A site plan application has been submitted for the lands South of Airport Road, East of Homestead Drive & West of Upper James Street in Mount Hope.

The applicant is proposing the development of a 600m two storey commercial office building, along with 167 Townhouse dwellings consisting of two and three storey designs. With respect to parking, 59 visitor parking spaces is being proposed for the townhouse dwellings and 22 spaces and one loading space are proposed for the commercial office building.

Please note this plan has been altered to reduce the overall units by 30 and also

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Development Application for Mount Hope

A site plan application has been submitted for the lands South of Airport Road, East of Homestead Drive & West of Upper James Street in Mount Hope.

The applicant is proposing the development of a 600m two storey commercial

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Red Hill Valley Parkway Northbound to Re-Open This Afternoon

Construction on the northbound (downbound) lanes of the Red Hill Valley Parkway (RHVP) is nearing completion.

Re-opening of the northbound lanes will occur slowly in stages beginning mid-day today, June 12. Ramps at the north end of the parkway

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Committee of Adjustments for Minor Variance on Approved 6 Storey Building in Binbrook

There is an APPROVED application for a 6 storey mixed use residential building at 3435 Binbrook Road. This application is coming to the Committee of Adjustments on Thursday June 27th at City Hall for a minor variance to permit the

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Planning & Building Staff Available in Glanbrook

There are now both planning and building staff available to assist you at the Glanbrook Municipal Service Centre (4280 Binbrook Road, across the parking lot from the arena) every Tuesday from 1pm – 4:30pm. If you have a question about

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Mount Hope Community Park Grass Maintenance

Due to a very rainy Spring combined with some grading issues, Mount Hope Community Park is experiencing flooding problems which has delayed grass maintenance in the park. Because the water is sitting the ground remains wet making the use of

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