Subdivision in Nestleton Station

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Application Type: Amendment to a Draft Plan of Subdivision (18T-90042)
Location: Nestleton Station (Ward 4)
Roll Numbers: 1820.040.050.07300 and 1820.040.050.06430
Applicant & Owner: 1862003 Ontario Ltd. (John Duivenvoorden)
Agent: Innovative Planning Solutions (James Hunter)
Official Plan Land Use Designation: Hamlet
Current Zoning: Hamlet Residential – Private Service (HR1) subject to a Holding provision (H)

Background: This subdivision was draft approved on October 29, 1993 and amended on February 28, 1994. The current draft plan has 29 single detached dwelling lots and a stormwater management block. In November 2017, Durham Region received an application for a proposed amendment to this draft approved plan of subdivision.

Proposed Plan: This amendment application is proposing a residential subdivision off Nestleton Road in the hamlet of Nestleton Station, with 36 single detached dwellings, 2 open space blocks and a stormater management facility. The subdivision has proposed road connections to Nestleton Road.

Public Meeting: A Virtual Public Meeting was held on January 17, 2022 at 6:30pm to provide interested parties with an opportunity to learn more about the application and provide questions and comments. A video of the public meeting is available to watch on the Council and Committee Meeting Calendar Page on the Township’s Website. Click on the January 17 Planning and Community Affairs Committee meeting in the January Calendar and a link to the video will be within the pop-up window. https://www.scugog.ca/en/township-office/council-committee-calendar.aspx

Next Steps: Staff will review and take into consideration any public and agency comments received over the next few months before bringing a recommendation report back to Township Council. Anyone who has provided comments or requested notice will be advised when the recommendation report is planned to be presented.

For More Information or to Provide Input:

Online Engagement: This online consultation page has been set up to provide information on the application to residents. Comments and questions can be submitted to the project team through the Questions and Comments section of the page.

Township Contact: For more information, to provide comments, and/or to be notified of subsequent meetings or the decision of the Township of Scugog Council, please contact Robin Prentice, Manager of Planning at the Township of Scugog (rprentice@scugog.ca).

Application Type: Amendment to a Draft Plan of Subdivision (18T-90042)
Location: Nestleton Station (Ward 4)
Roll Numbers: 1820.040.050.07300 and 1820.040.050.06430
Applicant & Owner: 1862003 Ontario Ltd. (John Duivenvoorden)
Agent: Innovative Planning Solutions (James Hunter)
Official Plan Land Use Designation: Hamlet
Current Zoning: Hamlet Residential – Private Service (HR1) subject to a Holding provision (H)

Background: This subdivision was draft approved on October 29, 1993 and amended on February 28, 1994. The current draft plan has 29 single detached dwelling lots and a stormwater management block. In November 2017, Durham Region received an application for a proposed amendment to this draft approved plan of subdivision.

Proposed Plan: This amendment application is proposing a residential subdivision off Nestleton Road in the hamlet of Nestleton Station, with 36 single detached dwellings, 2 open space blocks and a stormater management facility. The subdivision has proposed road connections to Nestleton Road.

Public Meeting: A Virtual Public Meeting was held on January 17, 2022 at 6:30pm to provide interested parties with an opportunity to learn more about the application and provide questions and comments. A video of the public meeting is available to watch on the Council and Committee Meeting Calendar Page on the Township’s Website. Click on the January 17 Planning and Community Affairs Committee meeting in the January Calendar and a link to the video will be within the pop-up window. https://www.scugog.ca/en/township-office/council-committee-calendar.aspx

Next Steps: Staff will review and take into consideration any public and agency comments received over the next few months before bringing a recommendation report back to Township Council. Anyone who has provided comments or requested notice will be advised when the recommendation report is planned to be presented.

For More Information or to Provide Input:

Online Engagement: This online consultation page has been set up to provide information on the application to residents. Comments and questions can be submitted to the project team through the Questions and Comments section of the page.

Township Contact: For more information, to provide comments, and/or to be notified of subsequent meetings or the decision of the Township of Scugog Council, please contact Robin Prentice, Manager of Planning at the Township of Scugog (rprentice@scugog.ca).

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    What happens if the new wells and houses negatively affects my well water and water levels? Will the township/builder be responsible for any and all issues related to any issues (including a new well if needed?)

    Rebecca Clements asked 1 day ago

    A Hydrogeological Report and Functional Servicing Report were submitted and peer reviewed on Region of Durham’s behalf. These studies demonstrate that the risk of impacting other groundwater takings in the area is low. A water monitoring program will be required for the development in accordance with the recommendations of these studies.

    There will be appropriate requirements put into the subdivision agreement to outline actions required by the developer should there be any impacts to existing wells in the area as a result of the development.

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    Will the developer be contributing anything to the community centre for improvements given that they're bringing in 36 new houses and therefore increasing activities in the area?

    Rebecca Clements asked 1 day ago

    Development charges would be paid for each new house at the building permit stage. Development charges are levied against new development to pay for the increased capital costs related to the provision of such Township services as Library Services, Parks and Recreation, Animal Control, General Government, Fire Services, Public Works Buildings and Fleet, and Engineering.

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    Will the developer be paving and improving Nestleton road, providing proper signs, lanes etc given the increase in traffic?

    Rebecca Clements asked 1 day ago

    Rehabilitation of Nestleton Rd between Hwy 7A and Regional Road 57 is forecasted as a Township capital project for 2024.

Page last updated: 18 January 2022, 10:48