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BRAMPTON *** ReportCity Councilbfampto" Flower City The Corporation of the City of Brampton
Date: May 21, 2014 BRAMFTON CITY COUNCIL
File: P25RE- OS &C05W11.004 patc- JkW& 19, 2ovM
Subject: Official Plan Amendment Transmittal Report Application to Amend the Official Plan GLEN SCHNARR & ASSOCIATES INC. - OSMINGTON INC. To add the Osmington lands into the Mount Pleasant Secondary Plan (Area 51) as a Special Policy Area with criteria to guide the evaluation of a development application) NW Quadrant of Mississauga Road & Bovaird Drive West CON 5 WHS PT LOT 11
Contact: Jill Hogan, Planning Project Manager, NW Brampton
This report forwards an Official Plan Amendment to Council for adoption. The amendment adds the Osmington lands to the Mount Pleasant Secondary Plan (Area 51) as a Special Policy Area with criteria to guide the evaluation of a development application. The purpose of this amendment is to enable the Osmington proposal to be evaluated within the context of the Mount Pleasant Secondary Plan, recognizing the linkages between the Osmington lands and the Mount Pleasant Mobility Hub. A subsequent Official Plan Amendment and zoning by-law will be required before development can proceed.
1. THAT the report from Jill Hogan, Planning Project Manager, NW Brampton entitled, "Official Plan Amendment Transmittal Report", dated May 21, 2014 to the City Council Meeting of June 18, 2014 re: Application to Amend the Official Plan, GLEN SCHNARR & ASSOCIATES INC.- OSMINGTON INC. Ward: 6, File: P25RE-OS & C05W11.004 be received;
2. THAT the by-law attached hereto as Appendix 'A' be passed to adopt the Official Plan Amendment to add the Osmington lands into the Mount Pleasant
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Secondary Plan (Area 51) as a Special Policy Area with criteria to guide the evaluation of a development application; and,
3. THAT it is hereby determined that in adopting the attached Official Plan amendment, Council has had regard to all matters of Provincial Interest and the Provincial Policy Statement as set out in Section 2 and 3(5) respectively of the Planning Act, R.S.O. c.P. 13, as amended.
The private application was approved in principle by Council on February 26, 2014.
The Osmington lands are located in Northwest Brampton at the northwest quadrant of Mississauga Road and Bovaird Drive West in the "Heritage Heights Community". No approved secondary plan is in force.
The amendment adds the Osmington lands to the Mount Pleasant Secondary Plan (Area 51) as a Special Policy Area with criteria to guide the evaluation of a development application. Criteria to be evaluated includes:
Corridor Protection; Transportation Capacity &Transit Integration; Shale Protection; Servicing & Environmental Considerations; Planned Function of the City's Retail Hierarchy; Employment Targets; and, Cost Sharing
The purpose of this first step amendment is to allow the Osmington proposal to be evaluated within the context of the approved Mount Pleasant Secondary Plan, recognizing the linkages between the Osmington lands and the Mount Pleasant Mobility Hub.
Attached for enactment is an Official Plan Amendment that adds the Osmington lands to the Mount Pleasant Secondary Plan (Area 51) as a Special Policy Area. Criteria is included to guide the evaluation of a development application.
Osmington's development plans include a regional retail centre, office, hotel, higher density housing and community uses. A subsequent Official Plan Amendment and zoning by-law will be required before development can proceed.
There are no corporate implications associated with this amendment
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There are no financial implications associated with this amendment.
The proposal achieves Strategic Plan priorities by incorporating principles of mixed-use and transit oriented development providing shopping, housing and employment opportunities, supporting the "Growing" Strategic Initiative of building complete communities.
The proposal also supports the "Thriving" Strategic Initiative of encouraging economic growth by attracting commercial development.
