A massive development may just see the light of day in the town of Oakville.
At a recent (June 10, 2019) planning and development council meeting, council passed a proposed zoning by-law amendment pertaining to a substantial development project.
The application surrounding this project was initially submitted by Oakville Green Developments Inc.
If the application moves forward, according to a recent news release from the town, this would permit four 15-storey buildings that would consist of a hotel and conference centre, a medical office, a retirement home and commercial building with ground floor retail.
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The development, according to the town of Oakville, would be located on the northeast corner of Dundas Street West and Third Line.
“Council has fully considered all the written and oral submissions relating to this matter and those comments have been appropriately addressed,” reads the release.
According to the planning and development meeting minutes, the recommendation for the zoning by-law amendment and draft plan of subdivision applications to be approved was moved by Councillor Jasvinder Sandhu.
Councillor Allan Elgar and Cathy Duddeck voted against this recommendation.
Although council did decide to pass the zoning by-law amendment, the full approval of the development is not set in stone.
And anyone who wishes to file for a notice of appeal, must do so before July 8, 2019.
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What do you think of this application moving forward?