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Milton Education Village Secondary Plan

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(This web page refers to the Milton Education Village Secondary Plan. For information on the project, visit the Milton Education Village page.)

The Town of Milton and Halton Region have been involved in a strategy for managing Regional and local growth to the year 2031 known as Sustainable Halton. The Sustainable Halton process builds on the Halton Urban Structure Plan which plans for growth to 2021. 

In relation to the proposed growth, the Town is undertaking the preparation of a Secondary Plan and supporting studies for the Milton Education Village area, together with related Regional and Local Official Plan Amendments and a Development Permit By-law.

The Secondary Plan is also being undertaken in the context of servicing, transportation, parks and open space systems, natural heritage and sub-watershed/environmental background work which was identified through the recently updated Halton Region Transportation and Water/Wastewater Servicing Master Plans, in addition to the locally adopted Town of Milton Boyne Survey Secondary Plan.

The area referred to as the Boyne Survey Secondary Plan Area within the Town of Milton, is the third of three planned residential areas of growth, designated as such within the current Milton Urban Expansion Area boundary, being implemented as part of the Halton Urban Structure Plan (HUSP).

Study Area 

The Milton Education Village Secondary Plan Study Area is located west of Tremaine Road and the Boyne Survey (see Map).

The area is approximately 162 hectares (400 acres) in size and is bounded by the Niagara Escarpment Plan Area to the north, Tremaine Road to the east, Britannia Road to the south and the Greenbelt Plan Area to the west (a small portion of which is located in the Study Area).

Note: The series of technical background studies that will be completed as part of the secondary plan study and the study areas for the technical work in some cases will extend beyond the secondary plan study area outlined above. 

Study Schedule and Public Meeting Dates* 

 

StepDate
Study CommencementFebruary 2012
Background  and Options AnalysisMarch - September 2012
Background and Options ReportSeptember 25, 2012 (Public Input Session)
Preferred OptionWinter 2014 (Council Meeting and Public Open House)
Draft Secondary Plan related to Official Plan Amendments and Implementation Strategy Preparation and AnalysisWinter 2014
Release of Secondary Plan and related documents  Winter 2014 (Public Input Session) 
Statutory Public Meeting to review Draft Secondary PlanSpring-Summer 2014
Finalization and adoption of Secondary Plan Spring-Summer 2014

* These dates are anticipated and subject to change. 

Presentation Materials and Documents 

Draft Background Reports

Information from Public Open House - September 25, 2012

A Public Open House was held on Tuesday, September 25, 2012.  The purpose of the initial public open house and presentation was to provide an opportunity for the public to discuss with Planning staff, the study process and initial results of the background studies relating to the Milton Education Village Secondary Plan.

 

Study Team 

Macaulay Shiomi Howson Ltd. has been retained to lead the Milton Education Village Secondary Plan study process. In addition, they are responsible for the land use planning component of the project.  The study team also includes the following technical specialists:

  • AMEC Environment & Infrastructure (Water Resources, Municipal Services)
  • Paradigm Transportation Solutions Ltd. (Transportation)
  • Brook McIIlroy Inc. (Urban Design)
  • Watson & Associates Economists Ltd. (Economic Analysis and Demographic Forecasting)
  • Cosburn Giberson Landscape Architects (Parks & Open Space Planning and Design)
  • Unterman McPhail (Cultural Heritage)
  • W. Scott Morgan and Associates (Market Analysis)
  • Dougan & Associates (Natural Environment)
 

Public Consultation and Study Contact 

During the course of the study there will be several opportunities for public and community input, through the venues of open houses and meetings and through this website.

Written submissions are welcomed at any time and should be addressed to the study contact listed below:

Senior Manager, Planning Policy Planning and Development Department Town of Milton 150 Mary Street Milton, ON L9T 6Z5 Telephone: 905-878-7252, ext. 2398 Fax: 905-876-5024