lines and graded in accordance with the drainage plan for the affected lots as shown on the lot type drawings included in this package. If decorative rock or wood chips are to be used in the swale the grade below this treatment must be at the final grade elevation to facilitate proper runoff to the storm sewer. Lot Grading Do’s and Don’ts Do’s: 1. Do require construction plans to include finished grade elevations around the house foundation and along property lines. Do not leave your house and site grading to chance. Building Standards requires the submission of the lot corner elevations on the site plan submitted for building permit approval. It is strongly recommended that the plans also include finished elevations along the foundation and garage grade beam, garage slab, foundation windows, side property lines, edge of driveways and sidewalks (particularly along the side of the house), and the top and bottom of any retaining feature.

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2. Do use a level to set the finished grades along the property line, particularly before installing sidewalks and fencing. 3. Do discuss with adjacent property owner’s final drainage grades along the property line. Proper lot drainage requires cooperation of adjacent homeowners. 4. Do undertake a final site inspection of easements, side yard and sidewalks with each sub-trade prior to releasing final payment. 5. Please disregard any grade information displayed on electrical pedestals and transformer boxes. Don’ts: 1. Don’t excavate into the easement or berm. neighbourhood.

These contain critical utilities vital to the

2. Don’t fill the rear easement, as this will block the intended drainage. 3. Don’t build raised flowerbeds against the fence/property lines without making provisions for drainage (see attached plans). 4. Don’t try to build HIGHER than both adjacent neighbours. This leads to expensive provisions for retaining walls, and frequent flooding of neighbouring properties. For more information, please contact Gerald Prefontaine, Drainage Inspector, Transportation and Utilities at 306-975-2320.

12) Construction Notes Starting Construction Possession of the site is granted for construction purposes when the down payment has been received and the Agreement for Sale is finalized. In order to assist the utility companies, please post your civic address at the front of the property when construction begins. Landscaping of City Boulevards It is the homeowner’s responsibility to landscape and maintain the boulevard along both the front of their property and along the side of corner lots. Boulevards are defined as the landscaping space between the edge of the roadway and the property lines. Where the sidewalk is attached to the curb, the boulevard is the space between the edge of the sidewalk and the property line. Where the sidewalk is not attached to the curb, the boulevard also includes the space between the curb and the sidewalk. These areas are to be landscaped and maintained by the homeowner at their expense.

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Boulevard Tree Planting The Community Tree Planting Program was established in 1991 through the use of pre-paid levies from the sale of lots. This program plants 30mm (1.2”) caliper trees on boulevards in recently developed neighbourhoods. Streets are selected for this Program based on a review of newly developed areas. We consider the number of lots that are developed and are up to a grade. This review is completed the season prior to planting. The Plant by Request Program is also available to residents to request to have a tree planted in an available planting site on the boulevard. This program plants 30mm (1.2”) caliper trees. For the Plant by Request Program, please contact Urban Forestry, Community Services at 306-975-2890. Sidewalk Irrigation Sleeve – Kensington Boulevard If you wish to extend your irrigation system into the space between the curb and the sidewalk along Kensington Boulevard, a plastic sleeve (75 mm RPVC pipe) has been installed underground crossing the sidewalk for your use. You can install your irrigation system through this sleeve in order to access the boulevard on the other side of the sidewalk. A small “V” has been stamped into the edge of the sidewalk indicating the location of the sleeve. You will find the empty pipe approximately 340 mm beneath the sidewalk. Figure 3 – Separate Sidewalk Irrigation Sleeve

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Earth Disposal Contractors and individuals will be responsible for disposing of their own excess earth material. The clean/fill site is located northwest of the 33rd Street West/Kensington Boulevard intersection. Access to the fill site will be available in June 2014 dependant on weather conditions. If arrangements are made with another landowner to dispose of the material anywhere within the city limits, they are to contact Central Dispatch at 306-975-2491 and they will maintain a log of locations. If disposing of material outside the city limits within the RM of Corman Park, the RM must be notified of those arrangements. Please ensure basement excavations and all other construction waste materials are not deposited on adjacent properties or any other properties in this area without prior arrangements being made. The fill site location is shown on the following map: Figure 4 – Clean Basement Fill Site Location

Regular inspections of the area will be done and any individual or company found illegally disposing of materials on properties without the owner’s permission shall be liable of fines up to $25,000 as outlined in City of Saskatoon Waste Bylaw No. 8310 and the Anti-Dumping Bylaw No. 5713.

