What’s in store for the last undeveloped area of ​​Brampton’s; Heritage Heights?

More recently, the city acquired the services of DIALOG Planning and Design for the re-launch strategies for secondary plans for undeveloped areas.

The purpose of the re-engagement strategy is to involve all the landowners in the Secondary Plan, one of the last remaining Greenfield areas in Brampton who will help shape the future of Heritage Heights, which makes up 1/16 of the total area of ​​this Brampton.

Located in the northwest Brampton, from Mayfield Road to Valley of the Credit River, and from Winston Churchill Boulevard to Mississauga Road, was highlighted as the proposed location for a new city center in Brampton in 2040 Vision.

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This city center plans to become a complete, full-service, multi-use area with residential and employment options as well as a proposed location for the third medical facility in Brampton.

In order to help develop the future of Heritage Heights, the city of Brampton solicit input from Bramptonians during the month of November.

“The Vision 2040 aims to bring real change in the way we plan, including a look at all the development as part of the whole. By working closely with stakeholders and residents from every experience and background, it is our goal to help ‘complete’ a Brampton reflecting the wishes and needs of the people who live here, “said Regional Council of Martin Medeiros, Development Committee Chair Planning and.

Residents are encouraged to attend an informative session on the Cassie Campbell Community Center last month to be able to see the display, learn about the planning process, share ideas and ask questions.

“The Heritage Heights Visioning sessions provide exceptional opportunities for Bramptonians to be involved in shaping the last undeveloped area of ​​our city into a full Community. I encourage everyone to attend and make their voices heard on what is most important to them, whether it is work, transit, health or the environment. Together, we can create a foundation to build Heritage Heights are safe, sustainable and successful, “said Mayor Patrick Brown.

After gathering input from Brampton residents, the next step Heritage Heights’ will create a concept plan, which the city council will have to approve the new year.

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