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The Blue Mountains

61 Alfred Street West Subdivision - The Blue Mountains

Date Posted: February - 2020

Description: The purpose and effect of the plan of subdivision is to create fourteen (14) lots on a new internal cul-de-sac road. Some of the lots will be further sub-divided later through Part-lot Control, resulting in nineteen (19) total lots. There will be five semi-detached lots yielding 10 residential units and two blocks of row housing yielding 9 units. The proposed subdivision would be serviced by municipal water and sewer services. The purpose of the zoning by-law amendment is to rezone the subject lands from the Development (D) zone to the R1-2 and R2 zones, to permit the development of semi-detached and townhouse dwellings. Please note that currently the property falls under the Town of Thornbury Zoning By-law 10-77, and this amendment would bring the property into conformity with the Town’s new Comprehensive Zoning By-law 2018-65.

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Abbotts - The Blue Mountains

Date Posted: December - 2019

Description: The purpose of this plan of subdivision application known as the Abbotts Subdivision (County file number 42T-2019-02) is to create lots for 22 semi-detached residential dwellings.  The draft plan seeks to create 11 lots that would be further divided into 22 lots, through Part-Lot Control at a later time. Access to the lots would be from extensions of Bay Street West and Victoria Street North.  The new road extensions are proposed to be a one-way road. The proposed subdivision would be serviced by municipal water and sewer services.  An associated zoning by-law amendment application is also being processed by the Town of The Blue Mountains.  The effect of the zoning by-law amendment (Town file number P2832) application is to rezone the subject lands from the Residential One (R1-1) zone to the Residential Two (R2) zone to permit the semi-detached dwellings.

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Aquavil (Former Craigleith Village) - The Blue Mountains

Date Posted: December - 2019

Description: The County has received a proposed redline revision application to amend parts of the existing Draft Approved Plan 42T-2012-03 (formerly known as Craigleith Village/Terrasan).  The Town of The Blue Mountains has also received an official plan amendment application and a zoning by-law amendment application related to the proposed revisions to the draft approved plan.  The Aquavil development has existing land-use planning approvals including local Official Plan policies, Zoning By-law provisions and an approved Draft Plan of Subdivision that is subject to a number of conditions.  The current approvals enable the development of up to 340 dwelling units and 9,100 sq.m of commercial uses spread over an 'East Neighbourhood' and a 'West Neighbourhood'.  The new planning applications would adjust the previous planning approvals to reflect a revised development concept plan for the 'West Neighbourhood' portion of the Aquavil development.  The proposed revised development concept includes:Retention of the Provincially Significant Wetland designations and zones as per the current draft approved plan234 dwelling units comprising of 176 low rise condominium dwellings; 20 semi-detached dwellings; 36 townhouse dwellings and 2 single detached dwellings.Retention of the single detached dwelling zone on the west side of Brophy’s Lane.Retention of the seniors building site on the west side of Brophy’s Lane.Refinements to the west boundary of the Hazard (H) zone reflecting updated engineering and environmental studies.Deletion of the C6 commercial zone.Provision of a recreation centre for the residents of the development, andModified Hazard (H) zone provisions at the shoreline, and retention of lands for the use of the residents of the development.

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Blue Vista - The Blue Mountains

Date Posted: May - 2019

Description: The County has received a plan of subdivision application known as the Blue Vista Subdivision (County file number 42T-2019-01) that proposes to create a total of 133 lots for a total of up to 180 residential dwellings. A mixture of single detached and semi-detached dwellings are proposed. Access to the lots would be from a series of new roads connecting to Grey Road 21 and through the Second Nature development to Grey Road 19. Blocks are also being created for open space, parkland and environmental protection areas. Servicing to the proposed subdivision will be via municipal water and sewer services.  A zoning by-law amendment application has also been received by the Town of The Blue Mountains is to rezone the subject lands to implement the proposed plan of subdivision. 

