Clarington Council has announced that three new industrial buildings are proposed to be developed in Courtice and Bowmanville.
A Site Plan application submitted by Dillon Consulting on behalf of 9417818 Canada Inc. (Olympia Steel) to facilitate the construction of two-storey industrial building has been approved by Clarington Council on August 24, 2020.
This development is in the employment lands area in Courtice, northwest of the 401/418 interchange. The building will have a floor area of 1,835 square metres with parking and loading spaces, a bioswale and a stormwater management pond.
The subject site and proposed building will be used for the manufacturing and repair of large steel waste bins, which involves welding, torch/plasma cutting, and spray painting, said a council statement.
New six-unit industrial building
In Bowmanville, Natmar Properties Inc. has submitted a Site Plan application to permit a six-unit industrial building with a total floor area of 3,248 square metres. The site is 2.2 acres in size and is currently vacant.
For more information on this application, please contact Brandon Weiler at 905-623-3379 ext. 2424 or email@example.com.
Proposed Industrial Facility
Also in Bowmanville, Foxwood Development Corporation has submitted a site plan application on July 7, for the development of an autobody shop together with accessory office space.
The proposed building has an area of approximately 760 square metres. The applicant indicates that this facility would be used in conjunction with the existing Toyota Car Dealership located at 10 Spicer Square, Bowmanville.
For more information on this application, please contact Anne Taylor Scott at 905-623-3379 ext. 2414 or firstname.lastname@example.org.