Scugog is asking residents to have their say on a project to build a 36-home community, according to a statement from the township.
Applications have been received for the amendment to Draft Plan of Subdivision by owners 1862003 Ontario Ltd. (John Duivenvoorden) and their agent, Innovative Planning Solutions (James Hunter), for the property located at part of Lot 17, Concession 7 (Ward 4).
The purpose of the proposed application is to amend the draft plan of subdivision to permit 36 single detached dwelling lots [29 earlier] on private services, two open space blocks and one block for a stormwater management facility. The subdivision has proposed road connections to Nestleton Road. The lands are currently designated Hamlet in the Township’s Official Plan and zoned Hamlet Residential – Private Service (HR1) subject to a Holding provision (H) in the Township’s Zoning By-law No. 14-14. The Holding provision is in place subject to the completion of a Hydrogeological Study and the execution of a Subdivision Agreement with the township, the statement said.
It said the Region of Durham has received an amendment application for a Draft Plan of Subdivision for the lands shown on the attached key map (below) in Nestleton Station. This subdivision was draft approved on October 29, 1993 and amended on February 28, 1994 to permit a residential subdivision with 29 single detached dwelling lots, a future development block and a stormwater management block. In November 2017, Durham Region received an application for a proposed amendment to this draft approved plan of subdivision.
The Council of the Township of Scugog is holding a Virtual Public Meeting to provide interested parties the opportunity to learn more about the proposed amendment and make comments before any decisions are made on the application. This virtual public meeting will be held on Monday, January 17, 2022 at 6:30 pm. Residents can participate electronically or watch the meeting live streamed through the township’s website.