Site Plan Shipyard Waterfront Circle Huronic

Architectural Rendering of Shipyards Waterfront Circle Huronic

File No. : D111818 is a proposed site plan application for The Shipyards – Harbourfront Collection Block 4 on 51M-926

Project:  The Shipyards – Block 4 on 51M-926

Municipal Location: 1 Shipyard Lane

Owner:  F. S Collingwood Development Ltd., Fred Serrafero, P.Eng.  

Agent: Bennet MacNeil

Engineer:  Crozier & Associates, Kevin Morris

Landscape Architect: Baker, Turner Inc., Tim Turner

Architect:    Giovanni A. Tassone Architect In., Giovani Tassone

Applicant Submittal Materials: 

Application:  Applicant Application ,  Contact Information

 Applicant Support Reports: Covering Letter,   Stormwater Management    Urban Design Conformity

Application:  Applicant Application ,  Contact Information

Plans:  Architectural Drawings , Engineering Drawings , Landscape Drawings

Municipal Planner:  Senior Planner, Trevor Houghton

Location Map of Waterfront Circle North Pine Street and Wheelhouse Crescent Collingwood, Ontario

Project Description:  A site plan application has been received for a proposal within Block 4 on Plan 51M-926.  Described formerly as The Huronic it consists of 3 blocks:    Block A is a 4 Unit – Four Storey Townhouse(s), Block B is a 6 unit Four storey Townhouse(s), Block C is a 3 unit – single Storey Townhouse for a total of 13 units.   The development is within the Nottawasaga Valley Conservation jurisdiction area.

Comments The comments above are made to the best of our knowledge using all of the information and resources available at the posting time.  The information contained herein is believed to be correct, however, the Town assumes no liability for negligence, inaccuracies or omissions.  Please contact Planning Services at 705-445-1290.   You are welcome to make a personal examination of the applicable information at Planning Services located at 55 Ste. Marie Street, Unit 302, Collingwood, Ontario.  We are situated in the Municipal Offices on the 3rd floor of Collingwood Public Library. 

Planning Act Individuals who make written submissions with respect to a Planning Act application should be aware that their submission and any personal information in their correspondence will become part of the public record and made available to the Applicant, Committee and Council.