Following the June 7, 2017 OMB decision that deemed the ClubLink application complete, under the provincial Planning Act, the town now has 120 days to consider and decide on the merits of the application for rezoning (October 5, 2017), and 180 days to consider and decide on the merits of the application for an official plan amendment (December 4, 2017). To review the applications, visit the Development Applications page.
A public information meeting was held on July 19, 2017 to allow ClubLink to present its applications to the public, and to gather public feedback concerning the applications.
A special meeting of Planning and Development Council is scheduled for September 26, 2017 to consider the Glen Abbey development applications. Register as a delegate to speak at the meeting by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Members of the public may also email written comments on the development application to email@example.com before the Town Council meeting on September 26.
Work also continues on the key planning studies identified under the town’s interim control by-law as essential to helping Council and staff assess the impact of the proposed Glen Abbey development:
August 15, 2017, the Heritage Oakville Advisory Committee approved a staff report recommending that the town proceed with a Notice of Intention to Designate the Glen Abbey property as a significant cultural heritage landscape under s. 29 of the Ontario Heritage Act. A staff report will be prepared for consideration by Town Council at the August 21, 2017 meeting, which will include the input received from Heritage Oakville. For details, visit our Cultural Heritage Landscape Strategy page.