Current development proposals affecting the community will be summarized here.

  • 98 & 100 Bearbrook
    A Site Plan Control application to construct a 9-storey mid-rise apartment with a total of 168 residential units (159 apartment units and nine townhouse units) comprising a 14,674 gross floor area (GFA), with 209 motor vehicle parking spaces (25 surface and 184 underground) and 84 bicycle parking spaces (42 surface and 43 underground). More information
  • 3040 & 3044 Innes Road
    It is proposed to construct a four-storey low-rise apartment building on the Subject Property. The residential building will contain 43 apartment units. A one-level underground parking garage will provide 48 parking spaces. A surface parking lot is also proposed west of the building and will include 14 additional parking spaces (62 parking spaces total). Thirty-one
  • Cleroux Crescent
    2380 and 2396 Cleroux Crescent The intent is to develop the lands to allow for 2 rental apartment buildings that will be 3 storeys in height and each building will have 40 rental units. There will be 80 units in total and 101 parking spaces that will be provided through surface and underground parking areas.
  • Brian Coburn Extension and Transitway
    The City of Ottawa is completing the Brian Coburn / Cumberland Transitway (Navan Road to Blair Road) Environmental Assessment (EA) Study and has developed the Recommended Plan for the ultimate Brian Coburn Boulevard and Cumberland Transitway extension and an interim plan for shared transit priority and high occupancy vehicle (HOV) lanes. Pedestrian and cycling facilities
  • Blair Road Transit Priority Plan
    The City of Ottawa has completed the Blair Road Transit Priority (Blair LRT Station to Innes Road) Environmental Assessment (EA) Study and has developed a Recommended Plan to widen Blair Road for shared bus and high occupancy vehicle lanes. Pedestrian and cycling facilities have also been included along the full road corridor limits. More information
  • NCC Greenbelt Pathway East
    This route will form the periphery of the southeast quadrant of the pathway network, between the Ottawa River Pathway at Green’s Creek and the Southern Corridor Pathway at Black Rapids Lock. The pathway connects to Greenbelt trails and destinations, and passes through or near a range of ecologically significant and pastoral landscapes, including Green’s Creek,

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