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Disclosure of Adjacent Property Owners Please note in order to facilitate discussions between property owners respecting lot grading, fencing issues and property maintenance issues, Saskatoon Land will, upon request, disclose the names of purchasers to adjacent property owners. Construction Waste As per City of Saskatoon Bylaw No. 8310, The Waste Bylaw 2004, any owner or contractor carrying out the construction of a building on any property shall place all waste into a waste container or enclosure. The owner or contractor shall dispose of all waste resulting from the construction in a timely manner so as to ensure there is no unreasonable accumulation of waste on the property during the construction. It is highly recommended that a waste disposal bin remain on each building site for the duration of construction in order to ensure that the waste is not dispersed on or around the property or surrounding properties during construction. Upon completion of the construction it is the owner or the contractor’s responsibility to clear the site of all waste. If the waste is not removed the City may remove the waste and the costs of doing so will be charged to the property owner or contractor. Temporary Water Circulation Boxes To ensure water quality is maintained through the initial stages of development in this phase; temporary water circulation boxes are installed. The locations of these temporary water circulation boxes are identified on the attached map. These temporary water circulation boxes are removed during the installation of the water and sewer connection to the house. For more information, please contact the Municipal Engineering Branch at 306-975-2454.

13) Kensington Environmental Incentives Saskatoon Land is offering the following environmental incentives to home builders and individuals to promote environmentally sustainable building and household practices: To promote more energy efficient homes, a $500 administrative cost rebate will be offered to home builders and individuals for homes that are certified through the ENERGY STAR® Qualified program, the Energuide for New Homes 80 (EGNH80) program or the LEED Canada for homes program. To promote reduced potable water use, one rainwater collection barrel will be offered per lot. To promote sustainable organic waste practices, once composter will be offered per lot.

At the time that the lot is paid in full and the Title is transferred, individuals may pick up the coupons allotted to their lot at the Saskatoon Land office. Eligible Contractors who purchased lots will identify to Saskatoon Land the name of the new home owner who will then be authorized to pick up the coupons allotted to their specific lot.

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14) Foundation Drainage a) Foundation Drainage (Weeping Tile) Requirements i. The bottom of every exterior foundation wall shall be drained as per the National Building Code. ii.

Connection of foundation drains of all buildings to the sanitary sewer collection system will not be permitted.

b) Discharge of Foundation Drainage Water i. All buildings are required to drain foundation water into a sump, which in turn discharges the water to the surface or to a storm sewer. c) Surface Discharge i. Sump pumps discharging to surface may not discharge directly onto a pervious ground surface within one metre of any building that has a basement or a level below the finished ground surface. ii.

The location of the point of discharge shall be directed away from adjacent properties.

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If the lot drains from the front and to the back (Type D), surface discharge may be either the front or back yard. If the lot drains from the back to the front (Type A), surface discharge must be to front yard.

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The discharge may not be into the area of the required side yard setback unless the side yard is adjacent to a street, park or buffer strip.

d) Discharge to Storm Sewer i. Sumps discharging to storm sewers shall be pumped to the main by a pressure service connection as per detailed drawings Sump with Pumped Discharge to Storm Sewer, Detail Drawing 102-0025-002-r004. e) Sump Design Criteria – Sump Pit Details i. As per National Building Code 9.14.5.2, sump pits are to be a minimum of 750mm deep and 0.25 square metres in area. ii.

Sump pit is to be fitted with a tight fitting removable cover.

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Sump pit will be constructed of concrete, plastic, or non-corrosive metal.

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f)

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Sump pit is to be fitted with an opening to accept a 100mm drain with the invert of the pipe located above centre of the sump pit height.

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Sump pit is to be placed on an even, well compacted surface.

Foundation Drainage (Weeping Tile) to Sump Pit i. A weeping tile collection system shall be provided around the building perimeter and tied to a sump pit using a positively graded, non-perforated, 100mm pipe which discharges into the side of the pit. ii.

Provision shall be made to ensure soil gas is prevented from entering the dwelling unit through the weeping tile and through the sump pit.

g) Sump Pump i. Provide a sump pump (column of submersible type) capable of pumping 50 L/m at three metres of head. ii.

The pump shall be fitted with an automatic on/off level control.

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The pump discharge must have a minimum pipe diameter of 32 mm. The pipe must be adequately secured.

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Sump pumps connected directly to a storm sewer must be equipped with a spring check valve and a shut-off valve located downstream of the check valve, so that the connection to the main can be isolated from maintenance.