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Clarksbury (Georgian Glen) - The Blue Mountains - The Blue Mountains

Date Posted: May - 2017

Description: The purpose of the proposed Draft Plan of Subdivision application and the Zoning By-law Amendment application (submitted to the Town) is to obtain approval to develop 54 single detached residential lots. A previous Draft Plan of Subdivision (42T-2002-06 - Georgian Glen) was draft approved in 2005 for the subject lands which has lapsed.  The previous draft approved plan consisted of a total of 60 residential units (44 single detached and 16 townhouses).  The  proposed subdivision plan replaces the 16 townhouses draft approved previously with single detached dwellings. The proposed plan includes the existing Street 'A' and the completion of Street 'B' which was partially constructed in 2008.  The lands are municipally known as 828453 Grey Road 40, located in Camperdown, Town of The Blue Mountains. The subject lands possess a total area of approximately 11.67 hectares (28.8 acres), with frontage on both Grey County Road 40 and Woodland Park Road.

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Eden Oak - The Blue Mountains

Date Posted: June - 2016

Description: Proposed plan of subdivision to permit 194 residential units.  Currently under appeal to the Ontario Municipal Board.

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Long Point Road Subdivision - The Blue Mountains

Date Posted: November - 2018

Description: The County has received a plan of subdivision application known as the Long Point Road Subdivision (County file number 42T-2018-14) to create a total of 22 single detached residential units. Access to the lots would be from a new road connecting to Long Point Road. Two blocks are also being created to facilitate possible future north-south road accesses. Servicing to the proposed subdivision will be via municipal water and sewer services.The proposed development also requires a zoning by-law amendment to the Town of The Blue Mountains.  The purpose and effect of the proposed zoning by-law amendment application is to rezone the lands from the Rural Estate Residential (RERa) zone to the Residential (R1) zone in the current Township of Collingwood Zoning By-law 83-40 to facilitate the development of 22 single detached residential units.

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Lora Bay Phase 4 - The Blue Mountains

Date Posted: October - 2018

Description: The County has received a plan of subdivision application known as Lora Bay Phase 4 (County file number 42T-2018-10) to create a total of 38 single detached residential units and a future development block (Block 39) for multi-residential units.  The proposal would be to develop Block 39 through a future condominium application and site plan application that could include an additional thirty-six (36) residential multi-attached units proposed within three (3) separate three (3) storey, twelve (12) unit buildings.  Access to the lots would be via two public roads, one would be an extension of West Ridge Drive and the second road would be a crescent shown as Street A of the proposed plan.  Servicing to the proposed subdivision will be via municipal water and sewer services.

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Monterra Phase 2 Redline Revisions - The Blue Mountains

Date Posted: January - 2018

Description: Draft approved Plan of Subdivision 42T-89009 (Monterra Phase 2) was originally draft approved on July 19, 1990 and revised on February 25, 1999.  The current draft approved plan which is situated on the southwest corner of Grey Road 21 and Monterra Road consists of 32 single detached lots and a multi-residential block.  The subject lands are described as Part of Lot 18, Concession 1, geographic Township of Collingwood, Town of The Blue Mountains.  The County has received proposed redline revisions to the draft plan which propose changes to the lot layout of the 32 single detached lots and would eliminate the multi-residential block.  The proposed changes to the draft plan are to accommodate requested adjustments to the stormwater management.

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Parkbridge - Craigleith - The Blue Mountains

Date Posted: January - 2017

Description: A revised submission has been sent to the Town of The Blue Mountains and the County with a revised site plan proposing to create 211 units at Part of Lot 21, Concession 2 in the Town of The Blue Mountains.  The files associated with the revised submission can be found below and are identified as 'Revised Submission'.

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Richpark Homes Subdivision - The Blue Mountains

Date Posted: July - 2020

Description: The County has received a plan of subdivision application known as Richpark Homes (County file number 42T-2020-04) that proposes to create a single block subdivision in order to utilize Part Lot Control provisions under the Planning Act to implement a site plan that has been approved by the Town of The Blue Mountains.  The approved site plan created a total of 2 single detached dwellings and 22 semi-detached dwellings.  The intent is to create Parcels of Tied Land (POTL’s) using the Part Lot Control provisions under the Planning Act and then create a common element condominium for the proposed road and the open space lands to the south through a future condominium exemption application process.A zoning by-law amendment application has also been submitted to the Town of The Blue Mountains in order to reflect the type of condominium.  Current zoning by-law provisions treat building setbacks as if the condominium is one single property notwithstanding that 24 dwelling units are to be built.  Therefore, to implement a common elements condominium type development, the existing zoning provisions requires a minor adjustment in the wording to recognize that the proposed common element lands within this zone shall be considered to be one contiguous lot.

