Woodroffe/Deerfox focused zoning study
In response to residents' interest about development in their neighbourhood, City staff are undertaking a Focused Zoning Study of the current and proposed rezoning of four properties at 3102 – 3130 Woodroffe Avenue, as well as the current zoning of six additional properties at 3150 – 3162 Woodroffe Avenue and 15 – 39 Deerfox Drive. The study is guided by the policies for land use in the current City of Ottawa Official Plan.
Councillors Harder and Desroches and City staff invite you to the first Public Information Session for this Focused Zoning Study:
Wednesday, January 16, 2013
Walter Baker Sports Centre – Food Court
100 Malvern Drive
Presentation at 6 p.m.
Discussion until 8 p.m.
If you have ideas or questions about the type of development that is to be permitted at this location and the impact it may have on your neighbourhood, we encourage you to attend.
What is a Focused Zoning Study?
In response to the Planning Summit held in April of 2012, staff within the Zoning, Intensification and Neighbourhoods Unit will be undertaking reviews of zoning situations where it has been identified that inconsistency with the City's Official Plan policies exist.
A Focused Zoning Study is meant to be both thorough and quick so that the public can provide input and feedback in a focused manner on specific issues that need prompt resolution.
A Focused Zoning Study...
examines the existing zoning of a limited geographic area in the context of consistency with the Official Plan; and
includes the opportunity for public input on the proposed recommendations coming out of the study.