Initial findings from the North King’s Town project draft cultural heritage report, draft transportation report, and the draft land use and built form policies will be presented by the project’s team on October 3.
Secondary plans contain a land-use plan and policies, urban design guidelines, transportation plan, servicing plan and financial plan to direct the growth of a particular area.
There will be three opportunities that day for the public to hear updates and provide input on those findings.
On October 3rd between 11am and 12:30am, join the Talking Circle in the Kingston Community Health Centre at 263 Weller Avenue. Between 2pm and 4:30pm and then from 6pm to 8:30pm, there will be an open house and workshop at the Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 560, at 734 Montreal Street.
“This is an important conversation about ensuring a sustainable and vibrant future for the North King’s Town community,” said Paige Agnew, director of planning, building and licensing for the City, in release. “As a historically significant neighborhood, we want to ensure this project takes steps to preserve the area’s unique heritage through effective land-use and build form policies.”
Project details can be found at CityofKingston.ca/NorthKingsTown.
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