WELCOME TO BRONTE & WARD 1
"From its early beginnings as a shipping depot for wheat and lumber, to its importance as a fishing village and present role as a regional recreational marina, Bronte is a community defined by its strong ties to the Lake Ontario waterfront."
Bronte Historical Society
The BVRA will be hosting its first ever Community Conversation on Saturday July 9 between 10:30 and Noon at the Butterfly Pavilion in Bronte Heritage Waterfront Park.
The featured speaker will be Bronte's own Johnathan McNeice, an urban planner and advisor to the BVRA. Johnathan will speak to recent development applications and how we can preserve our vibrant Village character.
Please bring your own chair. The BVRA will provide bottled water, coffee and TimBits.
Bronte Village Residents Association
P.O. Box 60057
Hopedale Mall Post Office
Oakville, ON L6L 6R4
Bronte Heritage Waterfront Park
Bronte Pier & Harbour
Bronte Yacht Club
Bronte Creek Provincial Park & Campground
Shell Park& Skate Park
Queen Elizabeth Park Community & Cultural Centre
South Shell Park & Beach
Leashless Dog Park (WOOF)
Cineplex Cinemas Oakville & VIP
WARD 1 EVENTS
Ontario Land Tribunal
Case Management Conference by Video Conference
July 28, 2022 - 10:00 AM
Proposed Amendments to Town of Oakville Livable Oakville Plan and Town of Oakville Zoning By-law 2014-14
2262 - 2266 Lakeshore Road West and 83 East Street
Applicant and Appellant: 2266 Lakeshore LP
After receiving submissions from numerous interested residents and stakeholders and considering the alternative options, Council passed a resolution authorizing staff to negotiate and finalize a settlement of the Owner’s appeals based on a revised 10-storey development proposal, subject to certain issues being resolved. The revised 10-storey proposal would maintain a similar unit count of 244, with an increased amount of commercial space at grade, but a reduced overall GFA of 18,635 m2 and FSI of 4.84.
The Owner and the Town are working to resolve the outstanding issues and anticipate being in a position to present a settlement to the Ontario Land Tribunal during the Case Management Conference scheduled to occur on July 28, 2022. Assuming the settlement is finalized, the parties would use the Case Management Conference to seek approval of amendments to the Official Plan and Zoning By-law 2014-014 to facilitate a revised 10-storey mixed-use development on the Site.