What is the RT-3: Multiplex zone?

Through a rezoning process, the RT-3 Multiplex Residential zone has potential for lots with a minimum area of 930 m2 (10,010 ft2) in the Housing Choices area. The zone allows for multiple detached, semi-detached or attached housing forms on larger lots in Housing Choices areas, typically oversized or multiple-lot assemblies. This zone is intended to provide further housing choices for new and existing residents, including multiple attached building forms or multiple single detached units (e.g., in the form of courtyard style housing) and generally requires a rezoning application approved by Council.

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1. Are there any upcoming planning processes for Southwest Coquitlam?
2. What’s the difference between a “Carriage House” and “Garden Cottage”?
3. Are you going to expand the “Housing Choices” areas?
4. What does “tandem parking” mean?
5. I previously heard discussion about “pre-approved building plans”, what is the status of these?
6. What is the RT-3: Multiplex zone?
7. What is “FAR” or “Floor Area Ratio”?