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Ridge Estates - The Blue Mountains

Date Posted: November - 2018

Description: The County has received a plan of subdivision application and related condominium application known as Ridge Estates (County file number 42T-2018-13A & 42-CDM-2018-13B) that proposes to create a total of 31 single detached residential units.  An associated draft plan of condominium has also been submitted to create an 8 metre wide private road allowance as well as a private recreational facility on proposed Block 32.  Access to the lots would be from the private condominium road that would connect to George McRae Road.  Servicing to the proposed subdivision will be via municipal water and sewer services.

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Rompsen Camperdown - Revised Submission - The Blue Mountains

Date Posted: October - 2018

Description: The County of Grey has received a revised submission for the above noted proposed plan of subdivision.  The proposed revised Plan of Subdivision is now proposing to create a total of thirty-three (33) single detached lots.  The proposed revisions include removing previously proposed Lot 19 and replacing with an open space block (Block 4) to retain some of the wetlands.  Lot numbers and block numbers have changed as a result of the removal of Lot 19 and the addition of Block 4.  A proposed revised plan and supporting documents have been submitted with the revised submission and can be found below.

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Second Nature (Monterra South) Major Redline Revisions - The Blue Mountains - The Blue Mountains

Date Posted: June - 2017

Description: The applicants are proposing a major plan revision to amend the approved Draft Plan for Subdivision 42T-94004, known as Second Nature Phase 2 (Monterra South).  The revision proposes a revised road pattern and lot layout, referred to as a redlined revision.  In order to achieve these revisions an amendment to the zoning by-law is required from the Town of The Blue Mountains.  The redline revision proposes to increase the number of single detached units from 151 to 179 within Phase 2.  The applicant is also proposing a change to the Private Recreation block on the current draft approved plan.  The proposal is to reconfigure and rezone the Private Recreational block (Block 154) to residential.  Similar to the Second Nature Phase 1 application there is no plan for a homeowners association for this development so the recreation space is proposed to be eliminated for Phase 2.

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Villages at Peaks Bay Redline Revision - The Blue Mountains

Date Posted: July - 2018

Description: The proposed redline revision that has been submitted to the County requests that the vacant condominium units draft approved under 42-CDM-2013-01 (Delphi Court) be added as part of the draft approved vacant condominium plan 42-CDM-2007-15 (Neighbourhoods at Delphi Point).  There are no other changes being proposed to the draft approved plans. Essentially what this would be doing is merging the two draft approved plans together into one plan.  The Agent for the Applicant notes that the primary reasons for merging the two draft approved plans together are that both are under the same ownership, both have been marketed under the same project name, both are subject to the same pre-servicing agreement with the Town, both are being serviced under one contract and, both will be subject to the same subdivision development agreement.  The Applicant would also prefer that the developments be implemented under one condominium plan and one condominium corporation.

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Windfall Redline Revisions - Phase 6 - The Blue Mountains

Date Posted: January - 2019

Description: The Windfall development is being developed in a total of 6 phases.  The current draft approved plan permits 609 residential units.  Phases 1, 2, and 3 are developed, Phase 4 is under construction and Phase 5 is in the subdivision agreement review process.  In December 2018, Windfall applied to amend the draft plan through a proposed redline revision and also applied to the Town for an implementing zoning by-law amendment to permit a proposed increase in approved residential units to 680.  In March 2019 Windfall requested that the applications be deferred in order to review the number and allocation of the proposed residnetial unit increase, which was partially due to the comments received as part of the first submission.  Windfall has recently submitted revised applications to amend the current draft approved plan through an updated redline revision submission as well as submitted a new proposed zoning by-law amendment application to the Town.  The proposed revisions are now seeking approval for a total of 659 residential units (total increase of 50 residential units).  The proposed revisions are focused on the Phase 6 lands only and would result in Phase 6 having 166 dwelling units comprising of 58 single detached units and 108 semi-detached units. Revised supporting documents have been submitted with the revised applications which can be accessed using the links below.  Town of The Blue Mountains has scheduled a public meeting or November 27th at 10am.  Further information regarding the Public Meeting can be found in the 'Notice of Complete Application and Public Meeting' below.  

