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Strategic Planning and Studies

Strategic Planning and Studies

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Affordable / Attainable Housing Strategy

County planning staff partnered with students from the University of Guelph in the Spring of 2018 to look at key affordable and attainable housing issues common in rural communities and to provide recommendations in order to further implement planning policies and better inform a local housing strategy for Grey County. 

Affordable / Attainable Housing Strategy

Age-Friendly Communities Strategy and Action Plan

The AFC Strategy and Action Plan will design a roadmap guiding the corporation to help ensure the decisions and actions reflect the needs of everyone, from youth to seniors and people with disabilities.

Age-Friendly Communities Strategy and Action Plan

Climate Change Action Plan - Going Green in Grey

Grey County has declared a climate emergency and adopted Going Green in Grey: Climate Change Action Plan 2022-2050.

Going Green in Grey

Corporate Strategic Plan

Grey County's Corporate Strategic Plan sets the priorities and goals for the County, as guided by Grey County Council.  

Corporate Strategic Plan

Growth Management Study

The Grey County Growth Management Strategy uses recent statistics and trends to predict what residential growth and employment will look like over 25 years. 

Growth Management Study

Housing and Homelessness Plan

The County of Grey Housing and Homelessness Plan encompasses the entire housing continuum including homelessness prevention, transitional and emergency housing, supportive housing, rent geared to income housing, private rental housing and affordable homeownership.

Housing and Homelessness Plan

Minimum Agricultural Lot Size Study

Based on the changing nature of farming, Grey County completed an Agricultural Lot Size Study to review farm lot sizes and determine if they are appropriate. 

Minimum Agricultural Lot Size Study

Natural Heritage Study

This study identifies key natural areas and linkages and recommends policies related to these important features. 

Natural Heritage Study

On-Farm Business Policy Review

Grey County strives to enact on-farm business policies that encourage development in ways that don’t negatively impact agriculture or neighbouring farms.

On-Farm Business Policy Review

Grey County

Situated two hours north of Toronto, Grey County offers beauty you can’t get in the city, along with a lifestyle that is more relaxed and family oriented.

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