Meadowvale Neighbourhood Character Study

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About the project

The City is undertaking a study to assess the character of the townhouse, apartment, and retail areas in the Meadowvale Neighbourhood. The goal of the study is to develop a policy framework that will guide future growth and compatible development in the area.

The study covers the area between Winston Churchill Boulevard and the Meadowvale employment area, stretching from Britannia Road West in the south, to Tradewind Drive in the north (as shown in the map below - please click map for larger image). Meadowvale Town Centre and the surrounding properties, which are referred to as the Meadowvale Community Node, are not included in the study area, as these lands are already part of the ongoing Reimagining the Mall project.


Map


Help Shape Meadowvale!

Join the online community meeting on Thursday, April 29, 2021 from 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM to review the updated draft policy recommendations for the Meadowvale Neighbourhood Character Study!

Register here to be a part of the online community meeting!


Background

As a result of recent development applications proposing intensification within the Meadowvale Neighbourhood, City staff have initiated the Meadowvale Neighbourhood Character Study. For your information, staff reports to Planning and Development Committee, and OMB Decisions where applicable, regarding the development applications can be found at the following locations:

The proposed developments for 6550 Glen Erin Drive and 2700 Aquitaine Avenue have been approved by Planning and Development Committee and City Council.


Have your say

Due to COVID-19, the City has postponed in-person public engagement activities based on public health recommendations and the need for physical distancing. Your feedback matters. The City is seeking your input on how to guide and manage the Meadowvale Neighbourhood Character Study.

If you wish to mail your comments, please send them to:

Christian Binette, City Planning Strategies, 7th FL - Planning and Building, City of Mississauga, 300 City Centre Dr, Mississauga, ON L5B 3C1.



About the project

The City is undertaking a study to assess the character of the townhouse, apartment, and retail areas in the Meadowvale Neighbourhood. The goal of the study is to develop a policy framework that will guide future growth and compatible development in the area.

The study covers the area between Winston Churchill Boulevard and the Meadowvale employment area, stretching from Britannia Road West in the south, to Tradewind Drive in the north (as shown in the map below - please click map for larger image). Meadowvale Town Centre and the surrounding properties, which are referred to as the Meadowvale Community Node, are not included in the study area, as these lands are already part of the ongoing Reimagining the Mall project.


Map


Help Shape Meadowvale!

Join the online community meeting on Thursday, April 29, 2021 from 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM to review the updated draft policy recommendations for the Meadowvale Neighbourhood Character Study!

Register here to be a part of the online community meeting!


Background

As a result of recent development applications proposing intensification within the Meadowvale Neighbourhood, City staff have initiated the Meadowvale Neighbourhood Character Study. For your information, staff reports to Planning and Development Committee, and OMB Decisions where applicable, regarding the development applications can be found at the following locations:

The proposed developments for 6550 Glen Erin Drive and 2700 Aquitaine Avenue have been approved by Planning and Development Committee and City Council.


Have your say

Due to COVID-19, the City has postponed in-person public engagement activities based on public health recommendations and the need for physical distancing. Your feedback matters. The City is seeking your input on how to guide and manage the Meadowvale Neighbourhood Character Study.

If you wish to mail your comments, please send them to:

Christian Binette, City Planning Strategies, 7th FL - Planning and Building, City of Mississauga, 300 City Centre Dr, Mississauga, ON L5B 3C1.


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    Remember to join us!

    Please join us for an online community meeting on Thursday, April 29, 2021 from 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM to hear our updated policy recommendations for the Meadowvale Neighbourhood Character Study! 

    At our previous meeting, we left you with a set of draft development design and policy recommendations to keep Meadowvale a great community. Tomorrow we will share the updated draft recommendations:


    1. Bulk Control + Height

    • Height maximum of 12 storeys
    • Floor Space Index (a measure of density) maximum of 2.0


    2. Setbacks

    • Require setbacks from buildings to parks and open spaces that maintain the green character of Meadowvale


    3. Separation

    • Distance separation between tall buildings of 40 metres
    • Transition requirements between buildings of different type and form


    4. Housing

    • Promote opportunities to build affordable housing, age-friendly housing and family-friendly housing through development


    Register here to hear more about these recommendations!

     

    Vision and Guiding Principles for Meadowvale Based on What We Heard


    Open, complete community, green, parks, neighbourhoods, transitions, housing, special place, sunlight and skyview, safe, character, scale, master planned, context sensitive, redevelopment opportunities, connections, trails, evolution

    Preview of the Development Design Controls


    Bulk control and height, setbacks, separation

    We look forward to seeing you!

    Kind regards,

    The Meadowvale Neighbourhood Character Study Project Team

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