Guelph city council gets back to planning matters, and the first official planning meeting since March. There’s one plan on the docket to get things warmed up again, and it could potentially bring more development to the south end.
NOTE #1: Delegates will be able to appear at this meeting via telephone, but you do have to register with the clerks office before 1o am on Friday May 22. You can also submit written delegations and correspondences for agenda items.
NOTE #2: The meeting will be closed to the public, though it will be live-streamed on the City of Guelph’s website here.
220 Arkell Road Public Meeting Report – In this first planning application to be heard in the COVID-19 era, council will look over the plans for a piece of land at 220 Arkell, which is technically behind Dawes Ave if you look at the map. The land currently has one single detached dwelling on it, plus several accessory buildings, but they will be demolished to make room for a new subdivision that includes 31 new single detached dwellings plus 60 cluster townhouses. This will be the statutory public meeting for the development, and no final decisions about the proposal will be made at this time.