Transit Villages - Proposed Official Plan and Zoning By-Law Amendments

Share Transit Villages - Proposed Official Plan and Zoning By-Law Amendments on Facebook Share Transit Villages - Proposed Official Plan and Zoning By-Law Amendments on Twitter Share Transit Villages - Proposed Official Plan and Zoning By-Law Amendments on Linkedin Email Transit Villages - Proposed Official Plan and Zoning By-Law Amendments link

Two new proposed Transit Villages: Oxford-Richmond intersection and 100 Kellogg Lane


What is a Transit Village?

Transit Villages allow for some of the broadest range of uses and the most intense forms of development in the city within highly urban, transit-oriented environments. Second only to the Downtown in terms of the mix of uses and intensity of development that is permitted, Transit Villages are major mixed-use destinations with centrally located rapid transit stations.

Why a Transit Village?

These stations will form focal points to the Transit Village neighbourhood. Transit Villages are connected by rapid transit corridors to the Downtown and allow opportunities for access to this rapid transit from all directions.

Why are Transit Villages needed?

London is experiencing unprecedented demand for new housing units, especially apartment units. As part of the Housing Accelerator Fund, the addition of new Transit Villages would focus new higher-intensity development within areas centrally located near rapid-transit and connecting to the Downtown. The addition of Transit Villages at key locations will support more housing overall with complementary uses ensuring efficient and appropriate development.

Future public meetings will be held!

The London Plan limits the enlargement or addition of Transit Villages in the city. Amendments to The London Plan and Zoning By-law No. Z.-1 will be required to move forward with these proposed locations. Future public meetings will be held with recommendations regarding the requested sites.

Individuals who subscribe in the "Stay Informed" section of this page will be provided notice of the upcoming public meetings by email. Notice of public meetings will also be published on this webpage and in The Londoner newspaper.

Two new proposed Transit Villages: Oxford-Richmond intersection and 100 Kellogg Lane


What is a Transit Village?

Transit Villages allow for some of the broadest range of uses and the most intense forms of development in the city within highly urban, transit-oriented environments. Second only to the Downtown in terms of the mix of uses and intensity of development that is permitted, Transit Villages are major mixed-use destinations with centrally located rapid transit stations.

Why a Transit Village?

These stations will form focal points to the Transit Village neighbourhood. Transit Villages are connected by rapid transit corridors to the Downtown and allow opportunities for access to this rapid transit from all directions.

Why are Transit Villages needed?

London is experiencing unprecedented demand for new housing units, especially apartment units. As part of the Housing Accelerator Fund, the addition of new Transit Villages would focus new higher-intensity development within areas centrally located near rapid-transit and connecting to the Downtown. The addition of Transit Villages at key locations will support more housing overall with complementary uses ensuring efficient and appropriate development.

Future public meetings will be held!

The London Plan limits the enlargement or addition of Transit Villages in the city. Amendments to The London Plan and Zoning By-law No. Z.-1 will be required to move forward with these proposed locations. Future public meetings will be held with recommendations regarding the requested sites.

Individuals who subscribe in the "Stay Informed" section of this page will be provided notice of the upcoming public meetings by email. Notice of public meetings will also be published on this webpage and in The Londoner newspaper.

  • Complete Form
    Share Ask us a question or leave a comment on Facebook Share Ask us a question or leave a comment on Twitter Share Ask us a question or leave a comment on Linkedin Email Ask us a question or leave a comment link
Page last updated: 12 Jul 2024, 08:29 AM