Today Ottawa City Council unanimously approved the Former CFB Rockcliffe Community Design Plan, Official Plan Amendment, Secondary Plan, Master Servicing Study, and Low Impact Development stormwater management pilot project. Canada Lands Company looks forward to the next stages of this exciting new community, including further approvals, development, marketing and sales.Read more about Update.
Big news to share! We are thrilled to announce that today the City of Ottawa Planning Committee unanimously agreed to recommend that Ottawa City Council approve the Former CFB Rockcliffe Community Design Plan, Official Plan Amendment and Secondary Plan. City Council is expected to consider approval of these plans on October 14. The City’s Planning […]Read more about Big news to share!.
The City of Ottawa has set Tuesday, September 22, as the date when its Planning Committee will consider the Former CFB Rockcliffe Community Design Plan (CDP), Secondary Plan, and Official Plan Amendment (OPA). The City has posted the Planning Committee agenda for the week of September 14 to 18 at: http://app05.ottawa.ca/sirepub/mtgviewer.aspx?meetid=6470&doctype=agenda&itemid=334951 Canada Lands Company’s public […]Read more about City of Ottawa Planning Committee to Consider CDP Approval September 22.
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.