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Proposed New Development
on Okanagan Lake 2008
Fintry South called
68 lakefront lots and 11 hillside lots
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A former MLA and part-owner of a company proposes a 130 hectare lakefront and
hillside development approx. 25 kilometres up Westside Road BC just south of
Fintry Provincial Park.
Waterfront lots are proposed to be 1,200 square meters and hillside or lakeview
lots are proposed at 825 square metres.
The development would be called Rockchild Landing.
38 hectares or 28 percent of the land development would be parkland dedicated
for trail networks and parks, with none of the environmentally sensitive areas
on the property touched.
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link to land at the October 27, 2008 Regional District of Central Okanagan Board
Agenda for all years
When you get there (link above) click on Oct 27, 2008 Board Agenda and
then scroll down to
Item 6.8a Official Community Plan and Zoning Amendment Bylaw 871-170 South
Okanagan Land Developments Incorporated.pdf
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Regional District of Central Okanagan Regional Board Minutes Oct 27,
(from page 11)
6.8 Bylaws: (First Reading) (Unweighted
a) i) Official Community Plan Amendment Bylaw No. 785-15 for South
Okanagan Land Developments Inc. (owner) and Urban Systems Ltd.
(agent) to amend the North Westside Official Community Plan from
Large Holdings to Residential-Low Density and Parks and Recreation
located adjacent to Westside Road. Central Okanagan West Electoral
Area (All Directors)
Staff report dated October 17, 2008 outlined the purpose for the OCP
amendment as well as the rationale for non-support of the bylaw
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click here and read page 11.
|NOTICE OF MEETING
Environmental Advisory Commission
Date: Thursday, November 27, 2008
Time: 6:00 p.m.
Place: Woodhaven Room
a) Z07/26 – Southern Okanagan Land Developments Inc. (Agent – Urban
Located adjacent to Westside Road and Okanagan Lake
Don't get this article confused ... this is another project by the same
developer in another location in West Kelowna on Okanagan Lake.
Marina, winery in the works
by Kelly Hayes & Rachael Kimola - Story: 46465
Apr 21, 2009 / 2:33 pm
It's a project which the developer thinks will bring together all
the best aspects of the Okanagan.
Plans for a destination winery resort and marina were unveiled
Tuesday by the Okanagan Waterfront Development Group.
Developer John Weisbeck, says the project, to be located on a 100
acre parcel of land on Westside Road in West Kelowna, will include a
650 berth marina, a 600 boat stacking system, a working vineyard and
winery and a luxury hotel with spa features and restaurants.
“There are very few locations on Lake Okanagan on which we could do
a project of this size, so when this property that available to us,
we looked at the best possible project that we could put on that
piece of property. The latest study has shown we are thousands of
berths short of boat storage and moorage, so what better thing to do
than to meld all the components together into a project that will be
a wonderful experience for everyone, the public, the tourists. It
will be unforgettable,” says Weisbeck.
He says they are in the process of making their applications and are
hoping to start some of the ground preparations for the vineyard
“The first amenity that will be open will be the marina, we are
hoping that will be available by June 2011. We are hoping our
vineyard will be producing grapes by 2012 and we are hoping the
hotel and restaurant complex will be open by 2013.”
Weisbeck says the project will inject more than $175 million into
the local economy and employ hundreds of people.
North Westside development proposal grows a little larger
By Jason Luciw - Kelowna Capital News - Published:
March 25, 2009
Rockchild Landing would span 1.7 kilometres of lake shore line in an
area four kilometres south of Fintry. Developers say building would
be restricted to 30 metres from the shore.
Former Kelowna-Lake Country MLA John Weisbeck and his partners have
increased the number of lots they’d like to develop on a pristine
lakeshore property, north of Westside.
Originally, Weisbeck and Dr. Robert Arn, Ken Enders and Kim and
Sarina Sandana wanted to develop 65 lots as part of a project called
The partnership, going by the name of Southern Okanagan Land
Developments Inc., has since proposed that 78 lots be developed on
the 127-hectare property, located four kilometres south of Fintry.
However, the trade-off is a reduction in the number of lakeshore
lots. That number would drop to 43, down from the 56 originally
To allow development, the property must be designated for
single-family detached housing, as opposed to the current rural and
country residential zoning.
