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Château Laurier Site
Plan Control Application - Proposed Development
The City of Ottawa has received a Site Plan Control application
to remove the existing parking garage at the Château Laurier hotel and
construct an addition containing 218 long-stay hotel units, an interior
courtyard and five levels of underground parking with 385 parking
us what you think!
Send the City your feedback on the
development of the iconic Château Laurier Hotel by March
14. Please email email@example.com
to be added to the notification list. City staff will notify
individuals on the notification list of all meeting dates and decisions by
You may view all of the plans, studies and renderings that the City of
Ottawa has received as part of the site plan control application on Development Application Search.
You can participate in the public consultation process for this proposal in
several ways. You may:
Please provide your
comments on the draft recommendations for the R4 studybefore
The City plans to bring a report to Planning Committee and Council in fall
of 2017. The Residential Fourth Density (R4) family of
zones is the city's most intensive low-rise residential zone. R4 zoning
covers much of Ottawa's old established low-rise neighbourhoods in the
inner urban area, including Centretown, Sandy Hill, Vanier, Overbrook,
Hintonburg and Westboro.
Update: Adoption of Comprehensive Amendment 180
Amendment No.180 addresses three matters that the Ontario Municipal Board
(OMB) required the City to complete, prior to the OMB's consideration of
Comprehensive Official Plan Amendment 150 (OPA 150) including:
·Growth Projections: Changes to the timeframe of the
Official Plan from 2031 to 2036. This change results in new projections for
future population, households and employment and text changes to the Plan.
·Employment Lands: Changes include the conversion of excess
urban employment lands to non-employment designations, the re-designation
of enterprise areas, the creation of a new rural employment area
designation and amended policies and land use permissions for employment
·Agricultural Lands: Some changes to the agricultural resource
area designation were made along with policy updates resulting from the
update to the Land Evaluation and Area Review (LEAR) system.
On January 25, 2017,
City Council adopted OPA No. 180. Please visit ottawa.ca/officialplanto
read more about Amendment No. 180.
Small-scale industrial uses in commercial zones
This City is looking
for your feedback on the study to
consider new zoning provisions for small-scale manufacturing, small-scale
food processing, micro-distilleries and micro-breweries in commercial
areas. Please forward comments before March 9 to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Comments received will be considered in the evaluation of the proposal.
Ottawa Art Gallery
Expansion and Arts Court Redevelopment
Government announced its financial support for the Ottawa Art Gallery (OAG) expansion
and Arts Court redevelopment on Friday, February 17, 2017. The
redevelopment project will receive $5.25 million to fund the expansion of
the gallery and the redevelopment of the Arts Court building. The gallery
will receive an additional $1.3 million for specialized equipment for the
new space. Construction is expected to finish in the late summer of 2017
and the Arts Court redevelopment in 2018. To learn more about the project,
Deadline for the City's
Community Environmental Projects Grant Program- March 31, 2017
Are you looking for
an opportunity to put your environmental ideas into action? The City
of Ottawa is now accepting applications for the 2017 Community
Environmental Projects Grant Program (CEPGP). For details on funding
eligibility criteria, profiles of past projects, the application process
and an online application, please visit the City of Ottawa website or
contact Jen Brown at 613-580-2424 ext. 27914.
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