An unprecedented video-linked joint session of Planning and Agricultural and Rural Affairs committees on the proposed expansion of the urban boundary took place this week. Public delegations were included on zoom, a first for City of Ottawa meetings. Many other residents followed via live-stream.
The City staff report on Growth Management projections that will guide future residential construction in Ottawa until 2046 was released last Friday, April 24, 2020.
A community meeting on the proposed development for 1050-1060 Bank Street was held on January 27, 2020 at the Firehall with almost 60 people in attendance. The development team addressed changes that were made to the design in response to resident comments made at the first Firehall meeting held in June 2019. They responded to questions and comments from residents on topics including materials, parking, the best entrance/exit street for the garage, height, and landscaping.
The application to the City is online and comments are requested by February 27, 2020.
We had noticed this sign on the West Coast Video building a little while ago, but the lack of a realtor's logo or any other branding made us wonder whether this was real or not. But on Friday February 14th Shawn Menard confirmed on Twitter that he's been talking to the owners' group and this might actually be happening...
The Planning, Infrastructure and Economic Development Department of the City of Ottawa offers the Planning Primer Program to help residents become more aware of, and more involved in, the land-use planning process. The program is a series of free half-day courses. The next course available: Planning Primer II.
The development team for the proposed six-storey apartment building at the corner of Bank and Aylmer (where Siam Kitchen, Boomerang Kids, and the Barley Mow are located currently) has made revisions to the design that was presented to our community back in June 2019. Come out and see what’s new!
OSCA's Planning and Zoning Committee has called on the City of Ottawa Agriculture and Rural Affairs and Planning Committees to be more cognizant of climate change and more clear about how its proposed policies would affect neighbourhoods in a submission to a joint meeting of the two bodies. There was little time given to review the new official plan and only five days allotted for public review and comment.
The Planning, Infrastructure and Economic Development Department offers the Planning Primer Program to help residents become more aware of, and more involved in, the land-use planning process. The program is a series of half-day courses.
Friday, December 6, 2019 (Offered in English) Healthy Communities