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Town agrees to buy Deerfield and Fourteen Mile Creek lands

Town agrees to buy Deerfield and Fourteen Mile Creek lands 23 March 2018

Town agrees to buy Deerfield and Fourteen Mile Creek lands

Land transfer between province & Oakville will keep Merton Lands protected

The remnants of the Merton Lands, including Deerfield Golf Club, will stay as protected green space, according to the Town of Oakville, after it purchases the property from the province. 

The announcement was made Thursday night, March 22, by Oakville MPP Kevin Flynn at Deerfield. 

The area includes lands that were leased by the Province of Ontario to Deerfield and the sale was contingent on the protection of recreation and conservation lands. 

“We saw what happened when the previous government sold the Saw-Whet Golf Course to the private sector. I am proud that the Ontario government … will protect this valuable green space,” said Flynn.

ClubLink presents plan for Glen Abbey Golf Course

ClubLink presents plan for Glen Abbey Golf Course 20 July 2017

ClubLink presents plan for Glen Abbey Golf Course

Few fans of Glen Abbey development bid at public info meeting

Density, traffic and the destruction of what some see as a Canadian jewel were among the concerns voiced after residents got a better look at ClubLink’s development plans for the Glen Abbey golf course property Wednesday (July 19). 

Property owner ClubLink presented its application data to the community during two public information meetings at Town Hall, which collectively drew more than 100 people. 

The Ontario Municipal Board (OMB) deemed ClubLink’s application to develop the Glen Abbey lands complete on June 22, however, Town staff and others are quick to point out the project is far from being a done deal.

Town seeks public feedback on Glen Abbey plans

Town seeks public feedback on Glen Abbey plans 6 July 2017

Town seeks public feedback on Glen Abbey plans

Public Information Meeting set for July 19 to hear details, concerns

Oakville residents wanting to know more about ClubLink’s development application for the Glen Abbey golf course property at 1333 Dorval Dr. can attend an open house later this month.

On Wednesday, July 19, the Town of Oakville’s Planning Services department will be hosting a public meeting to offer more details on property owners ClubLink’s application for the Glen Abbey lands, containing the golf course, recently deemed complete by the Ontario Municipal Board (OMB).

To be held at Town Hall, South Atrium, 1225 Trafalgar Rd., the meeting will have a drop-in format and will occur over two time slots — from 3-5 p.m. and from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.
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