The City had received an application to amend the official plan and zoning by-law for this property to permit a terraced three to six storey apartment building with commercial uses on the ground floor on this site. A community meeting was held by me on November 24, 2014 and a public meeting was held by the Planning and Development Committee on March 3, 2015. After some revisions to the plans, Council approved a three to six storey apartment with 52 units and commercial uses on the ground floor, on July 6, 2016.
When council approves an application, the applicant has 18 months to enter into agreements that will allow the official plan amendment and zoning by-law to be passed and for them to be able to submit for site plan approval and building permits. For various business reasons the owner was unable to enter into those agreements within the 18 month period and Council’s approval expired. The applicant has indicated that he now has a partner to develop the property and has requested that his approval be reinstated and extended for a period of time. There are no changes to what was approved by Council in July of 2016, but a public meeting has to be held to meet legislative requirements in this case and this is scheduled for September 8, 2020. If you live within 120m (400 ft.) of the property, you will receive a notice of a public meeting and an advertisement will be in the Mississauga News. The subject of the meeting and the report that will be available ten days before the meeting at http://www.mississauga.ca/portal/cityhall/planninganddevelopment will be to reinstate council’s approval and extend it for a period of time.