In what turns out to be an interesting OLT appeal, LJM Developments was handed an 11-storey development approval by the tribunal. What makes this interesting is that the developer had previously agreed to a 6-storey development with the City.Continue reading
We received a tip from an eagle-eyed resident regarding some large mobile signs promoting Alderman Berry’s run for the Mayor’s Chair. ‘Tis the season for signage, but after checking them out ourselves, there is more than one message than what is plastered on the sign.
For those who have been following all the way back since our inception, the above image might look familiar. It was used in our first post about the Planning & Development Committee rejecting LJM’s Waterview Phase II second major revision in 2016… which Council later overturned and approved.
NewsNow just published an article regarding the recent OMB decision on the LJM Waterview Phase II appeal. You can read the full article at this link: OMB Green Lights 15-Storey Condo.
We have also reprinted the article here in the event your browswer/device has issues with the online web viewer.
The new year starts off with two committee meetings this week, Admin & Finance and Planning & Development. The content may not be meaty, but there are always a few good tidbits hiding in these meetings.
We hope that everyone managed to enjoy the unseasonable (in a good sense) weather we had this past weekend. While it may have felt like summer, it is definitely fall and the Planning & Development Agenda for this Tuesday’s meeting is an extensive buffet of items.
Grab your utensils and let’s dig into the Agenda!
Planning & Development Committee started the Fall 2017 session off with a buffet of agenda items. The updated agenda (with the Interim Site Alteration/Fill By-law) can be found at:
Here are the highlights of the meeting:
PHOTO CREDIT: GCFRG
It should come as no surprise to those who drive along the QEW even on an irregular basis or those who follow our posts, that the first phase of LJM’s “Waterview Condominums” has been declared as “delayed”.