6310 Hazeldean: What’s next and what you can do

6310 Hazeldean: What’s next and what you can do

We’ve heard a wide range of feedback from residents about the proposal for 6310 Hazeldean Road. Most of the comments we’ve received have been opposed to it, and there is also some support in the community. I intend to ensure that concerns are clearly understood and...

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UPDATE: Zoning by-law amendment for 6171 Hazeldean

UPDATE: Zoning by-law amendment for 6171 Hazeldean

The City of Ottawa received a subdivision and zoning by-law amendment application for 6171 Hazeldean Road in October 2020. It's located just east of Carp Road along the north side of Hazeldean, between the water tower and the new Starbucks, and immediately south of...

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121 Brae: Zoning By-Law Amendment Update

121 Brae: Zoning By-Law Amendment Update

The City of Ottawa has received a second submission for a zoning by-law amendment application for the site at 121 Brae Crescent. The proposal is for a three-storey apartment building at the corner of Brae and Norway Spruce. The property is currently vacant. More...

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Helping build more homes, faster in Ottawa

Helping build more homes, faster in Ottawa

La version française suit With federal funding and federal leadership, we are changing how cities let housing get built in their municipalities. With a greater focus on higher density housing, student housing, homes near transit and affordable housing, we are going to...

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6310 Hazeldean: Parking and walking (Part 5)

6310 Hazeldean: Parking and walking (Part 5)

La version française suit In this series, I’m trying to answer questions and feedback we’ve received about the development proposal for 6310 Hazeldean Road. The goal is not to justify the planning application or evaluate whether it’s “good” or “bad”, but to give more...

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