Milton council to discuss proposed zoning bylaw amendments for Timberlea and Dorset Park neighbourhoods

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Published November 24, 2021 at 12:17 pm

The Town of Milton is undergoing a Mature Neighbourhoods Character Study and continues to seek community feedback on the proposed zoning bylaw amendments for the Timberlea and Dorset Park neighbourhoods.

As a result, this will be up for discussion at an upcoming virtual statutory public meeting.

The character study aims to gain a better understanding when it comes to the elements that contribute to neighbourhood character, according to the Town of Milton.

The study is also assessing the policies of the Official Plan and the regulatory framework of the Town’s zoning bylaw and whether they are effective for managing developments as well as maintaining the character of mature neighbourhoods.

The project’s third phase includes the Fallingbrook, Forrest Grove, Bronte Meadows, Valley View, Dorset Park and Timberlea neighbourhoods and is partially complete.

Feedback has already been sought out on the proposed zoning bylaw amendment for the Fallingbrook, Forrest Grove, Bronte Meadows and Valley View neighbourhoods. The amendment that was approved introduces standards that are applicable to these mature neighbourhood areas.

The Town collected feedback on the proposed zoning regulations for the Timberlea and Dorset Park neighbourhoods through a public consultation and is now inviting members of the public to provide their input on this application at a virtual statutory public meeting.

The meeting is set to take place on Monday, Dec. 13 at 7:00 p.m.

While members of the public are being invited to provide feedback, a decision on this application will not be made by Milton Council that day.

Those interested in participating may fill out the delegate request form. For assistance filling out the form, email the Town or call 905-878-7252 ext. 0. Forms must be submitted by Dec. 9, 2021, at 12:00 p.m.

For more information and details on the proposed changes, click here.

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