An email from the Lakeshore Planning Council alerted me to this review. It’s been commented that this area plan review takes an inspiring approach toward community input.
Here’s a blurb from the above-noted (see link in previous sentence) website:
The Port Credit review is a City initiated land use study that is part of the continuing program to ensure the policies in this area remain valid and current.
The purpose of the review is to update the policies to reflect changes in local circumstances and to be consistent with Provincial, Regional and City wide planning initiatives.
The review takes into consideration relevant findings from other corporate studies that affect these areas, as well as policy directions identified through the public engagement process, where appropriate.
“Thank you Mississauga, for
Getting Behind Your Waterfront”
On a related topic, if you wish to be on the mailing list for Inspiration Lakeview (in Mississauga), you can subscribe at this website.
Here’s a blurb from the Inspiration Mississauga (see link in previous sentence) website:
What’s it all about?
The Lakeview area is Mississauga’s waterfront treasure along the southern shores of our great city. For years, the Lakeview area waterfront has been off limits to the community due to the restrictions of the Ontario Power Generation’s coal-fired generating station. With the demolition of the four stacks, known by many as the “Four Sisters,” this part of the waterfront is ready for a new vision for a remarkable and sustainable, mixed-use development at the Lakeview waterfront