Clair-Maltby Secondary Plan

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Approved

After six years of research and planning, technical studies and extensive public engagement, Guelph City Council has approved an amendment to the Official Plan to incorporate the Clair-Maltby Secondary Plan. This land supports provincially-mandated growth targets and the City’s local growth management strategy. With strong ties to the City’s Strategic Plan, Guelph is future-ready with a plan that reflects Guelph’s values, is designed with an environment-first approach and pushes us closer on our Race To Zero.

About the Project

The City is proposing a secondary plan that supports the development of a vibrant, urban Clair-Maltby community designed to respect the Natural Heritage System and the Paris-Galt Moraine, following the City’s environment-first approach. The secondary plan reflects the vision and directions we developed with the community over the past four years and establishes the land use policy framework and infrastructure plans to develop the southernmost lands within the City.

Important Information

The MESP, studying stormwater, water, waste water and mobility servicing to the Clair-Maltby area, has been undertaken in accordance with the planning and design process for Schedule B projects as outlined in the Municipal Class Environmental Assessment document (October 2000, as amended in 2007, 2011 and 2015). The Class EA process to date has included public and agency consultation on the servicing alternatives.

Engagement Summary

Numerous and varied community engagement opportunities have been provided to stakeholders throughout the development of the Secondary Plan. The results of these opportunities have been considered in the various Committee and Council reports on key foundational material that received Council support leading to the development of the Official Plan Amendment. Please read a summary of all of the engagement activites.

Approved

After six years of research and planning, technical studies and extensive public engagement, Guelph City Council has approved an amendment to the Official Plan to incorporate the Clair-Maltby Secondary Plan. This land supports provincially-mandated growth targets and the City’s local growth management strategy. With strong ties to the City’s Strategic Plan, Guelph is future-ready with a plan that reflects Guelph’s values, is designed with an environment-first approach and pushes us closer on our Race To Zero.

About the Project

The City is proposing a secondary plan that supports the development of a vibrant, urban Clair-Maltby community designed to respect the Natural Heritage System and the Paris-Galt Moraine, following the City’s environment-first approach. The secondary plan reflects the vision and directions we developed with the community over the past four years and establishes the land use policy framework and infrastructure plans to develop the southernmost lands within the City.

Important Information

The MESP, studying stormwater, water, waste water and mobility servicing to the Clair-Maltby area, has been undertaken in accordance with the planning and design process for Schedule B projects as outlined in the Municipal Class Environmental Assessment document (October 2000, as amended in 2007, 2011 and 2015). The Class EA process to date has included public and agency consultation on the servicing alternatives.

Engagement Summary

Numerous and varied community engagement opportunities have been provided to stakeholders throughout the development of the Secondary Plan. The results of these opportunities have been considered in the various Committee and Council reports on key foundational material that received Council support leading to the development of the Official Plan Amendment. Please read a summary of all of the engagement activites.

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Pricy: https://guelph.ca/wp-content/uploads/CMSP-Fiscal-Impact-Analysis.pdf If this was a police station, Library or rec facility it wouldn't get built as the reason would be: too costly.

mapleheads 5 months ago
Page last updated: 18 May 2022, 07:58 AM