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Pre-Application Virtual Community Meeting for 1134-1167 Plains Rd. E. on Oct. 1

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*Please see below a public notice regarding a pre-application neighbourhood meeting that went out from Molinaro Group: Molinaro Group-1134-1167 Plains rd notice.

Pre-application Consultation Virtual Meeting

Molinaro Group is hosting a virtual pre-application community meeting to discuss a proposal to develop two 20 and 25 storey residential towers and podium at 1134 Plains Road East with 426 units, and two 30 and 35 storey residential towers and podium at 1167 Plains Road East with 733 units. They also will discuss their proposal for preservation of Davids Homestead heritage site in the centre of the phase 2 which will be relocated to have maximum exposure at the corner of Plains Road East and Fairview street.

No applications have been received and no decision has been made by the City. Public comments may be directed to the applicant at this time. Once a complete application has been received the public will be notified, and comments will be received by city staff.

The Pre-Application Community Meeting will take place:
Date:Monday, Oct. 1, 2020
Time:7-9 p.m.
Participate Online via Zoom:https://zoom.us/j/91867482510

(Internet connection required – Zoom User Guide available at www.burlington.ca/1134plains)

Webinar ID: 918 6748 2510

Participate by Telephone:1-647-374-4685

(audio only)

As shown on the attached concept drawings, the two residential sites that are being considered for development are as follow:

  • Phase 1: 1167 Plains Rd
  • Phase 2: 1134 Plains Rd

This Consultation meeting is the first step in a comprehensive review of the draft proposal. The purpose of the consultation meeting is for Molinaro Group to address key questions and obtain community feedback prior to the submission of any development applications.

During the meeting, Molinaro Group will provide an overview of the proposal and City Staff will provide an overview of the development application review process and how the public can be involved. There will also be a question and answer component about the various aspects of the proposal and the planning process. Mayor, Marianne Meed-Ward, the Councillors in this case, Ward 1 Councillor Kelvin Galbraith and Ward 2 Councillor Lisa Kearns will be in attendance to listen to the discussion.

Meeting Agenda:

  1. Welcome and Introductions
  2. Introductory comments by Mayor Marianne Meed Ward , Ward 1 Councillor Kelvin Galbraith and Ward 2 Councillor Lisa Kearns
  3. City Planning Staff Presentation on the Planning Process (information on the planning process can be found at www.burlington.ca/en/services-for-you/burlington-planning-process.asp)
  4. Molinaro Group Presentation on the Development Proposal
  5. Comments and Questions & Answers with the public.

After the event, additional comments, questions, and feedback for Molinaro Group can be directed to Ed Fothergill: edf@nas.net or 905-577-1077.

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VIEW OF SITE FACING EAST

*Posted by John Bkila, Mayor’s Media and Digital Communications Specialist

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4 thoughts on “Pre-Application Virtual Community Meeting for 1134-1167 Plains Rd. E. on Oct. 1”

  1. What’s my take- there is enough traffic in this area already!! Putting 733 units would be ridiculous. Then again these “groups” like Adi and Molinaro don’t live here, so it doesn’t affect their daily lives.

  2. What about the increased amount of traffic? Traffic is a problem everywhere in town. The developer sells building and leaves the problems with us the citizens. Where is the open space around it? I hope the mayor can follow up with her pledge to us.

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