Guest post from Carl Simpson & Anna-Marie Larsen who have been doing a great deal of communication, coordination, navigation and engagement with neighbours and the City of Waterloo on the ODC development, Spurline Common by Reid’s Homes (corner of Moore & Roger). You can find previous posts from 2017 & 2018 about the development here. … More Is participation in city-led planning processes a waste of time?
Hey everyone – Dinah Murdoch shared this message with neighbours and is passing it along here. This message below comes from a Facebook group — The 519 Community Collective — who are addressing food insecurity in the region. They have installed a community fridge at Cafe Pyrus Outpost on Roger and need a roster of … More Community Fridge coming to the neighbourhood
Over the past year or so we have heard lots of comments about the traffic situation in Mt. Hope/Breithaupt/Midtown, particularly due to the fact there has been a lot of development in our neighbourhood and residents are not sure about the impact this is having on the neighbourhood currently, and what impact it will have … More Neighbourhood Development Committee Meets with City of Kitchener to Raise Local Traffic Concerns
The City of Waterloo wants your feedback on plans for a park/playground in the new Spur Line Common development to be built at the corner of Roger & Moore. The City of Waterloo, GSP Group and Reid’s Heritage Homes are working together to build this new neighbourhood park on Roger Street in Waterloo. Please visit … More Park plan added to Spur Line Common Development
Mark you calendar for another online Public Consultation meeting regarding the Official Plan and Zoning By-law Amendment application by Shannondale Developments for 152 Shanley Street. The application is requesting relief from setbacks, parking and density requirements to permit an 8 storey building, including an internal parking structure, rooftop amenity terrace and a total of 172 … More Development proposal for 152 Shanley Street and Public Meeting