Hamilton City Hall Wins Legal Battle to Charge Full Development Charges Against Laneway Housing

The Owner of Hamilton’s First Laneway House Discovers that City Hall Rhetoric Is Meaningless as City Charges Full Development Charges and Parkland Fees. Full Story: Hamilton City Hall Wins Legal Battle to Charge Full Development Charges Against Laneway Housing

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LPASC: Red tape or helpful service?

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]The Local Planning Appeal Support Centre (LPASC) was setup in 2018 in conjunction with the creation of the Local Planning Appeal Tribunal (LPAT) which has replaced the role of the former OMB (Ontario Municipal Board). As its name suggests, LPASC is a support centre developed by the previous Liberal Government which, according to their website, …

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Massive Development Planned in Stoney Creek – HamiltonForward

Source: Massive Development Planned in Stoney Creek – HamiltonForward HamiltonForward has learned of a huge new development planned in Stoney Creek after new applications were published to the City of Hamilton’s online Development Mapping service.The City has received both a Development Application (no. DA-19-020) and Site Plan Application (no. SPA-19-020) for the lands at 310 …

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Coleman’s Notes: The Status of James Baptist and Why Keeping The Facade is Important to the New Owners

Buying the 98 James Street South property out of bankruptcy was costly on a per-hectare basis; the only reason the heightened cost is a good business case is the new owners inherited the planning approvals and development planning work which the previous owner completed. Source: Coleman’s Notes: The Status of James Baptist and Why Keeping …

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