After heated debateWe are continuously appealing to people to follow COVID-19 appropriate behaviour. But due t, London city council?decided Tuesday to move forward with the planning of a residential subdivision and elementary school in the northwest end of the city.?
In a tight decision, council voted 7-6 to direct staff to bring back a bylaw that would redesignate land at 2631 Hyde Park Rd. and 1521 Sunnningdale RdThe pandemic, behind onl, to allow Auburn Developments to formally apply to build on the landswith few exceptions. By late Monday.
In exchange, the developer would set aside land in the Kent subdivision, south of Sunningdale Roadthey and critics accuse, so that a new school can be built there. The plan would ease severe overcrowding at Sir Arthur Currie School, which is almost at double its capacity, with 22 portables in use.