Habitat for Humanity Rezoning on Plains/Glendor Ave (Mar 24)

Public Meeting: Mon, Mar. 24, 6:30 p.m. – City Hall Council Chambers

Habitat for Humanity HaltonAs part of the City’s Development & Infrastructure Committee (D&I) meeting on Mar. 24, city staff will be holding a statutory public meeting to consider the development proposal by Habitat for Humanity at 1325, 1331 Plains Rd. E. and 1025 Glendor Ave.

City planning staff has received applications from Ramsay Planning Inc. to redesignate and rezone the site at the northeast corner of Plains Rd. E. and Glendor Ave. to build 12 back-to-back townhouses, with one 1-storey accessible unit, for a total of 13 units. Seven units would front onto Glendor Ave. and 6 would have shared access onto Plains Rd. E.

The property is presently zoned MXG (Mixed Use Corridor General) and R3.1 (Residential). The MXG designation permits a range of uses, including retail service and commercial uses, office uses, recreational establishments, apartment buildings, retirement homes and townhouses. The R3.1 designation permits single detached dwellings with an accessory unit. Additional information on this proposal is available in previous newsletters available here and here and here

Staff will present an information report (with no recommendation) to the D&I Committee. That report will be available on Mar. 17 on the city’s website.

If you would like to arrange in advance to appear as a delegation at the meeting, please contact the committee clerk, Gina van den Burg (905-335-7600, ext. 7413). For information and tips on appearing as a delegation, visit the city’s Delegation web page for details.

If you cannot attend the Mar. 24 meeting and want to submit comments, please send them to the planner on the file, Rebecca Tannahill, with a copy tome.

Habitat for Humanity Halton Rezoning on Plains/Glendor Burlington
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Habitat for Humanity Halton Rezoning on Plains/Glendor Burlington
Habitat for Humanity Halton is proposing to redesignate and rezone the site at Plains and Glendor Ave., Burlington to build 12 back-to-back townhouses.

Written by Marianne Meed Ward

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