Growing the Greenbelt - Proposed amendment to the Greenbelt Area boundary regulation
O. Reg. 56/05 (Designation of Greenbelt Area)
Regulation - LGIC
Bill or Act:
Summary of Decision:
A decision was made to approve the proposed regulation amendment on January 9, 2013. It was filed as O. Reg. 6/13 with the Registrar of Regulations on January 10, 2013.
The regulation references a descriptive plan (Part 1 on Plan of the Boundary of the Glenorchy Addition).
November 20, 2012
Summary of Proposal:
The proposed regulation would add approximately 255 hectares (630 acres) to the area of land designated as Greenbelt Area in O.Reg. 59/05. O.Reg. 59/05 was made on Feb. 25, 2005 and established the boundary of the Greenbelt Area pursuant to the Greenbelt Act, 2005.
The area proposed for addition to the Greenbelt Area is located in the Town of Oakville, near the intersection of Highway 407 and Regional Road 25 (Bronte Road). The subject area is provincially owned land which is part of the Glenorchy Conservation Area.
The proposed regulation would be an amendment to O.Reg. 59/05. The final decision on the proposal would be made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council.
Manager, Greenbelt Section
Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing
Local Government and Planning Policy Division
Provincial Planning Policy Branch
777 Bay Street
January 10, 2013