Our planning environment is increasingly complex, with multiple planning initiatives and revisions underway at both the Region and the City level. Further, the provincial planning context is frequently shifting. While development applications and planning reports contain much of this context, they can be challenging to work through and may not touch on every relevant aspect. … More Planning context for 134/152 Shanley proposal
You are invited to join our Ward 10 Councillor Sarah Marsh, some of the Shannondale crew (the developer) and City of Kitchener Staff for a Walkabout of the Electrohome site. Date – Tuesday, August 17, 2021 Time – anytime between 10 and 11:30 am Location – 134-152 Shanley Street NB – Covid guidelines apply (maintain … More Join a Walk-About of the Electrohome Development Site
There are plans to re-develop the corner of King/Pine Street across from Grand River Hospital (on what is basically an empty parking lot). The development requires rezoning approval. The proposed building is 26 floors primarily residential with commercial on the main floor. CANTIRO, the current owners of 890-900 King Street West, would like to invite you to … More Neighbourhood meeting for King Street and Pine Street redevelopment
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?
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