The Municipality of Clarington yesterday announced it has received an application for the construction of a community on Courtice Road in Courtice.
Courtice Glade Holding has submitted a Zoning By-law Amendment application and Subdivision application to permit 43 townhouse units, said a municipal statement.
The development is marked for 3051 Courtice Road. One of the planned GO train stations is to come up in Courtice as part of the train extension from Oshawa to Bowmanville.
The townhouse units are proposed to be within a future common element condominium block, which means that the units will share common elements, such as a private lane, visitor parking, and an outdoor amenity area.
The proposed rezoning would change the zoning on the subject lands from an Agricultural (A) Zone and Urban Residential Exception (R1-1) Zone to an appropriate Urban Residential Exception (R3) Zone. The rezoning also proposes to refine the Environmental Protection Zone on the east side of the lot to define the limits of the environmental features and the associated minimum vegetation protection zone, the statement said.
The municipality is calling an online or in person public meeting on February 12 at 6:30 pm at Council Chambers, Municipal Administrative Centre, 40 Temperance Street, Bowmanville.