Town of Oakville looking for input on Neyagawa Urban Core strategic growth area

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April 22, 2022 at 11:44 am

The Town of Oakville is seeking the public’s input on the Neyagawa Urban Core strategic growth area.
Hosted by the Planning and Development Council, the  videoconferencing meeting will be held from the Council Chamber at 6:30 p.m. on Monday, May 16.

The meeting will look for feedback on two proposed amendments that identify, and establish policies for, the subject lands that are located at the intersection of Neyagawa Blvd. and Burnhamthorpe Rd. W.

The effect of the proposed OPA 326 to the 1984 Oakville Official Plan’s North Oakville East Secondary Plan will be to:

  • update schedules (maps) to identify the Neyagawa Urban Core strategic growth area and designate the lands as “Neyagawa Urban Core Area”
  • provide area-specific land use policies to support the creation of a transit-supportive, complete community that includes a mix of high density residential, commercial and institutional uses with a 12-storey maximum building height
  • provide area-specific functional and implementation policies to enable and guide redevelopment consistent with the above, which address matters including urban design, transportation, stormwater management, district energy, and parkland dedication

The effect of the proposed OPA 45 to the Livable Oakville Official Plan will be to identify the Neyagawa Urban Core Area as “Nodes and Corridors” on Schedule A1 – Urban Structure, which is referenced in the North Oakville East Secondary Plan.

This meeting will be live streamed on YouTube at

For more information or how to submit questions, read here.

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