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July 12 Statutory Public Meeting: 2360, 2364 & 2368 New Street

Aerial view 2360, 2364 & 2368 New St
Aerial view of site

Dawn Victoria Homes has applied to rezone the properties at 2360, 2364 & 2368 New Street to permit twelve 3-storey townhomes on a private roadway. The property is presently zoned H-RM2 and allows 2-storey single detached, semi-detached, triplex, fourplex and townhouse dwellings along with a 4-storey retirement home. Currently, each of the three properties has a single family home on it.

As part of the City’s Development & Infrastructure Committee meeting on July 12, city staff will hold a statutory public meeting under the Planning Act to inform members of the committee (all members of city council) about the application and to hear from delegations. City staff will not make a recommendation on the application at this meeting. A second report will be prepared, likely in the fall, and will contain a recommendation to either approve, approve with modifications or not approve the application.

Dawn Victoria Homes Rendering
Rendering of 3-storey townhomes
Meeting Details:

Date: July 12, 2016
Time: 1 p.m.
Location: Council Chambers, 2nd Floor City Hall, 426 Brant St.

Staff Report:

The staff report will be available on the city’s website after June 30, 2016 at Scroll down to the Development & Infrastructure Committee meeting of July 12 and select the agenda. If you prefer a hardcopy of the report, it can be picked up at the City Clerk’s Office on the main level of City Hall.

Speak at the meeting:

Residents may attend the July 12 meeting to share their views about the project with council. As this item is part of a statutory public meeting, residents do not have to register in advance to speak at the meeting. However, those residents that do register in advance will be called upon first. The maximum time limit to speak is 10 minutes. More information about appearing as a delegation and to register, visit Residents are also welcome to attend the meeting as audience members, to listen to the discussion, without having to speak.

Contact information:

Questions about the application can be emailed to the planner for the file, Lisa Stern, at or by calling 905-335-7600, ext. 7427.

Written by Marianne Meed Ward

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