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Mapleton extends draft plan subdivision approval

by Jaime Myslik

DRAYTON - Mapleton council has granted an extension for the Glenaviland Estates subdivision draft plan approval. 

On July 25 council received a letter from the Glenaviland Development Corporation asking for the extension. 

The letter noted the draft plan approval was granted on Sept. 13, 2012 and is scheduled to lapse on Sept. 14 of this year. 

“The purpose of this letter is to request a further five-year extension to the draft plan, thereby establishing a new lapsing date of Sept. 14, 2022,” a letter from representative Nancy Shoemaker stated.  

The plan is to accommodate 88 detached houses, about 101 multiple residential units, future development lands, “Street A,” Ridgeview Drive and Bedell Drive extensions and a proposal for a golf course and clubhouse. 

However, only Phase 1 was implemented, including 45 detached houses, one multiple residential block with 11 on-street houses and the extension of Bedell Drive and Ridgeview Drive. 

“The owner is prepared to proceed with the servicing and development of the remainder of this draft plan of subdivision, however, servicing restrictions have delayed further registrations,” the letter states. 

Servicing restrictions are the result of an environmental assessment for the water and sewage project that is currently under review by the Ministry of Environment and Climate Change.

Council approved the five-year extension of the Glenaviland draft plan. 

August 11, 2017


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