The City of Ottawa has now posted all of the plans and studies submitted by Canada Lands Company for the municipal planning approvals required for redevelopment of the former CFB Rockcliffe. In addition to the draft plan of subdivision and zoning, the City of Ottawa has posted the following plans to its “devapps” website: Official […]Read more about All Planning Documents Now Posted to City of Ottawa “devapps” Web Site.
After three years of planning and consultation, the City of Ottawa is now commencing the formal approval process for the development of a new mixed-use community at the Former CFB Rockcliffe. The public consultation process for the Former CFB Rockcliffe Community Design Plan (CDP), which Canada Lands Company started in Fall 2012, resulted in broad […]Read more about City of Ottawa Public Meeting.
Public input received through Canada Lands Company’s consultation process, combined with the analysis of the technical agencies, has guided the project team in the preparation of a draft Community Design Plan (CDP) and associated draft preferred plan. Based upon preliminary comments on a previous draft CDP and new information from the City of Ottawa, a […]Read more about We’ve Submitted!.
Canada Lands Company finalizes Community Design Plan (CDP) & submits to City of Ottawa with supporting reports such as Environmental Assessment (EA) Master Plans for Transportation & Servicing Infrastructure which include impact assessment and mitigation plans. City of Ottawa begins public & technical agency review to prepare recommendation to Planning Committee. City of Ottawa publishes notice for EAs […]Read more about Next Steps: Stay Tuned & Get Connected!.
February 20, 2014: Canada Lands Company would like to thank everyone who came out to our third public event. Canada Lands is grateful to everyone who has participated and contributed during this fruitful and innovative public consultation process for the former CFB Rockcliffe. The presentation and display boards from the event can be found here: Resource Library […]Read more about Community Consultation #3.