The regional district planning department recommended the board not
support the developer’s rezoning application. Planning staff said
the rezoning should wait until a review of the North Westside
Official Community Plan has been completed.
Staff was also concerned rezoning of the property could tempt
another 23 property owners to develop their large holdings in the
area. That could result in 265 more lots being opened to
Several environmental concerns must still be addressed, staff said
in a report to the regional board.
That said, Enders made a case to the board’s 12 directors, asking
that they consider first reading of the application and allow the
matter to go to a public hearing.
“The key thing about this project is the concerns about the
environment have largely been driven by our side,” said Enders. “Our
concern is to make this a landmark for environmentally responsible
All of the lakeshore would remain public tenure, added Enders. “The
owners of lakeshore lots won’t own lakeshore.”
Owners would need to sign a contract, limiting their use of the lake
A $500,000 land trust would also be created to ensure funding was
available for future preservation and conservation efforts in what
would become a bare-land strata development.
Approximately three-quarters of the property would be preserved as
park and open space, including trails on the upper elevations of the
To protect the environment further, no homes would be built within
30 metres of the lake. However, dock construction remains an
Originally, one dock per every two lots was proposed, for a total of
At this point, there is no guarantee any docks will be allowed, Arn
told the Capital News.
The environment ministry will decide the fate of multiple docks or a
“There will be no docks in the prime Kokanee spawning areas,” added
Arn. “Those were removed and wildlife corridors put in.”
After taking into account the developer’s latest environmental
preservation efforts, the board agreed to grant first reading and
send the matter to public hearing.
However, before the public hearing can be scheduled, the developers
must resolve several more issues.
They must get B.C. Ministry of Transportation feedback on a traffic
Lake Country must be allowed comment on any visual impact concerns
they’d have from across the lake.
Regional district staff want confirmation of specific park
dedications, public access and construction of trails, bridges and
Westbank First Nation must weigh in on archeological assessments.
And the regional district’s environmental advisory commission has a
list of concerns they’d like addressed.
The Rockchild Landing development would lead to better use of the
land than the current zoning, commented Enders.
“It respects the environment, archeology and salmon spawning. Under
the current zoning, also known as large holding, any number of
invasive uses would be permitted, added Arn. Those would include
strip logging the entire property right down to the lake or a series
of greenhouses using fertilizers potentially harmful to Kokanee
The developers said they were “committed to work with board staff
and other agencies” to resolve the outstanding issues.
jluciw [at] kelownacapnews.com
Process moves forward on controversial plan
By Richard Rolke - Vernon Morning Star -
Published: October 30, 2008
A contentious development
in the North Westside Road area is going through the approval
On Monday, the Central Okanagan Regional District board gave first
readings to official community plan and rezoning amendment bylaws
for the proposed Rockchild Landing project just south of the Fintry
Director Jim Edgson has had concerns about the proposal but voted
for first reading for the applicant, South Okanagan Land
“They are heading in the right direction but because it’s a
sensitive area, we want to go to public hearing,” he said.
South Okanagan Land Developments has asked for OCP and rezoning
changes so it can construct 78 residential lots including 43 with
frontage on Okanagan Lake.
And it is the lakefront lots with docks that is the controversial
part of the proposal because the area is also sensitive kokanee
CORD is insisting that a number of reports be conducted before a
public hearing is scheduled including an environmental assessment
supervised by the Ministry of Environment.
“If at any time the study shows the docks are detrimental to kokanee,
they are toast. They would have to come out,” said Edgson, adding
that there is no guarantee that the ministry will even allow docks
to be installed on the lake.
“If the study succeeds and shows direction for other developments,
we will have something to show people how to protect kokanee.”
In May, CORD directors decided to indefinitely defer any
consideration of rezoning and OCP applications so the developer
could try and get more support for its plans.
“We told them they had to work with regional district staff and they
had to get a better report from the ministry. We said they had to
protect kokanee habitat,” said Edgson.
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Meeting Thursday Sept 11, 2008 at 7pm at Killiney Beach Hall
Regional District of Central Okanagan Board Agenda October 27, 2008
Planning staff wish to note that a public information meeting was convened by
the proponent's on Sept 11, 2008. The meeting was attended by an estimated 100
residents. A questionnaire and feedback form was provided with approximately
forty-four responses submitted. While it appears from the feedback provided to
the RDCO that there is general support for the project, RDCO staff did not
attend or participate in this meeting and is unable to confirm the results.
