Future Development In Whitby’s Mature Neighbourhoods

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Mature Neighbhourhoods Study Phase 3

The Mature Neighbourhoods Study is now in Phase 3.

A Statutory Public Meeting under the Planning Act will be held on November 21, 2022 to consider a draft proposed amendment to the Whitby Official Plan (File OPA-2021-W/02). This draft proposed amendment has been initiated by the Town of Whitby, regarding the Mature Neighbourhoods Study that resulted from the passing of Interim Control By-laws in December 2020.

A copy of the agenda and Public Meeting Staff report will be available at www.whitby.ca/councilcalendar the week prior to the meeting date. For additional information relating to the draft proposed Official Plan Amendment materials, including information about preserving your appeal rights, please contact the Planning and Development Department at 575 Rossland Road East, Whitby. Ontario, L1N 2M8, 905.430.4306 or by email planning@whitby.ca

Written comments can continue to be submitted by email to planning@whitby.ca. Feedback will be considered for the Final Recommended Official Plan Amendment which will be brought forward for Council adoption at a later date to be determined. Check back for details.

Through this study, the Town will be:

  • creating an inventory and describing the character of certain mature residential neighbourhoods in the study area south of Taunton Road (see map);
  • identifying infill and intensification trends and pressures affecting mature neighbourhoods;
  • identifying options for managing these changes; and,
  • recommending revised Official Plan policies, zoning provisions and urban design guidelines to manage redevelopment in mature neighbourhoods in the study area.

Have Your Say

Residents are invited to learn more and provide comments to be considered as part of this study. For more information, or to provide comments to the project team, please feel free to email planning@whitby.ca.

This project has included extensive community and stakeholder engagement throughout the study process, in accordance with the Planning Act and as directed by Council. As we progress towards the end of Phase 3, a statutory Public Meeting will be held prior to the end of 2022. This meeting will be used to present the final recommendations of the study (including Zoning and Official Plan Amendments), prior to Council approval. To receive notification of any future meetings, please see the "Interested Party" section below.

Interested Party

To receive further notifications and become an Interested Party for this project, please complete this Interested Party form. By becoming an Interested Party, you are requesting ongoing project information for the Mature Neighbourhoods Study, including notice of any public meetings, and information about appeal rights.

Mature Neighbhourhoods Study Phase 3

The Mature Neighbourhoods Study is now in Phase 3.

A Statutory Public Meeting under the Planning Act will be held on November 21, 2022 to consider a draft proposed amendment to the Whitby Official Plan (File OPA-2021-W/02). This draft proposed amendment has been initiated by the Town of Whitby, regarding the Mature Neighbourhoods Study that resulted from the passing of Interim Control By-laws in December 2020.

A copy of the agenda and Public Meeting Staff report will be available at www.whitby.ca/councilcalendar the week prior to the meeting date. For additional information relating to the draft proposed Official Plan Amendment materials, including information about preserving your appeal rights, please contact the Planning and Development Department at 575 Rossland Road East, Whitby. Ontario, L1N 2M8, 905.430.4306 or by email planning@whitby.ca

Written comments can continue to be submitted by email to planning@whitby.ca. Feedback will be considered for the Final Recommended Official Plan Amendment which will be brought forward for Council adoption at a later date to be determined. Check back for details.

Through this study, the Town will be:

  • creating an inventory and describing the character of certain mature residential neighbourhoods in the study area south of Taunton Road (see map);
  • identifying infill and intensification trends and pressures affecting mature neighbourhoods;
  • identifying options for managing these changes; and,
  • recommending revised Official Plan policies, zoning provisions and urban design guidelines to manage redevelopment in mature neighbourhoods in the study area.

Have Your Say

Residents are invited to learn more and provide comments to be considered as part of this study. For more information, or to provide comments to the project team, please feel free to email planning@whitby.ca.

This project has included extensive community and stakeholder engagement throughout the study process, in accordance with the Planning Act and as directed by Council. As we progress towards the end of Phase 3, a statutory Public Meeting will be held prior to the end of 2022. This meeting will be used to present the final recommendations of the study (including Zoning and Official Plan Amendments), prior to Council approval. To receive notification of any future meetings, please see the "Interested Party" section below.

Interested Party

To receive further notifications and become an Interested Party for this project, please complete this Interested Party form. By becoming an Interested Party, you are requesting ongoing project information for the Mature Neighbourhoods Study, including notice of any public meetings, and information about appeal rights.

  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    The Town of Whitby is undertaking a study to help guide and determine permitted future development in Whitby’s mature neighbourhoods – and we want to hear from you.

    The purpose of this study is to inventory and describe the character of Whitby’s mature neighbourhoods; to identify redevelopment, infill and intensification trends and pressures; and to develop options for managing these changes.

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Page last updated: 23 Jan 2023, 01:19 PM