The Glendale Niagara District Plan is being prepared by Niagara Region in cooperation with the Town of Niagara-on-the-Lake and City of St. Catharines.
The purpose of the study for the Glendale Niagara District Plan is to develop an exciting urban vision for an area that has been identified to accommodate high density, mixed-use urban growth.
The study area includes:
Through consultation with stakeholders and the public, visioning and background work will be completed as part of the study starting in Spring 2018.
This information will inform the vision for growth, key strategies, appropriate land use designations, and associated policies to guide future development of the lands.
On Oct. 4, 2018, Niagara Region Council endorsed the Vision and Conceptual Development Plan for Phase 1 of the Glendale Niagara District Plan. This sets the stage for the initiation of additional technical work under Phase 2, required to bring the District Plan vision closer to implementation.
A District Plan is a pro-active development strategy that supports the Region's focus on growth and economic prosperity. It's the framework for the land-use planning, design and development of complete communities in areas that currently are, or have the potential to become, iconic in nature.
District Plans are endorsed by Regional Council and the affected local area municipal council(s) as strategic land-use documents.
may 2018 to september 2018 - completed
Visioning Exercise and Conceptual Plan (led by The Planning Partnership)
january 31, 2019 - completed
Public information centre #1
March 27, 2019 - completed
Public information centre #2
November 20, 2019 - completed
Public information centre #3
October 2018 - January 2020
Technical Review and preparation of the District Plan
Senior Planner - Secondary Plans
Email Kirsten McCauley
Visioning Workshop #1 - Jul. 18, 2018
Visioning Workshop #2 - Aug. 16, 2018
Public Information Centre #1 - Jan. 31, 2019
Update to Planning and Economic Development Committee - March 20, 2019
Public Information Centre #2 - March 27, 2019
Public Information Centre #3 - November 20, 2019