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Township of Georgian Bluffs

Cobble Beach - Redline Revisions - Township of Georgian Bluffs

Date Posted: February - 2019

Description: Plan of Subdivision File No. 42T-2004-02 was granted draft approval on October 13, 2005 and later revised on October 12, 2006.  Plan of Subdivision File No. 42T-2006-12 lapsed on March 15, 2015.  Draft Plan of Subdivision 42T-2004-02 was revised in February 2016 by adding the previously draft approved lots from 42T-2006-12 along with some other minor revisions.  The combined draft plans consist primarily of residential, parkland and open space uses to a maximum of 312 residential units (excluding the mixed use and multiple family blocks).  The County has received proposed revisions to the current draft approved plan.  The Applicant is requesting the following revisions to Blocks 50 to 56:(1) Street D to be extended northwards and connect to Street G.  The cul-de-sac at the end of Street G would be removed;(2) Individual residential lots (Lot 50 to 56, 68 to 126) are proposed to replace residential blocks 50 to 56; and,(3) 65 residential lots are proposed with lot frontages ranging from 16.7 metres to 33.8 metres, and lot areas ranging from 668 square metres to 1,251 square metres.The current draft approved plan provides a range of 54 to 77 residential units within Block 50 to 56.  The redline revision proposes 65 residential units which is within the current draft approved range.  The total count of residential units of the overall development will change from a range of 233 to 312 residential units to 244 to 300 residential units which falls within the range that has been draft approved.

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Davenport Subdivision - Township of Georgian Bluffs

Date Posted: January - 2018

Description: The original subdivision was proposing 8 lots to be serviced with municipal water and private septic systems.  A second revised submission was submitted which proposed 29 single detached lots.  A third revised plan was submitted in February 2020 which now proposes a total of 28 single detached lots to be serviced by municipal water and municipal sewage services.  The revised proposed subdivision includes additional lands to the west of the previously proposed development which proposes an additional 10 single detached lots and two additional streets (Street 'A' and Street 'C').  Proposed Street 'A' would provide another connection to Church Sideroad East and therefore two connections are now proposed to Church Sideroad.  The Township of Georgian Bluffs has negotiated with Georgian Villa Inc (Cobble Beach) to assume ownership of the sewage treatment plant at Cobble Beach and therefore the proposed Davenport Subdivision will be able to connect to this service to provide sanitary sewers to the proposed residential dwellings.  A Georgian Bluffs Official Plan Amendment and a Zoning By-law Amendment application have also been submitted to the Township of Georgian Bluffs.  The lands are municipally known as 343622 Church Sideroad East, Part of Lot 27, Concession 3, geographic Township of Sarawak, Township of Georgian Bluffs.

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Sarawak Quarry Expansion - Georgian Bluffs - Township of Georgian Bluffs

Date Posted: February - 2020

Description: The purpose of County Official Plan Amendment (42-03-580-OPA-148) is to expand an existing quarry operation to adjacent lands with a proposed licensed area of 15.55 hectares, where only 14.4 hectares of this area will be for extraction. The subject lands are designated ‘Agricultural’ and ‘Rural’ in the County Official Plan. The Township of Georgian Bluffs defers to the County plan for rural areas outside of its settlement areas. Under Schedule B of the County Official Plan, the lands are not designated as an ‘Aggregate Resource Area’. An amendment to the County Plan is required for expanded pit operations in areas outside of the Aggregate Resource Area. This amendment will identify the subject lands on Schedule B as ‘Mineral Resource Extraction’. The proposed Zoning By-law amendment (Z04-20) currently being processed by the Township of Georgian Bluffs will rezone the same lands from ‘A1’ (General Agricultural) to ‘M2’ (Extractive Industrial) to permit the expansion of an existing aggregate operation.

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Municipality of West Grey

Broos Subdivision - Municipality of West Grey

Date Posted: May - 2020

Description: The proposed plan of subdivision application, known as the Broos subdivision, would create up to 205 residential units, consisting of 118 single detached dwellings and up to 87 townhouse dwellings. Access to the lots would be via internal streets that would connect to an extension of Jackson Street and via two entrances off Durham Road East. Servicing to the proposed subdivision will be via municipal water and sewer services. A corresponding zoning by-law amendment application has also been submitted to the Municipality of West Grey.