(page 6 and 7)
Ex-MLA pitches Fintry Proposal
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article from the Vernon Morning Star Nov 28, 2007
New waterfront/lakeview lot development proposed by ex-MLA just south of
Fintry Provincial Park. A rezoning bylaw has not yet been submitted to
the regional board as yet November as more study is required including an
archaeological assessment as pictographs were discovered.
Southern Okanagan Land Development Inc. OCP amendment & rezoning 81 single
detached housing lots and 32 Ha park
Regional Board Agenda - May 26, 2008
Development Services Department Report for the Board
Regional District of Central Okanagan Regular Board Meeting Minutes - May 26,
2008 (pg 6)
Central Okanagan West Advisory Committee Meeting Wednesday, May 14, 2008
|From the front page of the Westside Road Community News June
2008 Volume 4 ~ Issue 1
Proposed Westside Development
Of interest to many in the area is a proposed subdivision
development south of La Casa, called Rockchild Landing. At the
Regional District board meeting Monday, May 25, 2008 consideration
was given for first reading to a proposed Official Community Plan
and rezoning application from South Okanagan Land and Developments
Incorporated (SOLD Inc) for Rockchild Landing. Rockchild
Landing described its community-based project; which
from input by members of the North Westside Community Association,
Westside Road Improvement Committee and North Westside Fire and
Rebuilding 1.7 kilometers and another $2.1 million to Westside Road
A portable high tech Fire Curtain Incineration system for safe
disposal of forest and pine beetle debris without trucking.
An environmental park covering 85% of the property, including the
entire shoreline, protecting the rural regional character forever.
An Environmental Enforcement Trust Fund of $500,000 and financing in
Finally, SOLD Inc. asked for multiple public meetings to include
every resident of the North Westside.
The applicant requests the changes in order to develop a 65 lot
subdivision: including 56 waterfront lots and a 97.8 hectare
parkland dedication on a 127 hectare property along Westside Road
between Caesars Landing and Fintry.
The Regional Board has deferred the application for consideration
until the requirements form the Ministry of Environment are met.
The Ministry of Environment has strict guidelines for developers to
follow. This means the project application cannot go to
consideration for first reading until the applicant satisfied the
requirements of the Ministry of Environment and other affected
agencies. Before consideration of the first reading,
developers need to demonstrate they have clearly met those
requirements to the satisfaction of the Regional District Board.
Public meetings are not usually held until after a first reading is
Central Okanagan West Regional director Jim Edgson noted, "While the
Rockchild proposal has many potential benefits to the North Westside
District Board had some clear concerns. The Board
chose to defer the consideration of this application until clear
support from the Ministry of Environment comes forth. By doing this,
the applicant is being given the opportunity to accomplish the
previously clearly stated goal of an environmentally sound project
beneficial to the community."
Rockchild Landing spokesperson, Robert Arn stated, "We will follow
RDCO's request to discuss our Environmental Program with the
Ministry of Environment and comply with their recommendations before
an RDCO Public Hearing. In the interim, we will continue to
consult members of the Community to get their guidance"
CORD board chastised for Rockchild Landing decision
By Judie Steeves - Kelowna Capital News - May 30,
These attractively-patterned diving ducks—Barrow’s Goldeneyes—were
nonplussed by the fact this mountain lake was still ice-covered last
weekend, although I was less impressed, since they were able to
fish, where I was not.
Judie Steeves/Capital News
On the whole, we have a very
progressive regional district board when it comes to environmental
matters, but I must confess I was pretty disappointed at this week’s
vacillations over a lakeshore development that got the thumbs down
from all the experts.
Board members actually read all the reports, (I would hope so,
anyway) from their own environmental advisory committee, planning
staff and from the provincial environment ministry staff, yet they
ignored their recommendations to oppose the development.
That’s all they needed to do, was to not permit the application to
go any further.
Instead, they’ve kept the developer on the hook, simply deferring
the Rockchild Landing proposal, 30 km up Westside Road, to see if
the developer can convince the environment ministry to permit its
intrusion into Kokanee spawning habitat.
