120 townhouses proposed to replace derelict homes in Mississauga


Published May 30, 2024 at 2:13 pm

376 derry road west

A 124-unit development is proposed for a vacant property with two derelict homes on it in Mississauga.

The property is at 376 and 390 Derry Road West and backs onto a portion of Oaktree Circle, south side of Derry Road West, east of McLaughlin Road in Meadowvale.

Ballymore Homes is proposing to build 120 townhomes, two semi-detached homes and two detached homes as well a commercial building fronting Derry Road West, according to a report to the City of Mississauga. It could bring an estimated 378 people to the area.

The project comes before the City of Mississauga Planning and Development committee for consideration on Monday, June 3. Staff recommends approving the development.

“The proposed development maintains the goals and objectives of the Mississauga Official Plan and is compatible with the surrounding neighbourhood,” the staff report reads.

376 derry road west

This home is one of two boarded up houses on the property. Photo: Google Maps

Ward 11 Coun. Brad Butt held a virtual community meeting on the project on June 20, 2023 but no residents attended and the city hasn’t received written comments opposing or in favour of the development.

The site is mostly vacant aside from two vacant single-storey buildings, which appear to be boarded-up homes, fronting Derry Road West. The property behind the homes was used for transport truck parking until around 2016.

376 derry road west

Map: City of Mississauga

The plan includes 48 three-bedroom condominium townhouses; 72 three-bedroom, back-to-back condominium townhouses; two three-bedroom semi-detached homes, and two four-bedroom detached homes.

376 derry road west

Rendering: City of Mississauga

A common element condominium private road is also proposed along with a 6.5 square-metre outdoor area for each home.

For more on this project, see the Planning and Development Committee meeting agenda here.

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