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Township of Southgate

Flato East - Redline Revision (Commercial Block) - Township of Southgate

Date Posted: April - 2020

Description: The proposed redline revision to draft approved Plan of Subdivision 42T-2015-05 proposes to create a commercial block in the southeast corner of the subdivision.  The proposed commercial block would have frontage on Highway 10 and will have internal access from the subdivision.  The commercial block would result in the reduction of 33 townhouse units (8 townhouse blocks) being removed from the existing draft approved plan.  Street 'G" would also be realigned and the intersection of Street 'G' and Street 'H' would be removed.  The nearest internal intersection to Highway 10 would change from approximately 30 metres to approximately 110 metres.  The proposed revisions to the draft plan also requires an official plan amendment to the Township of Southgate which has been submitted to the Township and also requires a zoning by-law amendment.  Further information about the proposed revisions to the draft plan can be found in the supporting studies linked below.

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OPA 6 and Southgate Meadows Phase 2 Subdivision - Township of Southgate

Date Posted: November - 2020

Description: The County has received a proposed County official plan amendment (County OPA 6) and a plan of subdivision application known as Southgate Meadows Glenelg Phase 2 (County File Number 42T-2020-09) that proposes to create a total of 155 residential units comprising of 83 single detached units, 66 townhouse units and 6 partial lots on the subject lands.   The proposed County official plan amendment proposes to redesignate the subject lands from Rural and Hazard Lands to Primary Settlement Area and Hazard Lands.  A comprehensive review report has been submitted to justify the expansion to the settlement area of Dundalk.  The site is proposed to gain access through the draft approved plan of subdivision – Southgate Meadows Phase 1 (42T-2018-12) from Corbett Street and Aitchison Avenue.  Further internal roads are proposed to be constructed to provide access to the proposed lots.  The proposed lots would be serviced by municipal water and municipal sewage services.  Please note that a Township official plan amendment application and a zoning by-law amendment application (C21-20) have also been submitted to the Township of Southgate.

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Southgate Meadows Plan of Subdivision - Redline Revision - Township of Southgate

Date Posted: November - 2018

Description: The County has received a redline revision application which proposes to revise the current draft approved plan of subdivision known as Southgate Meadows (County file number 42T-2018-12).  The proposed revisions would increase the total number of residential units from 163 to 183, or an increase of 20 units.  Upon further detailed review of the stormwater management, it has been determined that the stormwater block in the current draft approved plan is larger than what will be required for the stormwater management pond.  As such, the developer is proposing to add seven residential lots on the west side of the stormwater management block (Block 146).  The proposed revisions also propose to convert some of the single detached units to townhouse units.  Lots 70 to 78 and Lots 108 to 117 are proposed to be converted to townhouse blocks.  This would essentially convert 19 single detached lots to six townhouse blocks which would contain a total of 32 townhouse units.  The proposed changes would change the current draft approved plan from 130 single detached units and 33 townhouse units to 118 single detached units and 65 townhouse units.  Other changes include changing some of the lot/block numbers as a result of the proposed revisions.  Updated studies have been submitted with the proposed redline revision application.  A zoning by-law amendment application has also been submitted to the Township of Southgate.

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Wilder Lake Subdivision - Township of Southgate

Date Posted: February - 2020

Description: The County has received a plan of subdivision application known as Wilder Lake (County File Number 42T-2019-04) that proposes to create a 29-lot estate residential development within the Inland Lakes and Shoreline designation that is adjacent to Wilder Lake.  The site is to be accessed from Southgate Sideroad 26 and would follow the existing internal road to the clubhouse.  Further internal roads are proposed to be constructed to provide access to the proposed lots.  The subject lands are developed as the Homestead Golf Course and Winter Resort which currently contains a clubhouse, restaurant and rental accommodation (cottages) along the shore of Wilder Lake.  The intent would be to maintain the golf course use on the subject lands in conjunction with the proposed residential development.  A lot which would contain the existing golf course buildings is also being proposed as part of this subdivision.  Three open space blocks that will contain stormwater retention ponds are also proposed as part of the development.  The proposal is to service the lots with individual wells and septic systems in accordance with the Ontario Building Code requirements.  Further information about the proposed development can be found in the supporting studies that have been submitted with the application.

