It’s been a long time coming.
A subdivision development, which was originally proposed over 10 years ago near the Bolton camp lands was finalized by the Land Planning Appeal Tribunal on June 26.
What was approved?
Three single detached residential lots at the end of Crestridge Drive, a 12.3-acre condominium block consisting of 140 townhouses accessed by Caledon King Townline, and two environmental blocks totalling 1.1 acres to be dedicated to the TRCA.
Just the facts:
— The subject lands are located on the west side of Caledon King Townline, north of King Street East at the end of Crestridge Drive in Bolton — 13540 Caledon King Townline.
— The development comprises of an area of approximately 5.68 hectares (14.04 acres).
— In 2012, the town received applications for a draft plan of subdivision and a draft plan of condominium, which were appealed to the Ontario Municipal Board (now LPAT) along with a proposed implementing zoning bylaw amendment.
— On July 27, 2015 the board issued draft approval of the draft plans of subdivision and condominium, subject to conditions, and adjourned its final decision on the proposed zoning bylaw amendment.
— The decision directed that the form and substance of the site-specific zoning bylaw amendment required to implement the approved draft plans be finalized and submitted to the board.