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517 Gladstone Site Plan Control

What’s Happening?

A Site Plan Control (D07-12-17-0094) application for the construction of a three storey stacked townhouse development comprising of eighteen units.


Minor variance request for rear and side-yard setbacks and landscaping requirements to the Committee of Adjustment on October 4th, 2017.

Public Comment Period: Comment Period in Progress.

For More Information or to Make a Comment:

Simon Deiaco, Development Review Planner

City of Ottawa
Tel: 613-580-2424 x15641
Fax: 613-560-6006

517 Gladstone

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New Cycle Tracks Coming to Booth Street Bridge

I am happy to report that a design solution has been confirmed that will improve connectivity and cycling safety on Booth Street between Albert Street and the intersection of the Sir John A. Macdonald Parkway.

Below are functional design renderings of the future Booth Street solution. These renderings are subject to change once the detailed design phase commences.

Booth Street_South

This functional design solution, which features a mix of cycle tracks and bike lanes along Booth Street, will provide safe cycling connectivity within this important active transportation corridor to many current and future amenities in this area, including:

  • Future Confederation Line Pimisi station
  • Bike paths between Ottawa and Gatineau
  • Canadian War Museum and Holocaust Memorial
  • Future developments in the vicinity, including LeBreton Flats and Zibi

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Reevely: Opioid emergency prompts push for unapproved injection site

ZDrug users are dying while politicians fill out forms and wait for approvals for supervised injection sites, says a group promising to open a guerrilla injection tent of its own somewhere in Ottawa Friday.

Overdose Prevention Ottawa, which has only existed for a matter of days, is taking the delicate political compromises that have let harm-reduction efforts lurch forward here and kicking them aside. Because waiting is costing lives, the group says.

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The Off Bank Community Garden: Partnership pays off for developers and residents

IMG_5828-e1503354360661-560x385The Off Bank Community Garden, one building space east of Bank on Nepean, formally opened on June 4, after several phases of initial development starting in July 2016.

Members of the Trees and Greenspace Committee (T&G) of the Centretown Citizens Community Association (CCCA), and several of the gardeners, were joined by Kevin Yemm, vice president of land development for the Richcraft Group, and Councillor Catherine McKenney.

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