The City of Ottawa has received a Zoning By-Law Amendment application to permit a mid-rise (9-storey) apartment building. The building is proposed to contain 62 residential units, and 3 levels underground parking with 65 parking spaces. All associated documents and reports related to this development application can be viewed at the following link – https://app01.ottawa.ca/postingplans/appDetails.jsf?lang=en&appId=__BHF364.
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The City of Ottawa has received a Site Plan Control Application at 864 Lady Ellen Place in the Carlington community. JL Richards is applying to construct their proposed new 5-storey office building and associated surface parking lot. Details of the application can be found below and at the following link https://app01.ottawa.ca/postingplans/appDetails.jsf;jsessionid=D477B6EE13C851086ACCAA2B67C63251?lang=en&appId=__BIOCVO A few proposed images […]
Transit Commission receives information on LRT Operational Readiness, Electric Buses, and Para Transpo
Ottawa – Yesterday, the Transit Commission received a report regarding Customer Service Operational Readiness for the launch of O-Train Line 1, as well as a presentation on electric buses for OC Transpo’s bus fleet. The opening of O-Train Line 1, the Confederation Line, will mark a historic transformation in the way transit service is delivered […]
Ottawa – The City of Ottawa would like to remind residents that schedule changes will take place on Monday, July 1. Visit the City’s website to view the complete list of Canada Day activities and schedule changes. Client services centres Garbage, green bin and recycling collection Parking Transit services Recreation services Ottawa Public Health Cultural […]
Ottawa residents will be able to use plastic or paper bags to dispose of household organics in the green bin Ottawa – Using the green bin will become cleaner and more convenient for Ottawa residents this summer. Plastic bags will be allowed as a bagging option for organics in the green bin – such as […]
At the June 12, 2019 City Council meeting, Councillor Brockington brought forward two notice of motions for consideration. They are for the Gibran Khalil Gibran Commemorative Blades on Ridgewood Avenue and the Reflections of Greece Commemorative Blades on Prince of Wales Drive. You can read the full motions below. If you have any questions or […]
Overview As a component of the 2018 Operating Budget, Council approved $300,000 towards a Rental Accommodation Regulation Study (the “Study”). This study will provide Council with advice and recommendations concerning a regulatory regime for private rental housing, newer short-term rental services such as Airbnb or Flipkey, and traditional hospitality providers such as hotels and motels. […]
Thank you to residents for attending the Public Information Session for the upcoming Hog’s Back infrastructure project. Below are links to the presentation slides from the meeting on May 13. If you would like to receive future e-updates or have any suggestions or questions regarding this project please contact my office Riley.Brockington@Ottawa.ca.
The City of Ottawa has received a Site Plan Control application to revise the approved site plan for a residential apartment building at 655 and 755 Anand Private (City File D07-12-14-0132) to increase the height of the two towers from 16 storeys to 17; add a new 6-storey podium connecting the towers, and increase the […]