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Municipality of Meaford

Loon Call Subdivision - Municipality of Meaford

Date Posted: August - 2020

Description: The proposed plan of subdivision application, known as the Loon Call subdivision, would create up to 249 residential units, consisting of 31 single detached dwellings and 206 townhouse dwellings.  Up to 12 additional residential units may also be created on blocks shown on the draft plan of subdivision. Access to the lots would be via internal streets that would connect to Sykes Street (Highway 26). Servicing to the proposed subdivision will be via municipal water and sewer services. Corresponding official plan amendment and zoning by-law amendment applications have also been submitted to the Municipality of Meaford.

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McCullough Condominium - Municipality of Meaford

Date Posted: November - 2020

Description: The County has received a plan of condominium application, known as the McCullough condominium (County file number 42CDM-2020-08) to create a condominium road for 5 new single detached dwellings. This new condominium road would have access off Sideroad 23. Servicing to the proposed dwellings will be via private wells and septic systems. The subject lands are designated as ‘Inland Lakes and Shoreline’ and ‘Hazard Lands’ in the County Official Plan.  The Inland Lakes and Shoreline designation permits new residential development.The proposed consent applications (B15-2020 – B19-2020) to be processed and circulated following the applications for zoning by-law amendment and plan of condominium would create 5 new residential lots on the subject lands. The purpose and effect of the zoning by-law amendment application is to implement the plan of condominium and related consent applications by rezoning the subject lands from Rural (RU) and Environmental Protection (EP) to Residential Limited Service with Holding (RLS (H5)), Residential Limited Service with Exception (RLS-257) and Environmental Protection (EP).

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Meaford Highlands Resort - Municipality of Meaford

Date Posted: June - 2016

Description: Proposed Official Plan Amendment to permit a resort and 1071 residential units.

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OPA 143 Meaford Winery - Municipality of Meaford

Date Posted: August - 2018

Description: The applications to the County and Municipality would consider exceptions to the size parameters of the agricultural related (production and storage of wine) and on-farm diversifieduses (hospitality and retail spaces) in order to allow for a larger winery facility.

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OPA 4 - 2124985 Ontario Inc - Municipality of Meaford

Date Posted: May - 2020

Description: The applications to the County and Municipality would consider a severance for a new lot with access off Queens Bush Road. The retained lot would continue to gain access from a seasonal access via the municipal unopened Harbour Drive road allowance. These severances are seeking to recreate the existing lots of record that have inadvertently merged on title.  A new residential dwelling would be permitted on the severed lot, and no new development would be permitted on the retained lot.

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Township of Chatsworth

OPA 3 Cedar Rail Family Campground - Township of Chatsworth

Date Posted: May - 2020

Description: The proposed official plan amendment application is for the Cedar Rail Family Campground property north of Scone. The campground, established in 1972, is currently permitted by the Township of Chatsworth Zoning By-law for 200 campsites, 16 cabins, and 3 cottages.  This property has never been recognized as a campground within the County Official Plan.  The proposed official plan amendment would (a) recognize the existing campground, and (b) permit an expansion of the number of sites within the subject lands. No new lands are being added to the subject property, but additional campsites would be permitted. If approved, 300 campsites and 4 cottages would be permitted on-site. The previous approval for 16 cabins would be removed from this property. A corresponding zoning by-law amendment application has also been submitted to the Township of Chatsworth.

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Municipality of Grey Highlands

Town of Hanover

Saugeen Cedar Heights East Red-Line Revision - Town of Hanover

Date Posted: March - 2020

Description: The County and Town are seeking input on development applications that would consider allowing a 106 unit plan of subdivision and a zoning by-law amendment, which is a slight increase from the 98 unit plan of subdivision already approved on the lands. A public meeting is required for the proposed zoning by-law amendment, but not for the proposed change to the plan of subdivision.

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Randy Scherzer
Director of Planning & Development
Scott Taylor
Senior Planner

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