City Council - Planning
Meeting Agenda

Council Chambers
Guelph City Hall, 1 Carden Street

Changes to the original agenda are noted with an asterisk "*".

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The following resolutions have been prepared to facilitate Council’s consideration of various matters and are suggested for consideration. If Council wishes to address a specific report in isolation of the Consent Agenda, please identify the item. It will be extracted and dealt with separately as part of the Items for Discussion.

  • Recommendation:
    1. That the application submitted by IBI Group on behalf of the owner, Victoria Park Village Inc. on the lands municipally known as 12 Poole Street and legally described as Block 91, 61M-244, City of Guelph for an Official Plan Amendment to redesignate the subject lands from the “Low Density Greenfield Residential” land use designation to a “High Density Residential” land use designation with a site-specific policy to allow a maximum net density of 208 units per hectare, be refused; a summary of reasons for refusal are set out in Attachment-3 of Report 2022-207, dated June 13, 2022.

Patrick Stiles and Michael Kennedy

  • Recommendation:
    1. That Official Plan Amendment No. 81, initiated by the City of Guelph, for the Emma Street to Earl Street pedestrian bridge, be approved as outlined in Attachment-2 to Report 2022-198.

Katie Nasswetter, Senior Development Planner

Jill Melo-Graydon

  • Recommendation:
    1. That report 2022-170 regarding proposed Official Plan and Zoning By-law Amendment applications (File OZS22-005) by GSP Group on behalf of 2371633 Ontario Inc, to permit the development of a 10 storey mixed use building containing 389 residential units and 600 square metres of commercial, on the lands municipally known as 785 Gordon Street, from Infrastructure, Development and Enterprise Services dated June 13, 2022, be received.

Michael Witmer, Senior Development Planner

Drew Iverson
Adam and Sylvia Campbell

  • Recommendation:
    1. That report 2022-192 regarding proposed Zoning By-law Amendment application (File OZS22-006) by MHBC Planning Limited on behalf of Reid’s Heritage Homes to permit a 154 unit stacked townhouse development as well as eight (8) single detached dwelling units on the lands municipally known as 1563-1576 Gordon Street; 42 & 48 Lowes Road West; and 164-182 Dawn Avenue, from Infrastructure, Development and Enterprise Services dated June 13, 2022, be received.

Resolution to adopt the By-laws (Councillor D. O'Rourke).

Please provide any announcements, to the Mayor in writing, by 12 noon on the day of the Council meeting.

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