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Public meeting April 4 for 12 town homes proposed for 2360-2368 New Street

Dawn Victoria West Elevation
Dawn Victoria West Elevation

The city has just received a rezoning application for 2360, 2364 & 2368 New Street to amend the zoning on these lots from H-RM2 (Residential Medium Density) to RM2-exception zone, to allow for the development of 12 3-storey townhouse units.

You are invited to a neighbourhood meeting to learn more about the planning application, ask questions and share your comments.

Dawn Victoria North Elevation 2
Dawn Victoria North Elevation 2

Date: Monday, April 4

Time: 7pm

Location: Central Recreation Centre, Auditorium A, 519 Drury Lane

I will host the meeting; planning staff we be on hand to answer questions related to existing zoning and the planning process; the applicant will be on hand to explain their project.

Read the public notice here:

2360 2364 2368 New St 5200216 prelimNot

If you have comments or questions, please contact the city planner who is assigned to this file:

Lisa Stern: 905.335.7600, x7427, lisa.stern@burlington.ca

 

Written by Marianne Meed Ward

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