Subdivisions Adjacent to the Hamlet of Whitevale

Draft Plans of Subdivision

The WDRA is committed to keeping residents informed on the plans and associated timelines as they relate to the development of Seaton. In an effort to do so, we will continue to communicate with the Seaton Stakeholders to obtain and understand the most up-to-date information.

At the Oct 19, 2016 meeting of the Association, a presentation was shared with residents that included the most current details based on recent meetings with the City of Pickering and the consultant for White Sun Developments (the landowner in close proximity to the Hamlet). In response, residents have asked to be updated with as much information as possible, including an understanding of lot sizes. To that end, we have found on the City of Pickering’s website the draft plans of subdivision for the White Sun properties (identified in pink below). This will provide you with the most recent ‘public’ information on these plans of subdivision.

Note: Infrastructure Ontario’s plan for subdivision (SP-2015-06) was submitted in 2015 but has not been approved yet.

Plans of Subdivision

White Sun Developments (pink on map)

Infrastructure Ontario (grey on map)

  • SP-2015-06 (Gravel Pits and Adjacent to Cemetery)

 

Tribute: Isobel’s Place in the Park

Isobel’s Place in the Park

Whitevale Park now has a special place of solitude, reflection and meditation. “Isobel’s Place in the Park”, is in memory of Isobel Thompson. Friends and neighbours will gather at the Whitevale Park for this sunset tribute to Isobel, followed by refreshments and the sharing of memories in the Whitevale Community Centre.

Date: Saturday, October 15, 2016

Time: 5:00 pm

Location: Whitevale Park, 371 Whitevale Road

Isobel and her husband Tommy have been the heart and soul of Whitevale since their arrival some 50 year ago. Their commitment to our hamlet and the preservation of the North Pickering lands is unparalleled. The dedication of this quiet place in the park is in appreciation of Isobel’s selfless devotion to our community.

She has been and will always be missed.

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