Development proposed for Superstore property

1 05 2016

(Excerpt from Councillor Leiper’s Newsletter #49)

The Loblaws real estate income trust is offering a pre-application open house to show a major development they’re proposing for the Byron side of the Superstore parking lot at 190 Richmond Road. We don’t yet have renderings, but the proposal is basically for a six-storey residential building – rentals focused on seniors – that would wrap around the Byron-Kirkwood corner. The open house will be on May 4, from 6:30-8:30 at the Churchill Seniors Centre. As soon as we have the materials, I’ll have a post up. On a related note, I’ve retained Milieu, a prototype online platform for engaging residents in urban planning, to help us provide a richer consultation as this proposal moves through the process. Stay tuned!





ROSEMOUNT LIBRARY: Let YOUR voice be heard!

9 04 2016

Renovate, Expand or Move?      Public Community Consultations at:

Hintonburg Community Centre – 1064 Wellington

Saturday, April 16 (11:30-2)  OR  Tuesday, April 19 (6:30-9)

Child care available

SIGN the STATEMENT OF SUPPORT  at:      www.readrosemount.ca

SPREAD THE WORD and Help your friends, neighbours and community connections get involved.





Public Information Session: Improved Alignment Cleary Station – April 14th, 2016

6 04 2016

The public is invited to attend an information session on the LRT alignment change on April 14, 2016, at Notre Dame High School.  

 The purpose of this information session is to engage and obtain input from property owners, businesses and residents affected by this potential change in the location of Cleary Station. Stakeholder feedback and information will then be included in a report that will go to the City’s Finance and Economic Development Committee (FEDCO) on May 3, 2016, and then rise to City Council on May 11, 2016, for final approval.

 What: Public Information Session – Improved Alignment Cleary Station

When: Thursday April 14, 2016 at 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM

Where: Notre Dame High School, 710 Broadview Ave

 For more information, please feel free to contact the Stage 2 Project Office at stage2@ottawa.ca.





Byron Avenue Traffic Calming Design

11 03 2016

The City is considering improvements to Byron Avenue (Sherbourne Road to Island Park Drive) to improve conditions for all road users.

Tell the City what you think!

Complete the feedback questionnaire by May 25, 2016. A public meeting will be held in June 2016 to tell you what we heard and discuss design options.

Beyond the Byron corridor, the city is also looking for feedback on the concept of advisory lanes, the more responses they get, the more informed their decisions will be with respect to their potential consideration in other locations.

There will be future public meetings on this issue – we will post those details once available.

Should you have any questions or would like more information, please contact the project manager:

Justin Swan
City of Ottawa – Transportation Planning Branch
Email: justin.swan@ottawa.ca
613-580-2424 Ext. 21636





Leiper’s Campfire – Sunday March 13th 5:30-8:00pm – Winston Square

8 03 2016

The campfire is happening this Sunday, March 13 from 5:30-8:00pm at Winston Square. There will be hot cocoa and s ‘mores, just bring your own roasting stick! We hope to see you there. And please feel free to spread the word. We heard a lot of people were disappointed when we canceled the previous event, so we would love the chance to make that up for them!

Event image is below.

FinalCampfire

 





Barn Swallow Survey – Participation Request

29 02 2016

Nature Canada, a national charitable organization based in Ottawa, is currently leading a project focused on Barn Swallow conservation and stewardship in the Ottawa region. One of the project objectives is to identify key local nesting and feeding areas for Barn Swallows, a species listed as Threatened under Ontario’s Endangered Species Act. To help achieve this, you are invited to participate in a short survey on local observations of Barn Swallows.
The survey is available here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/Ottawa_Barn_Swallows

More details can be found here: Community Associations Survey Invitation

 





Community meeting – development of 404 Eden Avenue

14 02 2016

404 Eden Avenue

Re-Zoning / Site Plan Control Application

There is a re-zoning application to change the zoning from a R3 Residential zone to a R4 Residential Zone to allow for the construction of a low rise apartment building at 404 Eden Avenue.

The developer will be applying for a re-zoning and site plan control application in conjunction in March 2016.  The low rise apartment building will have 13 units with 9 underground parking spaces which will be accessed by Elvis Lives Lane, located between the property and 300 Richmond Road.  The units range from 1, 2 and 3 bedroom units, which include large living spaces and offices/dens with the majority approximately 800 to 1000 sq.ft.

The maximum height permitted on the site is 11m, the developer is proposing a 4 storey building at 12.5m, with the fourth floor setback from the building edge and located at the North of the building to create a transition between 300 Richmond and the residential neighbourhood.

The developer would like to invite you to a community meeting where you can view the proposed design and discuss the application.

Location: Westboro Seniors Centre, 345 Richmond Road

Date: Tuesday, February 16th

Time: 6:30pm








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