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Virtual Pre-Application Meeting for Salotto Building Group Inc. Proposed Development at 4375 Millcroft Park Dr. on Sept. 23

Salotto Building Group Inc 4375 Millcroft Park Drive

There is a virtual pre-application community meeting hosted by Salotto Building Group Inc. for its proposed development  at 4375 Millcroft Park Dr. in Ward 6 on Wednesday, Sept. 23 from 7-9 p.m.

A public notice for Pre-Application Meeting for 4375 Millcroft Park Dr. was mailed out to all property owners within 120 metres of the property. A copy of the notice is provided via the link above and further down this post.

The City of Burlington has set up a pre-application project webpage for this site at

No applications have been received and no decisions have been made. This is your chance to give your input help shape a future application.


To Owner/Occupant

Pre-Application Consultation Virtual Meeting

Salotto Building Group Inc. is hosting a virtual pre-application community meeting to present a Draft Plan of Subdivision for a vacant lot located at 4375 Millcroft Park Drive.

The proposal has the potential to create 30 single-detached dwelling lots taking into consideration the lotting pattern of the surrounding community and will introduce a new 18m public road in a crescent shape through the new subdivision with two access points on Millcroft Park Drive.

The proposal is consistent with the City of Burlington’s Official Plan and meets the City’s Zoning By-Law, currently zoned as R3.2. As a result, no Official Plan Amendment or Zoning By-Law Amendment is required.

No development application has been submitted to the City of Burlington at this time, and the City has not made any decisions on this proposal.

A virtual Pre-Application Community meeting has been scheduled to gain valuable feedback from the local community on the proposed development.

During this meeting, KLM Planning Partners Inc. on-behalf of Salotto Building Group Inc., will introduce the proposed development and City Staff will provide an overview of the development application review process. Representatives from Salotto Building Group Inc. will also be present to answer any questions.

There will be an opportunity for the public to ask questions or provide feedback/comments on the proposed development following the presentation. Ward 6 Councillor Angelo Bentivegna and Mayor Marianne Meed Ward will also be in attendance to hear your input.

Residents can subscribe to the proposed development’s webpage at to receive any updates regarding this proposal.

Comments and Questions for Salotto Building Group Inc. can be sent to the following:

Lisa La Civita

Salotto Building Group Inc. c/o Armland Group

(905) 660-3765, ext. 259

After the application has been submitted to the City, notice will be sent to residents within 120 meters of the site, and details of the application will be publicly available at:

At that stage residents can provide comments and questions to City Staff.

How to Join the Meeting 

The Virtual Pre-Application Community Meeting will take place:

Wednesday, Sept. 23, 2021
7-9 p.m.

Participate On-Line via Zoom:
Webinar ID: 849 6483 8557
(Internet connection required)

Participate by Telephone:
1-647-374-4685 (audio only)

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