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Thu, 15 Feb 2018
Take notice that pursuant to section 34 of the Ontario Heritage Act, Oakville Town Council on February 12, 2018 resolved to refuse the application for consent to the demolition/removal of the existing golf course at 1313 and 1333 Dorval Drive in its entirety other than the RayDor Estate house and the main stable building and two adjacent sheds.
Note: Town Council’s decision and this notice are subject to court order and pending court proceedings. The town considered and responded to this application under section 34 of the Ontario Heritage Act on its heritage and planning merits without prejudice to its position that the application is not a valid section 34 application, as described in pending court proceedings scheduled to be heard by the court in July 2018. Under the court order, any appeal to the Ontario Municipal Board from the town’s refusal will not proceed until after the final determination of the court proceedings, and only if the property owner is successful at court.
If the owner of the property objects to this refusal, it must give notice of appeal to the Ontario Municipal Board and the Town Clerk within 30 days of the day the property owner received notice of Town Council’s decision. Notice of Appeal should be directed to the Town Clerk, 1225 Trafalgar Road, Oakville, Ontario
L6J 5A6 and the Ontario Municipal Board.
Any inquiries on the town decision may be directed to Susan Schappert, Heritage Planner at 905-845-6601 ext. 3870 or by email at email@example.com. For more information on the court proceedings, please refer to the legal report found on our Glen Abbey Information page.