Category Seaton

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...

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Meeting Summary – Private Water Well Monitoring Program

On Wednesday, July 6, 2016, Whitevale residents gathered to listen to a presentation by representatives of WSP Consulting and the Region of Durham on the subject of the Durham Private Water Well Monitoring Program for Whitevale.

There was great discussion and the majority of the residents’ questions were addressed through the presentation.  Click here to download the presentation slides.

Below are a few key highlights of the presentation:

Private Water Well Monitoring Program

The program is being conducted to determine impacts to private well water in the hamlet as a result of construction of regional ‘spine’ services only (water/sanitary/storm and road construction).  This survey is not related to ongoing impacts from all other Seaton construction (i.e...

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Whitevale Groundwater Supply Well Survey – Questions for WSP / Region of Durham

Whitevale Groundwater Supply Well Survey
Questions for WSP / Region of Durham

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Ground Water Supply Survey

By now all households should have been contacted by a representative from WSP regarding the testing of Hamlet wells in order to establish a “pre-Seaton” baseline in terms of quantity and quality.
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The WSP representative has agreed to meet with residents on July 6, 8:00 pm at the Whitevale Community Centre in order to answer our questions so that we can all make an informed decision prior to agreeing to take part. In preparation for the meeting with the consultant/Region, the Water Preservation Committee is working to develop a list of questions to be addressed by WSP/Durham Region. This list of questions will be provided to the consultant in advance of the July 6th meeting with them.
Groundwater Resources
Below are some useful references related to well water quality and qu...
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Council Endorsement of Heritage Lot Recommendations

Director, City Development, Report PLN 10-16
Cultural Heritage Evaluations for Heritage Lots located in the Seaton Urban Area

The map below identifies the properties in question:

Planning & Development Committee Meeting Minutes from Monday, June 20, 2016

Discussion ensued with respect to the designation process. Members also sought clarification on the designation for 750 Whitevale Road.

Recommendation

Moved by Mayor Ryan
Seconded by Councillor Johnson

  1. That Council endorse the recommendations of the Heritage Pickering Advisory Committee to designate the following properties under Section 29 (Part IV) of the Ontario Heritage Act:

    3250 Sideline 28

    3250 Sideline 28

    940 Whitevale Road

    940 Whitevale Road

    1200 Whitevale Road

    1200 Whitevale Road

    3215 Sideline 28

    3215 Sideline 28

    3185 Sideline 26

    3185 Sideline 26

    1390 Whitevale Road

    1390 Whitevale Road

    750 Whitevale

    750 Whitevale Road

    1125 Whitevale Road

    1125 White...

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Cultural Heritage Evaluations for Heritage Lots located in the Seaton Urban Area

City Development, Report PLN 10-16
Cultural Heritage Evaluations for Heritage Lots located in the Seaton Urban Area

Cultural Heritage Evaluations Map

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To be discussed at the upcoming:

Planning & Development Committee Meeting – June 20, 2016 @ 7PM – Pickering City Hall 

Executive Summary:

The City issued a Request for Proposal to retain a qualified heritage consultant to undertake Cultural Heritage Property Evaluations for ten built heritage resources located in the Seaton Urban Area identified in Pickering Official Plan Amendment 22 with a “Heritage Lot” notation (see Location Map, Attachment #1 )...

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Draft Plans of Subdivision Applications – Ontario Infrastructure and Land Corporation Seaton Community

Information Report No. 06-15
Draft Plans of Subdivision Applications SP-2015-01, SP 2015-03, SP-2015-04; SP-2015~05, SP-2015-06
Zoning By-law Amendment Applications A 2/15, A 5/15, A 8/15, A 10/15 and A 11/15
Ontario Infrastructure and Land Corporation Seaton Community

Amendment

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Ontario Infrastructure and Land Corporation (OILC) has submitted five applications for the approval of draft plans of subdivision and related zoning by-law amendments. The proposals reflect the developable OILC lands in each of the Seaton Neighbourhoods. Further, all the Seaton Natural Heritage System lands throughout Seaton are included in one of the rezoning applications.

Of particular interest to Whitevale is the following application that includes the Gravel Pits, lands around the Whitevale Cemeter...

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Public Info Meeting: Draft Plans of Subdivision Applications – Ontario Infrastructure and Land Corporation Seaton Community

Information Report No. 06-15
Draft Plans of Subdivision Applications SP-2015-01, SP 2015-03, SP-2015-04; SP-2015~05, SP-2015-06
Zoning By-law Amendment Applications A 2/15, A 5/15, A 8/15, A 10/15 and A 11/15
Ontario Infrastructure and Land Corporation Seaton Community

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Planning & Development Committee Meeting Minutes Monday, October 5, 2015

A public information meeting was held under the Planning Act, for the purpose of informing the public with respect to the above-noted application.

Ross Pym, Principal Planner, Strategic Initiatives, with the aid of a power point presentation, provided an outline of Information Report 06-15...

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Environmental Assessments for the Demolition of Heritage Structures in Seaton

City Development, Report PLN 10-15
Infrastructure Ontario
Class B Environmental Assessments for the Demolition of Structures Located in the Seaton Urban Area and the Hamlet of Whitevale

CHERProperties

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Executive Summary:

Infrastructure Ontario is undertaking two different Class B Environmental Assessments for the demolition of buildings located on 20 properties in the Seaton Urban Area and the Hamlet of Whitevale. Infrastructure Ontario has retained environmental consultants ECOH and DST to gather background information on the properties including the heritage status of the properties.

The City retained qualified heritage consultants Christopher Borgal of Goldsmith Borgal & Company Ltd...

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Council Endorsement of Recommendations – Demolition of Structures Located in the Seaton Urban Area and the Hamlet of Whitevale

Director, City Development, Report PLN 04-15
Infrastructure Ontario
Class B Environmental Assessment for the Demolition of Structures Located in the Seaton Urban Area and the Hamlet of Whitevale

The map below identifies the properties in question:

Planning & Development Committee Meeting Minutes from Monday, May 11, 2015

A brief discussion ensued with respect to timelines for the remaining six reports still under review.

Recommendation

Moved by Councillor Pickles
Seconded by Mayor Ryan

    1. That Report PLN 04-15 of the Director, City Development, regarding the Infrastructure Ontario Class B Environmental Assessment for the demolition of buildings located in the Seaton Urban Area and the Hamlet of Whitevale be received;
    2. That Council, in response to the Infrastructure Ontario Class B Envir...
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