Masonville Secondary Plan

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What is a Secondary Plan?

Secondary Plans form part of the Official Plan and provide more specific policies than the policies of the existing Official Plan for a particular area. Secondary Plans allow for a comprehensive study of the secondary plan area, considering the other policies in the Official Plan. They allow for a coordinated planning approach for the secondary plan area and the opportunity to provide more detailed policy guidance for the area that goes beyond the general policies of the Official Plan.

What is the status of the Masonville Secondary Plan Study?

Staff have held a variety of engagement activities and are in the process of preparing the Draft Secondary Plan. When the Draft Plan is prepared it will be presented to the Planning and Environment Committee and Municipal Council and Staff will begin community consultation on the Draft Plan.

An update report was presented to the Planning and Environment Committee and Municipal Council in October, 2019, providing an update on the process to date. A link to the Staff Report providing an update on the study can be found below:

Staff Report - Update Report - October, 2019

Municipal Council approved the Terms of Reference for the Masonville Secondary Plan Study at its meeting of January 15, 2019. A link to the Staff Report on this item including the Terms of Reference can be found below:

Staff Report - Terms of Reference – January, 2019

What is a Secondary Plan?

Secondary Plans form part of the Official Plan and provide more specific policies than the policies of the existing Official Plan for a particular area. Secondary Plans allow for a comprehensive study of the secondary plan area, considering the other policies in the Official Plan. They allow for a coordinated planning approach for the secondary plan area and the opportunity to provide more detailed policy guidance for the area that goes beyond the general policies of the Official Plan.

What is the status of the Masonville Secondary Plan Study?

Staff have held a variety of engagement activities and are in the process of preparing the Draft Secondary Plan. When the Draft Plan is prepared it will be presented to the Planning and Environment Committee and Municipal Council and Staff will begin community consultation on the Draft Plan.

An update report was presented to the Planning and Environment Committee and Municipal Council in October, 2019, providing an update on the process to date. A link to the Staff Report providing an update on the study can be found below:

Staff Report - Update Report - October, 2019

Municipal Council approved the Terms of Reference for the Masonville Secondary Plan Study at its meeting of January 15, 2019. A link to the Staff Report on this item including the Terms of Reference can be found below:

Staff Report - Terms of Reference – January, 2019

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Pedestrian Connections (Blue Marker)

How do you travel around the area? Are there pedestrian connections you wish existed that do not exist today?
Use our interactive map below to tell us where you think pedestrian connections need to be added or improved to increase connectivity in the study area.

Intensification (mid- to high-rise buildings)  (Orange Marker)

Where would intensification mid-to high-rise buildings be best suited within the study area?
Use our interactive map below to tell us where you think mid- to high-rise buildings should and should not go.

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Pedestrian Connections (Blue Marker)

How do you travel around the area? Are there pedestrian connections you wish existed that do not exist today?
Use our interactive map below to tell us where you think pedestrian connections need to be added or improved to increase connectivity in the study area.

Intensification (mid- to high-rise buildings)  (Orange Marker)

Where would intensification mid-to high-rise buildings be best suited within the study area?
Use our interactive map below to tell us where you think mid- to high-rise buildings should and should not go.

Drag and drop the marker of your choice on the map. You will be able to post your comment and to submit a picture.