DEVELOPMENT GUIDELINES

It is the intention of the Developer to ensure a well coordinated, attractive subdivision through the adherence to Design Standards so that an appropriate standard of architectural design and materials throughout the community is maintained. To View The Design Control Standards click below.


THE SALES AGREEMENT

To view the offer to purchase for Countryside Crossing click the below link. A $10,000 deposit is due at the time of completing the sales agreement, with the balance via cash, mortgage or both due on possession date. Upon possession the purchaser has up to one year to commence construction with one year after to substantially complete. A $5000, Damage & Design Deposit is included in the total purchase price which will be rebated back to you once all building and development obligations have been satisfied. ***No City of Wpg Impact/Development fees apply! 

The below linked sales agreement will include:

Appendix A: Individual lot sketch to be inserted at the time of writing the offer

Appendix A1: Overall site map of the entire Development

Appendix B: Design Control Standards (Development Guidlines)

Appendix C: Lot Design Control Codes

Appendix C1: Fence Design 

Appendix C2:Fence Locations

Appendix C3:Garage Locations

Appendix D: Limestone Approach Specifications

Appendix E: Agent Disclosure Between Royal LePage Prime and Purchasers

Appendix F, G, and H: Contact information Form and Home Builder Information Forms

Appendix I: Basement Details Along Retention Ponds


CHECKLIST & TIMELINES

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  • Complete offer and supply deposit of $10,000

  • Offer to purchase acceptance date

  • Satisfy any purchase conditions

  • All Contact Forms to be submitted to Developer

  • Initial Approval Drawings submitted to the Developer

  • Acceptance received from Developer re: Initial Approval request

  • Limestone Approach installed for lot

  • Final Approval Drawings submitted to Developer

  • Acceptance received from Developer re: Final Approval Request

  • Building Permit Application filed with Red River Planning District

  • Possession date of the lot

  • Must start construction no later than date

  • Issue written request for return of D&D Control Deposit

  • Final inspection and release of full/partial D&D Control Deposit


DAMAGE & DESIGN CONTROL DEPOSIT

A $5000 Damage & Design Control Deposit forms part of the sales agreement and total purchase price. Upon satisfaction of all purchaser building obligations this deposit will be refunded. Requirements for applying for the damage and design deposit refund will be dependent on which category the current resident falls into. Categories and requirements are as follows:

Resident is original purchaser of lot: The damage and design deposit can be filled out and submitted directly to countrysidecrossing@concordprojects.com. The name of the applicant for deposit refund  is to match the name provided for offer to purchase.

Resident has purchased home from preferred builder: The damage and design deposit must be filled out and submitted to the home builder. At this time, dependant on the original agreement between the builder and the developer, the builder shall submit refund request in writing to countrysidecrossing@concordprojects.com with the refund form attached.  If the deposit is to be provided to the resident direct, the builder must submit in writing, at that time, that the developer is authorized to provide the deposit to the resident.

Resident has purchased lot from other party prior to completion of landscaping and/or has not applied for the damage deposit: The resident must ensure they are provided in writing from the prior resident that the damage deposit is to be provided to the current resident. If this has not been submitted to the developer with the damage and design deposit refund the funds cannot be released to current resident and will be held until either:

  • Written proof of authorization of refund from prior resident is provided to developer.

  • Request of refund is submitted from original purchaser/resident that matches the offer to purchase of lot.

If request of refund is submitted with the name of the original purchaser, the refund will be sent to the countryside crossing address that the refund is for. The refund will be made out to the original purchaser and it will be the responsibility of the current resident to make arrangements with original purchaser from that point forward.

Deposits will be refunded 12 months from water service commencement, based on completed and signed damage and deposit refund form prior to that time

All documentation is to be sent to

countrysidecrossing@concordprojects.com.


VIEW THE DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT

The development agreement is an agreement between the rural municipality of East St Paul and the Developer(s) of Countryside Crossing. To view a copy of this agreement contact Mark Penner at Royal LePage Prime at 204-989-7900. 

The Developer requested a Development Agreement Amendment in the summer of 2018 to allow for some updates to the existing lot types.

The amendments are as follows, and apply to any lot purchased after August 1, 2018. A full copy of the Development Agreement will be provided to any purchaser:

1. Update Paragraph 15 (q). 

Existing: “For the lots adjacent to the retention pond within the Planned Area, only walkout basements shall be permitted on the north side and lookout basements on the south side”.

 Update: “For the lots adjacent to the retention pond within the Planned Area, only walkouts shall be permitted on the north side and walk-out hybrid’s on the south side”.

2. Updated Schedule F-2 & Schedule F-3. Lot Grade Plan East & Lot Grade Plan West.

3. Added the following paragraph:

27. Rules related to lot grades and associated housing design.

Walk-out (North side of Retention Pond)

A walk-out basement can be achieved through a sloped lot, so that part of the basement floor is above ground, with a door opening outward to permit egress and ingress to the rear yard.

Walk-out Hybrid (South side of Retention Pond)

A walk-out hybrid basement can be achieved through a sloped lot, so that part of the basement floor is above ground, with a doorway to permit egress and ingress to the rear yard. The stairs, if required, must be located inside the house, stairs down to basement level on the exterior of the house will not be accepted. The finished house grades, at the front and rear of the property must be in accordance with the lot grade plan. Driveway grade must be 8% or less.

Look-out

A look-out basement can be achieved through a sloped lot, so that the basement can have a higher ceiling and the windows can be made larger. A door is not permitted at the basement level. 

Half Walk-out

A half walk-out basement can be achieved through a sloped lot, so that part of the basement floor is above ground, with a doorway to permit egress and ingress to the rear yard. The stairs, if required, must be located inside the house, stairs down to basement level on the exterior of the house will not be accepted. The lot grade on a half walk-out varies along with the width of the lot.  The finished house grades, at the front and rear of the property must be in accordance with the lot grade plan. Driveway grade must be 8% or less.

Half Look-out

A half look-out basement can be achieved through a sloped lot, so that the basement can have a higher ceiling and the windows can be made larger. A door is not permitted at the basement level.  The lot grade on a half-look out lot varies along with the width of the lot.  At the high side – typical house/lot design would apply.  Toward the lower side – the lookout definition would apply (to the low portion of the lot only).

Split

A split lot is one where the grades/drainage gets ‘split’ at some point along the property.  In other words, there is a split in the drainage pattern, it does not just drain front to back or side to side. A door is not permitted at the basement level. Therefore, only Look-outs & Half Look-outs will be permitted on Split lots.

For all lot types, stairs as a component of the deck structure that lead to the rear yard are permitted.

4. Add the following paragraph 15 (s):

For the walk-out hybrid lots, the property owner will have to provide an egineer/geotech confirmation that the rear door will be placed at such an elevation that it is above any flood risk from the pond.


 

QUESTIONS? ASK AWAY!

For any clarification or additional info just let us know or contact Mark Penner / Royal LePage Prime 204-989-7900.

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