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1,202 homes planned on Jury Lands in Bowmanville

Clarington has put up three projects, including the Courtice Waterfront and Energy Park Secondary Plan, up for public discussion today.

Draft Plan for 1,202 residential units on Camp 30 or Jury Lands

Lambs Road School Property Ltd. has submitted applications to permit 13 single-detached units and nine medium and high-density residential development blocks for a total of 1,202 residential units and 700 square metres of retail commercial floor space in mixed-use buildings.

The project is located at 2020 Lambs Road, Bowmanville.

The applications are deemed complete, said a municipal notice.

Statutory Public Meeting

Date: Monday, June 13, 2022
Time: 6:30 pm.
Place: Electronic meeting using an online device or phone.

Courtice Waterfront and Energy Park Secondary Plan

The purpose of this plan (and the implementing Official Plan Amendment) is to provide land use planning policies and design guidelines that will create Clarington’s premier, prestige employment centre and create a large waterfront park along the Lake Ontario shoreline.

These are proposed to be complemented with a new residential and mixed-use neighbourhood, said a municipal notice.

There is a unique and complementary relationship between these areas that will make this part of Courtice the optimal location for premium jobs and a showcase destination along Clarington waterfront. The Secondary Plan area includes the lands south of Highway 401, east of Darlington Provincial Park, and north of Lake Ontario.

Clarington is also seeking residents input on the Urban Design and Sustainability Guidelines that have been prepared to advance the vision of this plan.

The proposed Official Plan Amendment, including additional information, is available at www.clarington.net/CourticeWaterfront.

Statutory Public Meeting

Date: Monday, June 13, 2022
Time: 6:30 pm.
Place: Electronic meeting using an online device or phone.

Draft Plan for 21 townhouse units in Courtice

Lifelong Investment Corporation has submitted revised applications to amend Zoning By-law 84-63 to facilitate a Draft Plan of Subdivision application and future Condominium application.

The proposal includes a total of 21 townhouse dwelling units, 16 dual frontage and five traditional units, a private lane, amenity space, water meter building and visitor parking spaces.

A public meeting was held in June 2020 for the original proposal of a three-storey apartment building containing 95 residential units.

The project is located at 1640, 1644, and 1648 Nash Road, northwest corner of Trulls Road and Nash Road in Courtice.

The applications are deemed complete.

Statutory Public Meeting

Date: Monday, June 13, 2022
Time: 6:30 p.m.
Place: Electronic meeting using an online device or phone.

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