The Fate of Gairloch Gardens

The Fate of Gairloch Gardens
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Dave Gittings

Dave Gittings

Councillor Dave Gittings and his wife Susan have resided in Ward 3 for the past 25 plus years. Their three children attended Chisholm, EJ James Public School, and Oakville Trafalgar High School. Recently after a 30-year career in advertising management at the Toronto Star, this is Dave's first term as Town & Regional Councillor. Dave has been actively involved in both the business community and with a wide range of Oakville associations and groups.

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Further to the Town Council meeting of October 29, 2012 when the future of Gairloch Gardens was debated, the option of severing the homes from the estate and selling them was removed.

Council directed staff to:

  1. Develop options to keep the estate intact, complete all repairs to the property and find a municipal use for the facility
  2. Keep the estate intact and lease the estate house(s)

There will be a public information meeting in June so that we may hear from residents their thoughts and ideas on the future of the Gairloch buildings. The Town has just released an ‘Expression of Interest’ request, the purpose of this request is to solicit viable options from interested parties regarding the lease of the estate house(s) at Gairloch Gardens. This request is the first of a two-part review process to explore options for lease of the house(s) on the estate. Following a review of the expressions of interest received, proponents may be asked to submit detailed proposals for review and recommendation to Council.

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