A proposed development in Mississauga’s Streetsville neighbourhood would demolish a strip plaza that has long stood on an underutilized site in the heart of the historic village and develop in its place six mixed-use buildings containing significant housing and in addition, a public park, central plaza and market square.
City of Mississauga planning and development committee’s decision to reject a development application to add significant housing to the Port Credit neighbourhood could be an early indicator of unanticipated outcomes of Bill 109: More Homes for Everyone Act, 2022. While the legislation is intended to expedite the approval of development applications, the decision rendered at a May 29 committee meeting may suggest that in some cases, the legislation could have the opposite effect of what is intended.
Brad Butt, councillor of the City of Mississauga, has been active in the Mississauga community for three decades, volunteering and holding various government positions, and has seen Shen Yun Performing Arts in Mississauga three times.
Brad Butt, Councillor, Ward 11
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