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7
Jan

243/245 Hinchey Development Proposal - updated (2)

For those who have been following the 243-245 Hinchey Ave development, you may be interested to know that a few additional minor changes have been made to the application, as follows:

5
Jan

157 Holland Ave - Site Plan Application

A Site Plan Control application has been submitted to construct a three-storey residential building, containing 12 units. The proposal includes 160 square metres of amenity space and 12 covered bicycle parking spaces. The site is currently occupied by a triplex, detached garage, and surface parking area. Adjacent to the property on the east side of Holland Ave are mainly mixed-use developments with ground floor commercial and residential units above. Across the street on the west side of Holland Ave are mature, semi-detached homes.

4
Jan

935 Wellington St W - Pre-Mature Demolition Application

The property owners of 935 Wellington St W are moving forward with an application to permit the demolition of the 1.5-storey residential building dwelling which is currently in poor condition and is uninhabitable.

4
Jan

City vaccination update

Council received this morning an update on the work being done in Ottawa to vaccinate residents against the covid-19 virus. Click the .pdf document below to read more.

27
Dec

Webb's Motel site vote expected in February

Since last spring, residents around the former Webb’s Motel (1705 Carling Avenue) have been working in opposition to the 22-storey apartment tower and 9-storey retirement building proposed for the site.

21
Dec

Province-wide lockdown declared

Good afternoon, Kitchissippi.

13
Dec

Grunt restaurant

This evening I was alerted to what is apparently a forced shut-down and eviction of popular restaurant Grunt in Mechanicsville. The Ottawa Citizen article is here.

11
Dec

166 Huron Ave development proposal + virtual open house

The Jewish Youth Library is planning to relocate to 166 Huron Avenue North. The site is currently zoned for residential (R3I – Residential Third Density, Subzone I), therefore, a Zoning By-law Amendment is required to permit a small library use. As the site and current building are a designated heritage resource, no changes to the site or building are proposed in association with the Zoning By-law Amendment.

11
Dec

1040 Somerset Street West - Site Plan Control Reactivation

Staff have received a new submission for a Site Plan Control application at 1040 Somerset Street West, which was originally submitted in 2013.

11
Dec

243-245 Hinchey Development Proposal - Updated Submission

There has been a resubmission on the application for 243-254 Hinchey Ave, which we previously discussed with the community in the summer. Since the initial submission, the applicant has made a number of changes in response to technical and public comments.

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