15) Fencing Decorative Aluminum Fence: A decorative aluminum fence will be located in the side yard of: Lots 1 and 7, Block 107, Plan No. to be registered Lot 1, Block 109, Plan No. to be registered A decorative aluminum fence will be located in the rear yard of: Lots 1 – 7, Block 107, Plan No. to be registered Lots 1 – 4, Block 109, Plan No. to be registered These lots are adjacent to a park space. The purchaser will be responsible for all future maintenance of the fence. The location of the fence should be taken into consideration when siting your house on the 19

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lot, and specifically with a side yard fence, when planning your basement excavation. Pay special attention that your basement excavation and other construction activities do not disturb the structural pilings or other components of the fence. Figure 5 – Example of Decorative Aluminum Fence

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Final design specifications have not been finalized. The above figure is shown for example purposes only and is subject to change.

Chain Link Fence: A black chain link fence (6 feet high) will be constructed on the Municipal Buffer along 33rd Street West directly behind the following lots: Lots 8 – 20, Block 111, Plan No. 102141032 Purchasers will be allowed to connect their side yard fences to the chain link fence. Pedestrian and vehicle access to the buffer from lots is not permitted.

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Decorative Masonry Neighbourhood Entry Fencing: A decorative concrete fence will be located in the side yard of: Lot 30, Block 103, Plan No. 102108451 A decorative concrete fence will be located in the rear yard of: Lots 1 – 7, Block 102, Plan No. 102108451 Lots 11 – 15, Block 102, Plan No. 102108451 Lots 31-37, Block 103, Plan No. 102141032 Lots 1 – 7, Block 111, Plan No. 102141032 The purchaser will be responsible for all future maintenance of the fence. The location of the fence should be taken into consideration when siting your house on the lot while planning your basement excavation. Pay special attention that your basement excavation and other construction activities do not disturb the structural pilings, the pile cap, or other components of the fence. Figure 6 – Example of Decorative Concrete Neighbourhood Entry Fencing

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Final design specifications have not been finalized. The above figure is shown for example purposes only and is subject to change.

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16) Underground Electrical Service Requirements for New Residences a) The minimum size of meter socket shall be 455mm x 300mm x 125mm for all single phase residential services up to an including 200 amp. The meter socket shall have ½ inch stud line side and neutral terminals arranged to permit straight in conductor connections and suitable for securing compression lugs rated for #6 to 4/0. A single meter socket with dual lugs on the load side will be allowed in certain circumstances. Total load on the socket must not exceed that allowed by the Canadian Electrical Code. The meter socket is to be mounted on an adequately secured fixed wood backing at least the same size as the socket. The use of a 400 amp self-contained meter socket is NOT allowed. b) The electrical meter stack shall be located on the house within one metre of the corner closest to the service pedestal. c) If the homeowner wants the electrical meter mounted on the side of the house, he/she must provide a minimum 2 meters between the house and the property line for construction access. If the electrical meter is mounted on the side of the house, the gas metre shall not be mounted on the same side of the house, and shall be at least 1.0 metre away from the electrical meter and servicing cable. d) If the homeowner wants the electrical meter and gas meter mounted on the same side of the house, he/she must provide a minimum 3 metres between the house and the property line for construction access. There shall be at least 1.0 metre separation between the gas meter and the electrical meter and lines. e) If there are any questions as to which distribution pedestal will service the lot, please contact Saskatoon Light and Power. f)

If the homeowner wants the meter to be located in a position other than those outlined above, he/she must contact Saskatoon Light & Power for approval. Additional charges may apply for these special service applications.

17) SaskEnergy a) Applying for Service i. Make the application for your natural gas service when: Property is backfilled; and Framing is started You can make this application by calling SaskEnergy at 306-975-8505. ii.

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the gas service and to hang the bracket. iii.

Construction of your gas service should take place within 2 to 3 weeks during summer construction (allow an extra week during winter construction period). Note: When running a new service, take into consideration any future developments to avoid encroachments to the gas service and having to reroute the service. (E.g. Decks, garages, sheds, pools).

