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Neighbourhood meeting Sept. 27 for 22-storey at Brock/Ontario

A neighbourhood meeting to provide an overview and seek public input on the proposed 22-storey apartment at Brock & Ontario streets has been scheduled as follows:

Neighbourhood Meeting

Date: Sept. 27, 2017
Time: 7 p.m.
Location: Burlington Performing Art Centre, 440 Locust St., Burlington, ON, L7S 1T7

Public meeting notice: 490 to 492 Brock Ave + 1298 Ontario St 520 02 17

Staff will attend to provide an overview of the planning process, the developer will attend to outline their proposal, and I will be on hand with my assistant Georgie Gartside to hear and record your input and ensure your questions are answered.

No decisions about this proposal have been made yet. Planning staff are seeking your feedback before making a recommendation to the Planning and Development Committee of Council to either approve or refuse the application. Any written comments you may have about the proposal can either be mailed or e-mailed to the planner assigned to this file. Your comments will be included in the staff report about the application which will be posted on the City’s web site.

Written comments should be submitted by Oct. 13, 2017 to:

Kyle Plas, MCIP, RPP
Senior Planner
Development Review
Phone: 905-335-7600 ext. 7555

Burlington Planning and Building Department
PO Box 5013, 426 Brant St., Burlington, Ontario L7R 3Z6

To read more about this proposal, including My Take, please see my earlier article here:

22 storey highrise proposed at Brock & Ontario

To read the supporting studies submitted with the application, visit the city’s webpage dedicated to this proposal here: 490-492 Brock & 1298 Ontario



Written by Marianne Meed Ward

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