Here’s How Residents Can Have Their Say on a Potential Oakville Development
Another development could be coming to the Town of Oakville.
And on Feb. 11 at 7 p.m. at the Halton Regional Centre, Council Chambers (1151 Bronte Rd.) in Oakville the Planning and Development Council is hosting an input meeting.
Oakville residents are encouraged to come out to this meeting so they can have their say on the potential development.
At this meeting, according to the Town of Oakville website, the Planning Services department will be presenting a recommendation report regarding the development proposal.
So, what exactly is proposed?
According to the town’s website, a Zoning By-Law Amendment is being proposed in order to rezone the lands from Existing Development (ED) to Dundas Urban Core (DUC) and Natural Heritage System (NHS).
What does this mean for the Town of Oakville?
If approved, according to the town website, the proposal would permit a 10-storey mixed use building that would include 290 apartments units, 275 metres square of ground floor commercial space, and 15 stacked townhouse dwellings.
A total of 293 underground parking spaces and 70 surface level parking spaces, which would be accessed from a driveway off the future extension of Trailside Drive, is also included in the proposed plan.
The potential lands in regards to this development are located on the north side of Dundas Street West, east of Gladeside Avenue and West of George Savage Avenue.
Do you want to see this development in Oakville?
For more information, go to the development application page, or visit the Planning Services department between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, or contact:
Planning Services Department
905-845-6601, ext. 3297 (TTY 905-338-4200)
melissa [dot] dalrymple [at] oakville [dot] ca
All graphics are courtesy of the Town of Oakville.
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