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Six new development applications in Ward 2; public meetings March 7, 27; April 12, 17; May 1, 16

The city has received six new development applications in Ward 2, outlined below with dates of public meetings, where scheduled, and links to the city pages outlining more details about the proposals.

More detailed review of each application, along with My Take, will follow in future posts.

1. 1335-1355 Plains Rd East

Proposed Development

The applications propose the redevelopment of the site into nine standard townhouse units along the northern half of the site, 17 back-to-back townhouse units on the southern half of the property and 12 back-to-back townhouse units on the eastern side of the property for a total of 38 units.

Neighbourhood Meeting

Date:  March 7, 2018
Time:  7 p.m.
Place: The Salvation Army,
Burlington Community Church
2090 Prospect St
Burlington, ON

For more information contact:

Lola Emberson
lola.emberson@burlington.ca
905-335-7600, ext. 7427

View renderings and detailed information here

2. 2082, 2086 and 2090 James St

Proposed Development

The redevelopment proposes an 18 storey condominium apartment building consisting of 153 residential units. The 18th floor will consist of the mechanical units and two penthouse suites. The site is approximately 0.23 hectares in size with frontage on James Street and Martha Street

Neighbourhood Meeting

Date:   March 27, 2018
Time:   7 p.m.
Place:  Art Gallery of Burlington, 1333 Lakeshore Rd

For more information contact:

Lola Emberson
lola.emberson@burlington.ca
905-335-7600, ext. 7427

View renderings and detailed information here

3. 409 Brant St.; 444,448 and 450 John St; 2002 and 2012 James St

Proposed Development

The purpose of the application is to amend the Official Plan and Zoning Bylaw to permit a 24 storey building, including 23 stories of residential and a one storey roof top amenity area.

The proposed building would include:

  • 597 square metres of ground floor commercial and 227 residential units
  • five (5) levels of underground parking
  • car access from John Street
  • commercial units with front windows facing onto Brant Street, James Street and John Street.

For a more complete summary, visit the article and video on this project here:

Residents warned us, now it’s here: 24 storey application for south side Brant & James

Video: Second tower application opposite Burlington’s city hall submitted; best mid-sized city deserves a better plan

Neighbourhood Meeting

Date:   Tues. May 1, 2018
Time:   7 p.m.
Place:  Burlington Lion’s Club 471 Pearl Street

For more information contact:

Suzanne McInnes
suzanne.mcinnes@burlington.ca
905-335-7600, ext. 7555

View renderings and other detailed information here

4. Site Address: 2087-2103 Prospect Street

Proposed Development

Official Plan Amendment and Zoning By-law Amendment to allow for the construction of two blocks of stacked townhouses, each containing 25 rental housing units (50 housing units). The 2 existing fourplex buildings (8 housing units) will be demolished.The 8 storey apartment building will remain.

Neighbourhood Meeting

Date:   April 12, 2018
Time:   7 p.m.
Place:  TBC

For more information contact:

Suzanne McInnes
suzanne.mcinnes@burlington.ca
905-335-7600, ext. 7555

View renderings and detailed information here

5. 2130 and 2136 New Street

Proposed Development

Zoning By-law amendment applications to permit six single detached dwellings fronting onto a private condominium road.

Neighbourhood Meeting

Tentative Date:   April 17, 2018
Time:   7 p.m.
Place:  TBC

For more information contact:

Melissa Morgan
Melissa.Morgan@burlington.ca
Phone: 905-335-7600, ext. 7788

View renderings and detailed information here

6. 2421 & 2431 New Street

Proposed Development

Official Plan and Zoning By-law amendments to allow two, joined 11 storey residential buildings. Building One (west side of property) is proposed to be a 223 unit retirement residence. Building Two (east side of property) is proposed to be a 139 unit residential condominium.

Neighbourhood Meeting

Date:   Wed. May 16, 2018
Time:   7 p.m.
Place:  Burlington Seniors’ Centre, Port Nelson & Wellington Rooms, 2285 New St.

For more information contact:

Suzanne McInnes
suzanne.mcinnes@burlington.ca
905-335-7600, ext. 7555

View renderings and detailed information here

For a complete list on ongoing development applications in Ward 2, visit: Ward 2 applications

For a city-wide list of development applications, divided by ward, visit: Current Development Projects – Burlington

Written by Marianne Meed Ward

A Better Burlington began in 2006 after my neighbours said they felt left out of city decisions, learning about them only after they’d been made.

As journalist for 22 years, I thought “I can do something about that” and a website and newsletter were born. They’ve taken various forms and names over the years, but the intent remains: To let you know what’s happening at City Hall before decisions are made, so you can influence outcomes for A Better Burlington.

The best decisions are made when elected representatives tap the wisdom of our community members, and welcome many different perspectives.This site allows residents to comment and debate with each other; our Commenting Guidelines established in 2016 aim to keep debate respectful.

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  1. These development plans will change Burlington’s downtown core, and not for the better. I have yet to hear anyone outline how those of us living downtown will be able to reach our residences via downtown roads. Anyone who has to travel south on Brant St, especially during rush hours, knows what I mean.

  2. Eric/Paul – Marianne is the only one in council who ALWAYS listens to the residents, perhaps you should address those remarks to the Mayor and others, they are the majority that got us to were we are today.(and the planning department).

  3. Ms Mead Ward who lives in Burlington? OMB voting members or the residents of Burlington.
    You and the members of council should listen to the residents we are the people that live there.
    I’m on my way to take a picture of he lake before the veiw is blocked.

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