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Attachment: Appendix 'A': Official Plan Amendment
81" Council Transmittal Report
THE CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF BRAMPTON
To Adopt Amendment Number OP2006
to the Official Plan of the
Cityof Brampton Planning Area
The Council ofThe Corporation of the Cityof Brampton, in accordance with the provisionsof the Planning Act, R.S.0.1990, c.P. 13, hereby ENACTS as follows:
1. Amendment Number OP2006 ,to the Official Plan of the City of
Brampton Planning Area is herebyadopted and made part of this by-law.
READ a FIRST, SECOND and THIRD TIME, and PASSED in OPEN COUNCIL, this day of 2014.
SUSAN FENNELL - MAYOR
Approved as to Content: APPROVED
AS TO FORM LAW DEPT. BRAMPTON
! HeYirtk ZborjSnMCIP, RPP DATE
ActingDirector, Planning Policy&Growth Management
AMENDMENT NUMBER OP2006 - _ to the Official Plan of the
City of Brampton Planning Area
AMENDMENT NUMBER OP2006
TO THE OFFICIAL PLAN OF THE
CITY OF BRAMPTON PLANNING AREA
The amendment proposes to identify the lands shown outlined on Schedule 'A' to
this amendment as a 'Special Policy Area' in the Brampton Official Plan and to
add these lands into the Mount Pleasant Secondary Plan (Area51). The
purpose of the SpecialPolicy Area is to establish specific criteria to guide the processing of a development application for the subject lands in absence of an
approved secondary plan west of Mississauga Road.
The lands subjectto this amendmentare located within the north-west quadrant of Mississauga Road and Bovaird Drive West in the area known as the Heritage Heights Community. The subject property has frontage of about 370 metres along Bovaird Drive West and is legallydescribed as Part of Lot 11, Concession
5, W.H.S. in the City of Brampton.
3.0 Amendments and Policies Relative Thereto:
3.1 The document known as the Official Plan of the City of Brampton Planning Area is hereby amended:
(1) by adding to Schedule "A" General Land Use Designations thereto,
a Special Policy Area designation and identifying the land as shown
on Schedule 'A'to this amendment as "Special Policy Area 11";
(2) by revising Schedule "G" Secondary Plan Areas, thereto the
boundaries of the Mount Pleasant Secondary Plan (Area 51) and
the Huttonville North Secondary Plan (Area 52) as shown on
Schedule 'B' to this amendment;
(3) by adding to Section 184.108.40.206 the heading "Special Land Use
PolicyArea 11: Osmington Regional Retail Centre, Northwest
Quadrantof Mississauga Road and Bovaird Drive)" and the following policies:
220.127.116.11.1 A proposal has been submitted to the City of Brampton for
the development of a Regional Commercial Centre; to
include a hotel, officesand higherdensity housing at the
northwest quadrant of Mississauga Road and Bovaird Drive
The subject lands are strategically located adjacent to the
Mount Pleasant Mobility Hub. The proposed development of
the subject property incorporates the principlesof transit
oriented development and includes a significant employment
component. To realize the benefits arising from this
proposal, the subject lands have been added to the Mount
Pleasant Secondary Plan (Area 51) with the following
specific policy framework of the Regional and Brampton
Official Plans to ensure all appropriate matters are
considered when the lands are developed:
18.104.22.168.2 In evaluatinga further amendment to this Plan to implement
a development application for the lands, the following criteria
shall be demonstrated to the satisfaction of the City of
i) That the proposed development will be integrated into the Cityand Region's transit oriented strategic objectives and that there is sufficienttransportation capacity in the proposed transit and road network prior to the completion of the North-South Transportation Corridor (now referred to as the GTA West Corridor);
ii) That the development will be planned in accordance with the principles of a transit oriented development, including superior urban design and built form that integrates with the overall planning for the balance of the lands west of Mississauga Road, includingthe lands at the northwest intersection of Mississauga Road and Bovaird DriveWest;
iii) Shoulddevelopmentof the Regional Retail Centre precede development of Secondary Plan Area 52 and 53 and the associated population, the City shall be satisfied that there will be no undue impact on the planned function of the Central Areaand the City's retail hierarchy as prescribed in the City of Brampton'sOfficial Plan and that the required infrastructure will be available to suppor