This is for 65 lots to be created on a narrow, steep piece of land
between Westside Road and Okanagan Lake, just south of Fintry, but
the worst aspect of the proposal is for 35 docks out into the lake.
Scientists have identified this as key Kokanee spawning habitat,
where 3,000 Kokanee were counted spawning in 2007.
In other words, millions of Kokanee got their start in life on this
stretch of shoreline.
They’ll return in three or four years to lay their eggs, while this
fall, those who were born there three or four years ago will return
to lay their eggs before dying.
It’s the cycle of life for kokanee, which is a freshwater Sockeye
salmon, known for returning to the stream or shoreline of their
birth when they mature.
Science has proven that kokanee do not like docks, probably for a
variety of reasons, so we know that construction of a foreshore—full
of new docks will destroy the spawning habitat for millions of
Kokanee annually—if we permit it.
This, after we’ve spent thousands of dollars attempting to help this
lake’s Kokanee populations to come back from the brink of
Apparently, some of the board members felt the proposal should be
considered by neighbours of the proposed development, but this is
not an issue of what impact it’ll have on the neighbourhood.
This is an issue of whether we will permit these developers to
destroy habitat for the fish that are part of the natural cycle of
life in the valley; one of the reasons we all want to live here.
I simply can’t believe we’re even considering this proposal.
It doesn’t matter whether you like to fish, or whether you simply
agree that the traditional, historic inhabitants of this valley
should be permitted to continue to live here alongside us.
This valley’s natural beauty is why we love it, as do the millions
of visitors, so why on earth would we destroy that?
Incidentally, efforts to bring back populations of kokanee in the
big lake have been successful enough that there’ll be a third test
fishery beginning this Sunday, for eight weeks, with a doubled daily
limit of four Kokanee.
However, we went fishing last weekend and landed up beside a fishing
lake that had kind of a funny look about its surface.
We’d just come off a weekend full of 30 C days and were simply not
prepared, at the end of May, to find this mid-elevation lake still
covered in ice.
The Barrow’s Goldeneye ducks bobbing around on the margins didn’t
seem particularly put off, but I certainly was.
With the possibility of fishing, except from shore, on hold for lack
of an icebreaker, I opted to go for a hike, but just a couple of
feet into the bush there was still a pile of snow.
Spring is certainly late this year.
I’m sure the hardy adventurers in the Nordic Club wouldn’t be put
off by a bit of snow, so if they run into any on their June 7 hike
on the High Rim Trail, they’ll probably just slog right through it.
You’re invited to join them, and to take the whole family for a
nature treasure hunt, from the Goudie Road trailhead north to Frog
It’s a 5.5 km round trip, says Alice Hargreaves, along a trail that
will be dotted with wildflowers like yellow violets and calypso
She warns that this is a wilderness trail through dense forest, so
sturdy footwear and clothing appropriate to the weather are
essential, as are water and snacks for the trek.
To carpool, meet at the Parkinson Rec Centre at 8:45 a.m.; or meet
at the Goudie Road trailhead about 9:15. Take Highway 33 to Goudie
Road, onto the dirt road, over a cattle guard, and park at the kiosk
on the left.
The club is also organizing a wilderness first aid course with Jim
Ongena July 5, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the EECO in Mission Creek
Regional Park. Cost is $100.
Pre-register by calling him at 486-7166 or e-mail jim at
Judie Steeves writes about outdoors issues for the Capital News.
jsteeves at kelownacapnews.com
Fintry development hits major roadblock
By Richard Rolke - Vernon Morning Star - May 30,
A controversial development on the west side of Okanagan Lake has
been placed on hold.
The Central Okanagan Regional District board decided Monday to
indefinitely defer any consideration of rezoning and official
community plan applications for the proposed Rockchild Landing, just
south of the Fintry delta.
“The regional district has an obligation to residents to vet these
projects to see if they are feasible before going to public
hearing,” said Jim Edgson, Central Okanagan West director.
South Okanagan Land Developments is seeking rezoning and OCP
amendments to allow for a 65-lot subdivision, including 56
waterfront lots, on a 127-hectare site between Fintry and Caesars
Before the applications are considered again by CORD, South Okanagan
Land Developments must get the support of the Ministry of
Environment, and particularly plans to install docks in a sensitive
kokanee spawning area.
