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Additional Protection Proposed for Glen Abbey Golf Course

On December 5, 2017, town staff presented to Planning and Development Council for public feedback the first of several upcoming initiatives to protect the cultural heritage value, interest and attributes of the Glen Abbey Golf ...

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Letter to the Editor: Glen Abbey a Students Perspective

I want to express my thoughts about the potential development at the Glen Abbey Golf course in Oakville.

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Town goes to court to protect Glen Abbey Golf Course

The town has initiated a court application to determine its rights and jurisdiction under the Ontario Heritage Act in connection with the Glen Abbey Golf Course.

September 12, 2017 Staff Report

September 12, 2017 Staff Report recommends refusal of ClubLink’s Glen Abbey applications

A planning services September 12, 2017 Staff Report  recommends that the town refuse the ClubLink applications for the redevelopment of the Glen Abbey Golf Course. 

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What makes Glen Abbey a Cultural Heritage Landscape

“What makes Glen Abbey a Cultural Heritage Landscape?” is an important question posed by a local resident. Here is a brief summary of what went into making this decision.

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Glen Abbey property: A Cultural Heritage Landscape

A report recommending that the Glen Abbey property be designated a Cultural Heritage Landscape under s. 29 of the Ontario Heritage Act will go to Heritage Committee on August 15, 2017 at 9:30 a.m. in Council Chamber at Oakville Town Hall.

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Glen Abbey development application complete?

One month after the Ontario Municipal Board (OMB) decided that the town’s Interim Control By-law (ICBL) and its one year extension were appropriate and necessary to understand the implications of ClubLink’s proposed development at Glen ...

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Glen Abbey Land Use Economic Impact Study Presented

On Monday, June 12, 2017 the Planning Development Council received the Glen Abbey Land Use Economic Impact Study from the Town of Oakville’s Economic Development Department.

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How Oakville will accommodate growth: Urban Structure Review

Following indepth study and a series of public open houses, the town has drafted the Official Plan Amendments leading to a revised Urban Structure section of Oakville’s Official Plan. The plan is commonly referred to as “Livable ...

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Four significant Oakville Cultural Heritage Landscapes Recognized

Council recognized four Oakville properties as significant cultural heritage landscapes at its Planning and Development Council meeting Monday night. The four properties are: Raydor Estate/Glen Abbey at 1333 Dorval Drive, Bowbeer Farmstead at 1086 Burnamthorpe ...

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