Hotel on the Naramata Bench?

Hotel on the Naramata Bench?

Postby Queen K » Feb 17th, 2018, 8:06 pm

https://www.castanet.net/news/Penticton ... mata-bench

AKA: The next battle.

Will Naramata allow a 20 suite hotel to edge it's way in and onto agricultural areas? Note I said "area" because this hotel is supposedly unproductive bedrock. Which means blasting to make room for the foundations etc.

Yes or No?

Who is going to win or lose, this one?
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Re: Hotel on the Naramata Bench?

Postby pentona » Feb 17th, 2018, 8:10 pm

The story is somewhat misleading. Its not in Naramata; in fact still well within the city of Penticton limits. Off of Naramata Road, onto Poplar Grove road. The village of Naramata has no say in the matter. Hope it proceeds; what a great spot for it. :up:

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Re: Hotel on the Naramata Bench?

Postby seewood » Feb 17th, 2018, 8:39 pm

pentona wrote:The story is somewhat misleading. Its not in Naramata; in fact still well within the city of Penticton limits. Off of Naramata Road, onto Poplar Grove road. The village of Naramata has no say in the matter. Hope it proceeds; what a great spot for it.


Exactly. What a misleading headline.
Naramata would not be able to have a development like that without dealing with the septic issues to neighbours desires...no smell.
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Re: Hotel on the Naramata Bench?

Postby twobits » Feb 18th, 2018, 6:42 pm

seewood wrote:
Exactly. What a misleading headline.
Naramata would not be able to have a development like that without dealing with the septic issues to neighbours desires...no smell.


Not taking a side here but there is no sanitary sewer at the proposed location either. That also means begs, should it be denied because there isn't? After all, the entire community of Naramata is on septic. So is Kaleden. So is Lakeshore Highlands and Heritage Hills yada yada.
Is a 20 room Hotel with 20 acres of land gonna make a significant difference?
And BTW, if you can smell a septic installation.....there is something wrong with it.
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Re: Hotel on the Naramata Bench?

Postby Giants Head » Feb 18th, 2018, 8:34 pm

Part of this proposal is a sewer main extension that will connect to the Penticton city sewer system.
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Re: Hotel on the Naramata Bench?

Postby Drip_Torch » Feb 18th, 2018, 9:03 pm

twobits wrote:Not taking a side here but there is no sanitary sewer at the proposed location either. That also means begs, should it be denied because there isn't? After all, the entire community of Naramata is on septic. So is Kaleden. So is Lakeshore Highlands and Heritage Hills yada yada.Is a 20 room Hotel with 20 acres of land gonna make a significant difference?And BTW, if you can smell a septic installation.....there is something wrong with it.


Thinking the same thing and I was curious last night, so I took a peak on the city mapping system and I was surprised. The main's not far from there at all. Look's quite do-able.
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Re: Hotel on the Naramata Bench?

Postby seewood » Feb 18th, 2018, 9:06 pm

twobits wrote:Not taking a side here but there is no sanitary sewer at the proposed location either. That also means begs, should it be denied because there isn't? After all, the entire community of Naramata is on septic. So is Kaleden. So is Lakeshore Highlands and Heritage Hills yada yada.

Penticton has a sewer system. Likely a lifting station might be required. A large self contained sewer system for a development can and has been done without issues. The Naramata Inn at the bottom of Robinson is an example.

If one to put a large development say at the old packing house site in Naramata, Sewer/septic is the elephant in the room there.
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Re: Hotel on the Naramata Bench?

Postby twobits » Feb 20th, 2018, 7:55 pm

Drip_Torch wrote:
Thinking the same thing and I was curious last night, so I took a peak on the city mapping system and I was surprised. The main's not far from there at all. Look's quite do-able.


How far is not far? Distance plus works, plus asphalt, plus lift station that requires power and pump maintenance for a 20 room boutique Hotel?? Can't see that as a business plan. Nope, this place will be septic or it will unlikely happen unless the very deep pocketed Holler doesn't give a chit and he has done that before.
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