Proposed County Official Plan Amendment #11
Grey County initiated an amendment to our County Official Plan, Recolour Grey, to update our residential and employment growth forecasts and other housekeeping matters. Mapping and text changes were proposed to the Plan through Official Plan Amendment (OPA) # 11.
OPA#11 was adopted by Grey County Council at the October 13, 2022 session. Notice of the Adoption has been given as of this date and if no appeals are received within the 20-day appeal period, being no later than November 15, 2022, the decision will be final and the amendment will come into effect the following day. Once the amendment is in effect, it will form part of the County Official Plan.
You can learn more about the proposed changes in OPA#11 by downloading the following documents. We have also included links to the recently updated Growth Management Strategy, which is the basis for our growth updates.
Adopted Official Plan Amendment 11 - October 13, 2022 Documents
New and Revised Official Plan Amendment 11 - July 4, 2022 Documents
Proposed Official Plan Amendment - January 2022
Growth Management Study Documents
Current Official Plan
The current County Official Plan, Recolour Grey, can be found here: Recolour Grey County Official Plan 2019
A public meeting for OPA # 11 was held on February 3, 2022 at 1:30 p.m. You can watch a recording of the meeting on our YouTube Channel.
You can ask any questions on the adopted amendment via email to planning [at] grey.ca.
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If you would like to be notified of the decision on OPA # 11, please write to the County Planning department at the email or mailing address listed above. Please ensure your letters or emails specify that you are requesting notice on OPA # 11. We will add you to our contact list.
Please note: Under the authority of the Municipal Act, 2001 and in accordance with Ontario's Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (MFIPPA), all information provided for, or at a Public Meeting, Public Consultation, or other Public Process are considered part of the public record, including resident deputations. This information may be posted on the County website, and/or made available to the public upon request.