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Virtual public meeting for Picton Heights development on Nov. 16

November 8, 2021

A virtual public information meeting will take place on Tuesday, November 16 at 7 pm regarding the planning applications 13-T-20-505 and Z59-20 (Picton Heights).

Through a Draft Plan of Subdivision, the applicant is proposing to create a subdivision with 439 separately conveyable residential units and 86 residential rental units. The subdivision as proposed would be comprised of the following:

  • 294 three-storey stacked back-to-back townhouse units
  • 84 three-storey apartment units
  • 72 three-storey on-street townhouse units
  • 54 two-storey stacked back-to-back townhouse units
  • 16 semi-detached and 2 single-detached dwellings.

The subdivision includes the creation of a municipal road through centre of the subject lands. View the site plan for the proposed subdivision.

The application was originally submitted in September 2020. There was a public meeting in February 2021. Following the public meeting staff provided comments based on the consultation. The applicants have submitted a revised proposal in response to the comments received.

Materials for each of the above applications can be viewed on the County website at

How to participate

Members of the public who wish to attend the virtual public information meeting must register by contacting James Griffin by noon on Monday, November 15. The meeting will be held virtually on Microsoft Teams. If you have any questions regarding accessing Microsoft Teams, please contact Mr. Griffin at the email address above.

New Planning Application Process

This public meeting is an information meeting only. Public information meetings are held as part of the new planning application process.

At a public information meeting, the proponent/agent will present the proposal. If members of the public would like to ask questions or make comments, they will be able to do so after the presentation by the applicant.

The statutory public meeting required under the Planning Act will be a Planning Committee meeting and would only be held after the public information meeting and when the assigned County planner has completed an analysis of the project.

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