Office of Councillor Jeff Leiper, Kitchissippi Ward, Ottawa | (613) 580-2485  |
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Kitchissippi development overview

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There are multiple complex projects in the ward that are keeping us busy. We're trying to maintain an updated list of those here.

A reminder that for any project that has an application before the City, including many already approved, you can visit the City's development applications site to view more information. Clicking on the highlighted address for most of the applications below will take you to the City's development site to view the full applications.

Updated, January 29, 2021

Recently Approved:

  • For the Byron/Highcroft/Churchill application, an amended Report for the application was approved by Planning Committee on November 10. The amendment Report will see 3-storeys from Highcroft rather than 4 which was in the application. The modified application has been approved by Council and is in its appeal period.
  • *New* Byron Place / Churchill / Highcroft Development - Parkette Consultation. Our office is hosting a public consultation to discuss the design of the parkette as part of the approved development. 
  • At 90 Champagne, I have granted site plan concurrence on the its as-of-right 15-storey site plan proposal.
  • The 250-252 Hinchey applications were approved at Planning Committee and Council and I will be granting concurrence on the site plan. 

Upcoming construction:

  • At 320 McRae, 315 Tweedsmuir (and 1976 Scott St), the owners have finalized tweaks to the original Zoning approval for 318-unit, 26-storey mixed-use building and have received demolition permission. Demolition is anticipated to begin in December, and substantial construction in February. We have hosted a pre-construction meeting with neighbours to review timelines and impacts. E-mail for more information. 
  • 190 Richmond Rd, the owners are ready to move forward with construction on their approved project. We have hosted a pre-construction meeting with neighbours to review timelines and impacts which can be reviewed on YouTube. E-mail for more information. 
Posted January 9, 2021