The Medway Valley Heritage Conservation Master Plan has been pulled from the February 20, 2018 Planning and Environment Committee Agenda. It will be placed on either the March 19 or April 16 PEC Agenda. Please watch for updates.
Sherwood Forest School Site
City Council has approved the conditional sale of the part of the former school site slated for housing to to Forest Park Homes Hampton Group. Part of the proceeds from this sale, in the amount of $250,000.00 will be allocated to the budget for the Sherwood Forest future urban park adjacent to this infill demonstration project. The full resolution can be found here.
More details to follow but just to let you know, the public participation meeting before the City’s Planning and Environment Committee will take place on Feb 20th not before 5:15 pm at City Hall. Hopefully you can attend to speak out or include a letter for the agenda. Send letters to email@example.com by Feb 12th.
Western’s Open Space Plan
You are invited to attend …
Thursday February 15 at 6:00 p.m. in Room 1162 Althouse College. Parking will be available at the rear of Althouse College. (Entrance to Althouse College is the first stoplight south of the Sarnia Rd/Western Rd intersection)
We welcome your feedback as we move towards finalizing the strategy. You may provide comments in writing to firstname.lastname@example.org by February 28, 2018.
Western’s campus landscape shapes its public image, approach to education and research and its physical growth. Following the development and approval of Western’s Campus Master Plan in 2015, work began on the complementary Open Space Strategy. Our beautiful campus is one of our most significant assets and this strategy is required to ensure that our outdoor spaces continue to evolve following a comprehensive vision.
The Open Space Strategy builds on the natural beauty of Western’s campus and legacy of landscape stewardship to deliver a safe and beautiful campus that will foster learning and promote Western as a destination of choice for world class education and research.
The strategy proposes 10 key initiatives that will help transform campus in the coming years. Some could begin in the near future and others will be longer-term projects. For example, the Open Space Strategy includes several ways to make Western’s campus a pedestrian-priority space.
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Learn more about this strategy at: http://www.uwo.ca/ipb/publicaccountability/open_space.html
Best wishes for the holidays and a happy and healthy 2018.
Sherwood Forest School Site
The Tender for the Sherwood Forest School Site was officially released this month. The question closing period ended on December 14th and the tender closes on December 21st. We are hopeful that we get a good outcome. For more info see the City’s website.
Medway Valley Heritage Forest Environmentally Significant Area
A reminder that the public participation meeting at City Hall will likely be on February 8th. Letters can be sent to email@example.com by January 15th with a note that you want it included on the agenda when the Master Plan for this ESA is before the Planning and Environment Committee. Also copy Councillor Squire (firstname.lastname@example.org) Letters should be addressed to Chair and Members. Even better than a letter is to appear at the meeting and let the Committee members know how you feel about the ESA.
The current version of the Master Plan can be found at: http://www.london.ca/residents/Environment/Natural-Environments/Documents/MVHF_ESA_south_PhII.pdf
Neighbourhood Decision Making
The Ninja Warrior Course was the winner in our part of the city (the Northwest). City staff have said that they are still consulting about the location but it will be in a park and there will be a community consultation process.
Medway Valley Environmentally Significant Area
Continue reading “Community Update”
BRT Update from Councillor Squire
There is a Stops & Streetscapes Workshop for London’s Bus Rapid Transit System. Help influence the features and design of stops and streetscapes including:
• Safety and Security
• Heritage and Culture
Continue reading “Updates on BRT, Medway, Sherwood Forest School site and more”