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Virtual Pre-Application Meeting for Mattwood Homes Proposed Development at 2306 Orchard Rd on Dec. 1

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There is a virtual pre-application community meeting for Mattwood Homes’ proposed Zoning By-law amendment at 2306 Orchard Rd. on Tuesday, Dec. 1, 2020 from 7-9 p.m.

A public notice for 2306 Orchard Rd. was mailed out to all property owners within 120 metres of the property. A copy of the notice is provided via the link and further down this post.

The City of Burlington has set up a pre-application project webpage for this site at www.burlington.ca/2306orchard.

PUBLIC NOTICE:

Mattwood Homes
PO Box 91522 RPO Roseland Plaza
Burlington ON L7R 4L6

To Owner/Occupant

Pre-application Consultation Virtual Meeting

Mattwood Homes is hosting a virtual pre-application community meeting to discuss a proposal to rezone a property at 2306 Orchard Avenue which has previously been used as a pet boarding facility and detached dwelling to establish a residential zoning which is the same as surrounding properties. A small portion of the site will be placed into an Open Space zone and dedicated to the City.

No application has 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 existing site will remain in its current condition, as shown on the attached survey plan,. There is no new development proposed with this application. The intent is to change the zoning from D (Development)” to RO3 (Residential – Low Density) and O2 (Open Space). The RO3 zone allows single family dwellings, semi-detached
dwellings and townhouse units. The form of redevelopment has not yet been determined. It Is not part of this application. If the site is to be changed at a later date, there will be a requirement for a separate application at that time.

Until such time as a future application to change the site is brought forward, this rezoning application will allow one single family dwelling on the subject property.

During the meeting, Mattwood Homes 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 and Ward 5 Councillor Paul Sharman will be in attendance to listen to the discussion.

The Virtual Pre-Application Community Meeting will take place:
Date:Tuesday, Dec. 1, 2020
Time:7-9 p.m.
Participate Online via Zoom:https://zoom.us/j/95307711911

(Internet connection required – Zoom User Guide available at burlington.ca/2306orchard)

Webinar ID: 953 0771 1911

Participate by Telephone:1-647-374-4685

(audio only)

Meeting Agenda:

  1. Welcome and Introductions;
  2. Introductory comments by Mayor Marianne Meed Ward and Ward 5 Councillor Paul Sharman;
  3. City Planning Staff Presentation on the Planning Process (more information on the planning process can be found at www.burlington.ca/en/services-for-you/burlington-planning-process.asp);
  4. Mattwood Homes Presentation on the Development Proposal;
  5. Comments and Questions & Answers with the public.

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

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