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The final study report (pdf), along with a recommendation report for an official plan amendment (OPA) to implement the study’s recommendations, was presented to Planning and Development Council on March 17, 2014.
This study will examine land uses and identify opportunities for intensification and redevelopment along Trafalgar Road between Midtown Oakville and the Uptown Core.
The Livable Oakville Plan states that the lands on either side of Trafalgar Road, between the QEW and Dundas Street, should be studied to identify:
The Trafalgar Road Corridor Planning Study will:
The study area (pdf) is focused along Trafalgar Road between the QEW and Dundas Street. Large, underutilized, properties with frontage on Trafalgar Road have the greatest potential for change. Portions of the adjacent neighbourhoods, which have less potential for change, are included in the study area for context. Key sites within the study area include Oakville Place, Town Hall, Sheridan College and commercial plazas along Trafalgar Road.
In Oakville, most of Trafalgar Road is a Regional Road under the jurisdiction of Halton Region. The region’s ongoing Trafalgar Road Corridor Study (Oakville) – Environmental Assessment Study is about Trafalgar Road from Cornwall Road to Highway 407. That study is looking at a number of road improvement alternatives including widening and reconstructing the road, improving intersections, high occupancy vehicle (HOV) lanes and the impacts of such improvements on the social and natural environments. Comments about the road should be directed to Halton Region.
Council received the Study Terms of Reference (pdf) on February 4, 2013.
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Over 60 people attended the first open house to learn about the study and share their ideas about intensification opportunities and challenges along Trafalgar Road between the QEW and Dundas Street. You may submit your comments about development to: email@example.com
Open House 2 – October 23, 2013 (pdf)
Sixteen residents attended the second open house to learn more about the study, provide feedback on the key opportunity sites and share ideas on future land uses and built form along the Trafalgar Road corridor.
Diane Childs, Manager, Policy Planning
Planning Services Department
905-845-6601, ext. 3986