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Fri, 18 Jan 2013
P&D Council authorized the Mayor and Clerk to execute the Subdivision Agreement with Dundas Sixth-Line Developments Inc. for the lands located between Sixth Line and Post Road in the Uptown Core. The subdivision agreement sets out the financial obligations of the developer regarding construction, maintenance and assumption of the public infrastructure (roads, storm sewers, storm water management facilities, open space, etc.) associated with the development.
P&D Council approved the draft plan of condominium application submitted by Birchgrove Estates Inc. for 11 Bronte Road subject to various conditions. The application (known as “The Shores”) includes the development of a 10-storey mixed use building with 203 residential units, ground floor commercial space, and nine townhouse units. P&D Council authorized the release of the Heritage Easement Agreement from the lands following the completion of required works and requested that staff make necessary changes to the designating by-laws under the Ontario Heritage Act to protect the Glendella Inn, Bronte Police Station and Bronte Post Office. The Mayor and Clerk were authorized to execute an Interior Works Agreement, along with other agreements necessary to implement the conditions of draft approval.
P&D Council approved the removal of145 Burnhamthorpe Road West from the Heritage Register to allow for the demolition of all structures on the property. As part of a heritage easement agreement with the town, the owner will ensure that lakestone material and timbers from the property are salvaged to allow for incorporation into a new feature at a town-owned park.
P&D Council received a report from the Planning Services department regarding the Notice of Intention to Demolish for 387 Allan Street. Town staff identified some limited heritage value associated with the property however did not consider these associations strong enough to merit designation under Part IV of the Ontario Heritage Act.
P&D Council approved the application by William Oughtred and Associates to remove the Holding Provision “H” for the lands located at 171 Old Upper Middle Road, and passed By-law 2013-002 to remove the provision. All conditions regarding the removal of the “H” Holding Provision have been met.