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New buildings approved in Bowmanville West Urban Centre

Clarington Council, in its last meeting, has approved a complex of two apartment buildings in the Bowmanville West Urban Centre area.

Located at 51-55 Clarington Boulevard, the developer Kaitlin has received Site Plan approval on July 14, 2021.

The complex will comprise two 12-storey apartment buildings (a total of 440 units) along Clarington Boulevard. A mix of bachelor, one, two, and three-bedroom units will be provided, and parking will be provided on-grade and underground. Amenity space features include outdoor, on-grade spaces and rooftop patio space while indoor facilities include general purpose rooms, a fitness/yoga studio, and a library, said a council statement.

Comprehensive Zoning By-Law Review Project (Zone Clarington)

On December 14, 2020, the council had directed staff to resume work on the rural phase of the Zoning By-law Review project, which was placed on hold in October 2019.  Specifically, the Zone Clarington project was directed to prepare a report for council following Resolution #C-512-20:

That Staff be directed to bring forth report together with a draft a zoning by-law amendment which:

i. Retains the EP zoning in place prior to the zoning by-law review;

ii. Includes schedules from other authorities as additional information in the zoning by-law listing applicable land use regulations;

iii. Contains advisories with respect to the obligations to comply with land use controls of external agencies.

The Zone Clarington project team continues to work to address this mandate. This includes the preparation of the second draft of zoning regulations and mapping for Clarington’s rural area. Staff are preparing a report back to the Planning and Development Committee of Council later this year, the timing will be confirmed. Notice of the meeting date will be published in the Planning eUpdate newsletter once confirmed.

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2 thoughts on “New buildings approved in Bowmanville West Urban Centre

  1. I was just wondering if there every going to be building anymore senior apartment building on a fix income. The new one on Bowmanville Ave is not a safe one to live in there. We need more senior apartments in Clarington that are close to the stores

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