“We do not want something that will create a problem in the lake,”
“But instead of killing it, we gave the developer an opportunity to
try and resolve these concerns. The ball is in the developer’s
Barrie Clark, a Kelowna director, wanted the project rejected.
“I am extremely disturbed by what this might do to kokanee
spawning,” he said.
While he has some concerns, Edgson is not completely against the
“There’s a lot of good in this project,” he said of 1.7 kilometres
of upgrades to Westside Road and a 97.8-hectare parkland dedication.
“But they need to satisfy the environmental and transportation
Company officials are satisfied with CORD’s decision to defer.
“Clearly the directors want to get more information about the
project,” said Robert Arn, a partner with South Okanagan Land
“We’ve been working with the district and there are many issues that
have to be dealt with. We are committed to dealing with them.”
Arn says the number of docks has not been determined yet.
“It’s not an issue of how many docks but the style needed to meet
environmental standards,” he said.
Arn hopes the applications can be back before the CORD board in
June, and he insists that he and his partners are interested in a
“We love this property,” he said.
With files from the Kelowna Capital News.
Former MLA behind controversial project
By Jason Luciw - Kelowna Capital News - May
Former dentist and past Kelowna-Lake Country MLA John Weisbeck
is among the principal owners in a proposed development near
Fintry that is proving to be unpopular around the Central
Okanagan Regional District board table.
Weisbeck sat in the audience Monday night as another
representative of South Okanagan Land Development attempted to
make a case for a project called Rockchild Landing—a 65-lot
development proposed on a property located 30 kilometres along
However, company spokesman Ken Anders was unable to convince the
regional board of the project’s merits.
Developers have offered to realign approximately 1.5 kilometres
of Westside Road through the property, dedicate 96 hectares of
land as park and buy an air curtain burner to dispose of pine
beetle ravaged trees on site.
The burner would then be turned over to the regional district as
Close to half of the 11 directors in attendance were on the
verge of outright rejecting the project at one point in the
But the other half felt the project should have the chance to go
to public hearing to get a sense of the community’s attitude
toward the project.
After close to an hour of debate the board reached consensus,
deciding to defer the motion for two reasons.
One, directors wanted to know what land uses were currently
permitted on other properties in the area.
In other words, could this development lead to development
applications on 23 other properties in the vicinity of Rockchild
Landing, asked regional board chairman and Kelowna Coun. Robert
Two, the developers would have to work with the B.C. Ministry of
Environment to see if there was any way to mitigate impact on
the salmon spawning habitat along the property’s Okanagan Lake
Up to 3,000 fish spawn annually on the property’s foreshore,
according to the ministry.
On that basis alone the project should have been immediately
rejected, according to director and Kelowna Coun. Barrie Clark.
Controversial development dodges CORD axe, for now
May 28, 2008 - Kelowna Capital News - News
A proposal to build 65 lakeside homes along a sensitive
Kokanee salmon spawning beach needs buy in from the B.C.
Ministry of Environment before the Central Okanagan Regional
District will budge on its opposition to the project.
Rockchild Landing could be developed on a 127-hectare
property about 30 kilometres up Westside Road, just south of
Fintry in Westside.
So far, however, the board is unwilling to give first
reading to a necessary rezoning and Official Community Plan
It has deferred the matter indefinitely to see if the
developer, Southern Okanagan Land Development, can convince
the ministry that the project creates no threat to sensitive
salmon spawning habitat along the property’s shoreline.
Regional district director Barrie Clark tried to convince
the board to outright reject the project. He said he
couldn’t understand why a development that could have such a
great impact on Kokanee stocks would even be considered.
“I am extremely disturbed by what this might do to Kokanee
spawning,” said Clark.
“We’ve learned some bitter lessons in the last couple of
years of best intentions causing tremendous damage.”
The board then asked if the docks proposed for the project’s
23 lakefront lots could be scrapped as a means of mitigating
impact of salmon habitat.
Company spokesman Ken Anders said the “docks are critical to
The developer wanted to the board to give the project first
reading so the project could go to public hearing and
neighbours could provide input on the proposed development.
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