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Wednesday June 17, 2009 Country Press By Alan Bell-Chambers Its a done deal. Bill Dyck breathed a sigh of relief last week when the RM of Corman Park signed off on the servicing agreement for Parkside Estates, a multi-parcel country residential development just north of Osler. Until the servicing agreement was in place, buyers could not secure title to the lots. Despite that, Dyck has already sold six of the 12 lots in phase one and another two lots are spoken for in phase two. They like the park atmosphere, said Dyck. Located immediately north of Osler, Parkside Estates is on rolling terrain with a miniature valley and natural ponds in the middle that Dyck is enhancing with walking trails. The topography and the way the lots are designed around 25 acres of park space helped convince the RM of Corman Park to approve the project. It made the short list in early 2007, one of 19 multi-parcel country residential developments proposed in 2006 when Corman Park council asked for innovative ideas. Before it could proceed, zoning bylaw changes were necessary because Dycks project was closer to town than the old bylaw would permit. It also included several lots smaller than the previous minimum size. However, by including several larger lots, he satisfied the RMs requirement for a 2.47-acre average. Along the way, there have been surveys, geotechnical studies, reviews by environment and heritage consultants and the design work. Sure that it would be allowed, Dyck started grading interior roads and recently began planting trees for a shelter-belt along the railway tracks that border the property. We keep dong...Learn More
Land stewardship trumps all else for Osler”s Dyck family Thursday June 11, 2009 By Bob Heath Clark”s Crossing Gazette In a day and age where every inch of space is seen as potential revenue by developers, an Osler couple is looking the other direction. Park Side Estates is located on a picturesque setting just a stones throw from Highway 11 at Osler. Developers Bill and Kim Dyck have had their dream of transforming the tranquil wooded land into estate living eight years ago and now, with the RM of Corman Parks recent blessing, their dream is now a reality. The new development will have its own 25 acre park nestled throughout the valley. Our past heritage has always maintained that stewardship of the land is of the utmost importance, Bill explains. We take pride in our exceptional location and will make every effort in maintaining the natural beauty of this property. We will make the landscape and natural contours dictate wherein we will allow individual home locations. While strolling on the four kilometres of walking trails at the site, nature is seen as it was meant to be with all types of natural wild flowers, various wildlife as well as an abundance of song birds present. The developments park will also have its own picnic area surrounded by a spray pond and rock garden. The announcement of phase one of the project was recently made and already six of the 34 lots have been sold. Dyck told The Gazette that 32 of the 34 sprawling lots will back onto green space with walkout lots for those who have their...Learn More
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