Revised Agenda
Planning & Development Committee
The Corporation of the City of Brampton

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Members:
  • Regional Councillor M. Medeiros - Wards 3 and 4
  • Regional Councillor P. Fortini - Wards 7 and 8
  • Regional Councillor R. Santos - Wards 1 and 5
  • Regional Councillor P. Vicente - Wards 1 and 5
  • City Councillor D. Whillans - Wards 2 and 6
  • Regional Councillor M. Palleschi - Wards 2 and 6
  • City Councillor J. Bowman - Wards 3 and 4
  • City Councillor H. Singh - Wards 9 and 10
  • Regional Councillor G. Dhillon - Wards 9 and 10
  • Mayor Patrick Brown (ex officio)

 

 

 

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To Facilitate: To permit a six (6) storey apartment building, and seven (7) three-storey residential back-to-back stacked townhouse complex buildings, containing a total of 243 condominium units.  


Location: 8654 Mississauga Road


Staff Presentation:  Nasir Mahmood, Planner.


Recommendation

To Facilitate:   To permit the development of the currently vacant property for fifty-six (56) single detached dwellings and two (2) townhouse blocks containing approximately thirty-two (32) units. The proposal includes blocks for a school, residential reserves, a walkway, Rainbow Creek industrial lands east of the Rainbow Creek natural heritage system and new streets to access Clarkway Drive and adjacent subdivisions.  


Location:   10201 Clarkway Drive.


Staff Presentation:  Emma DeMelo, Planner.


Recommendation

A Temporary Use Zoning By-law Amendment to permit the outdoor storage of motor vehicles on the southern portion of the lands for a period of three (3) years.


Location:  ‘0’ Queen Street East; North side of Queen Street, west of Sun Pac Boulevard.


Staff Presentation:  Andrew Ramsammy, Planner


Recommendation


(See Item 6.1)

1. Catherine Jay, SGL Planning and Designing Inc.,  Mauro Peverini, Solmar, and Barry Graziani, Graziani and Corazza Architects


To be received


(See Items 7.3 and 10.1)

Note: This report has been moved to the Referred/Deferred Matters section of the agenda – Item 10.1.

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Note: Referred from the Council Meeting of August 10, 2022, pursuant to to the following Council Resolution: 

That Recommendation PDC138-2022 be referred to the August 22, 2022 meeting of the Planning and Development Committee, for further consideration regarding setback of zero metres.


Recommendation PDC138-2022 is outlined below for reference.

PDC138-2022

1.    That the staff report re: Application to Amend the Official Plan and the Main Street North Development Permit System By-law, SGL Planning and Design Inc. – Bristol Place Corp. (Solmar Development Corp.) 199-221 Main Street North, 34-44 Thomas Street, and 4 Market Street, Ward 1 (File: OZS-2022-0011), to the Planning and Development Committee Meeting of July 25, 2022, be received; and, 

2.    That the application to amend the Official Plan and Main Street North Development Permit System By-law, submitted by SGL Planning and Design Inc. on behalf of Bristol Place Corp. (Solmar Development Corp.), Ward 1, File: OZS-2022-0011, be approved on the basis that it represents good planning, including that it is consistent with the Provincial Policy Statement, and conforms to the Growth Plan for the Greater Golden Horseshoe, the Region of Peel Official Plan, and is consistent with the goals and objectives of the City’s Official Plan, and for reasons set out in this Recommendation Report; and,

3.    That it is determined that no further notice be given in respect of the proposal and that no further public meeting be held; and,

4.    That the amendment to the Official Plan, including the Downtown Brampton Secondary Plan, generally in accordance with the Official Plan amendment attached as Appendix 12 of this report, be adopted; and,

5.    That the amendment to the Main Street North Development Permit System By-law, generally in accordance with the amending development permit system by-law attached as Appendix 13 to this report, be adopted, and that it be further amended specifically to permit minimum building setbacks from Main Street North of 0 metres to the first 6 storeys of both buildings, and 3 metres to any portion of the building above the 6th storey of both buildings.

6. That the delegation from David Riley, SGL Planning and Design Inc., re: Application to Amend the Official Plan and the Main Street North, Development Permit System By-law, SGL Planning and Design Inc. – Bristol Place Corp. (Solmar Development Corp.),199-221 Main Street North,  4 Market Street, Ward 1 (File OZS-2022-0011), to the Planning and Development Committee meeting of July 25, 2022, be received; and, 

7. That the following correspondence re: Application to Amend the Official Plan and the Main Street North, Development Permit System By-law, SGL Planning and Design Inc. – Bristol Place Corp. (Solmar Development Corp.),199-221 Main Street North,  4 Market Street, Ward 1 (File OZS-2022-0011) to the Planning and Development Committee meeting of July 25, 2022, be received:

1. David Riley, SGL Planning and Design Inc., dated July 22, 2022

Note: This item was re-ordered on the agenda to be listed under the appropriate section as 10.1.


(See Items 6.4 and 7.3)

1. Neil Mendes, Brampton Resident, dated August 4, 2022


2. Don Syrnyk, Brampton Resident, dated August 8, 2022


3.  Lindsay Goodyear, Brampton Resident, dated August 10, 2022


4. Luigi Battista, Brampton Resident, dated August 15, 2022


5. Margaret Savage, Brampton Resident, dated August 15, 2022


6. John Braidford, Brampton Resident, dated August 16, 2022


To be received.


(See Items 5.4 and 6.3)

15 Minute Limit (regarding any decision made at this meeting)


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Next Regular Meeting: Monday, September 12, 2022 at 7:00 p.m.

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