Committee approves resources, workplan for new Zoning By-law

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The City’s Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee today approved the revised work plan and proposed budget needed to prepare a new Zoning By-law for Ottawa, consistent with the New Official Plan.

In accordance with the Planning Act, Ottawa needs to adopt a new Zoning By-law no more than three years after the Province approves the Official Plan that Council adopted on Wednesday, October 27. Provincial approval is anticipated in early 2022, and the approved budget would ensure the City has the staff and resources it needs to prepare the new by-law within the prescribed timeframe.

The approved work plan would see the new by-law in place by the end of 2024. Over the next three years, the City will engage with residents, community associations and other stakeholders about changes within their communities from current zoning regulations. As staff prepare the new by-law, the City will continue to consult, including on customized approaches for intensification in all of Ottawa’s neighbourhoods.

The Committee also approved a zoning amendment to permit the continued development of Manotick’s Mahogany Community, off First Line Road. This would be phase three of five and would see the lands developed with a total of 316 units, including 249 detached homes and 67 townhouses. Once completed, the entire Mahogany Community will include about 1,400 homes.

Recommendations from today’s Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee meeting will rise to Council on Wednesday, November 10.

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