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Notice of Statutory Public Meeting and Recommendation Report for 236 Plains Rd. E.

Posted on Friday, June 07, 2024 09:15 AM

Weston Consulting has made an application on behalf of the landowner to amend the Zoning Bylaw for the lands located at 236 Plains Rd. E. The File Reference Number is 520-02/24. 

Description of Proposed Development

The application proposes to amend the Zoning Bylaw to permit a 4-storey condominium townhouse block consisting of six units fronting on a private condominium road. This proposal would replace the existing single-detached dwelling on the property.

Application materials are posted at burlington.ca/236plainsroadeast

Description of Proposed Amendments

The City of Burlington Official Plan (1997), as amended, designates the property as “Residential Medium Density”, which permits detached and semi-detached homes, townhouses, street townhouses and stacked townhouses, back-to-back townhouses, attached housing and walk-up apartments. In Residential-Medium Density areas, either ground or non-ground-oriented housing units with a density ranging between 26 and 50 units per net hectare are permitted. 

The City’s Official Plan...

Official Plan designation and Zoning Amendment for properties at Brant Street & Ghent Avenue

Posted on Friday, June 07, 2024 08:00 AM

Statutory Public Meeting Notice
Committee of the Whole Meeting
July 8, 2024, 9:30 a.m.

The Molinaro Group has made an application to amend the Official Plan designation and Zoning for the lands located at 774, 778, 780 and 782 Brant St. (Parcel ‘A’); 769, 779, 783 Brant St. and 2023, 2027, 2031-2033 Ghent Ave. (Parcel ‘B’); and, 747 and 761 Brant St. (Parcel ‘C’) (Ward 2). The File Reference Nos. are 505-06/21 & 520-07/21.

The application proposes the redesignation and rezoning of the total landholding to facilitate a multi-phase, mixed use development with a 25-storey tower and a 14-storey tower (with ground floor commercial area) including 425 residential units (Parcel A); a 25-storey tower (with ground floor commercial area) including 328 residential units (Parcel B); and, 8-storey mid-rise building with 128 residential units (Parcel C). 

The subject lands are designated ‘Mixed Use Corridor – General’ & ‘Residential – Medium Density’ and ‘Downtown Urban Centre’ & ‘Residential – Medium...

Municipal Class Environmental Assessment for Appleby Creek Flood Mitigation PIC

Posted on Wednesday, June 05, 2024 09:00 AM

Notice of Addendum and Public Open House  The Study 

The City of Burlington has partnered with Branthaven Homes, represented by R.J. Burnside & Associates Limited, to update the Municipal Class Environmental Assessment (MCEA) for the Appleby Creek Flood Mitigation project between Fairview Street and New Street. Since the original study was completed in 2019, changes in land use and proposed developments near the Fairview Street crossing have necessitated a review.  

Area Map The Process 

The Addendum to the 2019 Project File Report is being completed in accordance with the requirements of the MCEA process (Municipal Engineers Association, February 2024) which is an approved process under the Ontario Environmental Assessment Act. The Addendum contains the background and technical analysis of the revised hydraulic crossing of Fairview Street. The City is seeking comments on the proposed changes as outlined in the Addendum.   

Public Open House  

A Public Open House is planned to provide information...

Notice of Passing: Development Charges Background Study and Bylaw

Posted on Thursday, May 30, 2024 12:07 PM

NOTICE OF PASSING OF A MUNICIPAL-WIDE DEVELOPMENT CHARGES BYLAW BY THE CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF BURLINGTON

Development Charges Background Study and Bylaw

On May 21, 2024, City of Burlington Council passed Development Charges By-law 41-2024, which applies to all lands in the City of Burlington, under section 2(1) of the Development Charges Act, 1997, S.O. 1997, c.27, as amended. This establishes development charges for the City of Burlington and repeals By-law 29-2019, as amended by 26-2022.

By-law 41-2024 is effective as of June 1, 2024 and imposes uniform residential and non-residential development charges upon all lands within the boundaries of the City of Burlington as shown on the map. The schedule of development charges imposed by the bylaw is shown in Schedule A.

Development charges are levied against new developments and are a primary source of funding for development-related capital expenditures.

Any person or organization may appeal the development charge by-law to the Ontario...

Notice of Decision for Official Plan Amendment 132

Posted on Thursday, May 23, 2024 01:57 PM

With respect to an Official Plan Amendment
Subsection 17(34) of the Planning Act
Date of decision: May 21, 2024
Date of notice: May 23, 2024
Last date of appeal: June 12, 2024
A decision was made on the date noted above to approve Amendment No. 132 to the Official Plan of the City of Burlington. Purpose and effect of the Amendment The purpose of this Amendment is to redesignate the lands at 276, 284 and 292 Plains Rd East from “Residential” – Medium Density” to a site specific “Mixed Use Corridor – General” to permit a seven-storey residential apartment building on the subject lands.
Public consultation was conducted between Dec. 22, 2021, and May 6, 2024. As a result of public consultation, the City received thirteen comments and four delegations at the Statutory Public meeting held on Feb. 1, 2022 and two delegations at the Committee of the Whole meeting held on May 13, 2024. Comments received were considered as
part of Council’s decision-making process. When and how to file an appeal Any appeal...