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When your mechanical contractor has completed all the piping for your natural gas appliances, he has to call SaskEnergy to have your natural gas meter installed. The number to call is 306-975-8500.

b) Building a Garage, Fence, or Deck Call SaskEnery at 306-975-8515 at least 2 working days prior to starting construction and we will send someone out to locate your natural gas service at no charge. Remember – if you don’t call and there is damage to the gas service, you will be charged the cost to repair it. c) Natural Gas for Your Home Whether you’re looking for an efficient way to heat your home, a better way to barbecue or something to add fun and warmth to the great outdoors, natural gas is the choice for you. Your options are endless with SaskEnergy Network Financing. Look around your home and you’ll see that there are plenty of reasons to consider the natural gas alternative. Natural gas is convenient, safe, efficient, reliable and a friendly option for the environment. When you think about it...the choice should come naturally. Consider these natural gas options ... home, garage and shop heating, water heater, fireplace, range, clothes dryer, barbecue, yard lights, campfire, pool and patio heaters. Visit a SaskEnergy Network Member and ask to see their selection of natural gas appliances, heating systems and outdoor items. For a list of SaskEnergy Network Members throughout the province, visit www.saskenergy.com or call 1-800-567-8899. d) Convenient Payment Options SaskEnergy offers convenient bill payment options to make payments a breeze. Equalized Payment Plan With SaskEnergy’s Equalized Payment Plan you can average your bills over the year and avoid peak winter heating bills. You pay the same amount each month until your annual settle-up, when a new monthly payment is calculated for the next year. It’s an easy way to budget and take a bite out of winter bills. Call us for full details. Pre-authorized Payment Plan No more monthly cheques to write, no line-ups, no postage and the peace of mind knowing that

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your payment is on time, every time. The full amount of your monthly bill will be debited from your bank account each month automatically. SaskEnergy’s Pre-authorized Payment Plan is available to all SaskEnergy customers and is accepted on any chequing account from recognized financial institutions in the province. e) How to Read Your Bill Your billing is based on the cubic meters of natural gas used during the billing period. Consumption on most natural gas meters is measure in hundreds of cubic feet. This multiplied by a metric factor in order to convert to cubic meters. On the back of your SaskEnergy bill, you’ll find an explanation of all terms used on your bill, including: Basic monthly charge – this covers ongoing costs of service such as meter reading, maintenance and billing. Delivery Charge – this is for storing and delivering natural gas through our pipelines to your home or business. Gas supply cost – this is the cost of gas we buy in the market to supply your home or business. For more information on SaskEnergy, our products and programs, appliance information, or a listing of SaskEnergy Network Members, give us a call at 306-975-8500 or visit our website at www.saskenergy.com.

18) Other Information Lots are sold “As Is”. These terms are contained in the Agreement for Sale. The terms may change without notice. Any questions should be asked to ensure you understand the terms of your purchase. The following will be issued by addendum once available: Individual Lot Grades Possession dates for Blocks 103, 104, 105, 106, 107, 108, 109, 111, and 112.

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Figure 9 - Lot Grades Kensington Phase 1

Figure 10 - Lot Grade Maps - Phase 2

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Figure 11 - Design Contours -Figure Kensington 1 6 - Design Phase Contours

Figure 12 - Design Contours - Kensington Phase 2

Figure 13 – Cut/Fill Map – Kensington Phase 1

Figure 14 – Cut/Fill Map – Kensington Phase 2

Figure 15 - Registered Plan of Survey - Kensington Phase 1

Figure 16 - Registered Plan of Survey - Kensington Phase 2A

Figure 17 - Plan of Proposed Subdivision - Kensington Phase 2B

Figure 18 – Registered Feature Utility Plan – Kensington Phase 1

Figure 19 - Featured Utility Plan - Phase 2A Figure 18 – Feature Utility Plan Phase 2A

Figure 20 - Feature Utility Plan - Kensington Phase 2B

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MR7 0.40 ha 0.99 ac W 2.25 ha 5.56 acres

Possible School Site

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MR8 Core Park 6.68 ha 16.50 acres (Area does not include school sites)

Single Family Detached Multi Unit (Street Townhouse)

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Multi Unit - Med Density Apt. Style 3.92 ha 9.69 acres (Drainage Open Space parcel) Y Z

Mixed Use (Comm/Res/Inst.) Schools

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Stormwater Parcel Municipal Reserve 1.96 ha 4.85 acres (Drainage Open Space Parcel) 0.72 ha 1.78 acres (Pond Surface)

Residential Care Homes Type II, Day Cares & Pre-Schools

Neighbourhood Boundary

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0.60 ha 1.48 acres MR9

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MR11 0.60 ha 1.48 acres

Note: This map is conceptual and may change.

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JJ 1.09 ha 2.69 acres

KK 1.49 ha 3.68 acres

Community Services - Land Branch

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Pedestrian Overpass to Blairmore Suburban Centre

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