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Residents invited to weigh in on Oakville neighbourhood character bylaw April 19
29 March 2018
Council sets June target for passage for neighbourhood protection bylaw
OAKVILLE — The Town of Oakville is giving the public the opportunity to weigh in on a future it says is intended to protect the character of local neighbourhoods.
Residents are invited to attend a public meeting on April 19 to give their thoughts on a proposed local variance criteria bylaw.
Town staff said the bylaw seeks to better control changes that can be made in stable residential neighbourhoods by providing a scope as to what is considered a minor variance.
North Oakville Secondary Plans changes aired
20 February 2018
Public invited to give input on plans
Town council has taken another step toward taking control of the type of development permitted to occur in North Oakville.
Councillors voted during a planning and development council meeting Feb. 12 to receive comments from the public concerning amendments to the North Oakville East and West Secondary Plans.
Town staff said the Planning Act requires municipalities to review their official plans every five years and council directed that the review be done with the goal of refining the vision of the North Oakville plans.
Local growth plan amendments open for comments
15 October 2017
Council expects recommendation reports by the end of the year
Following extensive study and a series of public open houses, the town now has draft official plan amendments that would see important updates made to the growth area policies for Kerr Village, Bronte Village and Downtown Oakville in the Town of Oakville's Official Plan - the Livable Oakville Plan.
The draft amendments would update the existing framework for how the town will accommodate growth and build upon the unique character of the town's three "main street areas."
The Livable Oakville Plan (2009 Town of Oakville Official Plan) applies to all lands within the town except the North Oakville East and West Secondary Plan areas. It sets out council's policies on how the lands should be used and growth should be managed through to 2031.
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