Please join KBCA reps at a City consultation on a the Zoning Study on building heights in the Kanata Town Centre and key intersections throughout Kanata.  City Planners will be showing new provisions for buildings heights for mid-rises and intersections.

City staff will present and you will be asked to join an interactive discussion that will identify areas where additional building height may be appropriate.

Mon Nov 18 7 to 9pm at the Kanata Recreation Complex 100 Walter Baker Place on Terry Fox Drive near Hazeldean

Your participation is important.  Come, meet your neighbours, get an update on what's being proposed.  Have your say!  Give City and KBCA your views.

KBCA reps and networks have been active in a federation of community associations trying to fix and improve Ottawa's Official Plan and Transportation Master Plan.  We asked for improved transit, recognition of the special character of Beaverbrook, need for improved paths, complete sidewalks in some dangerous areas, better landscaping and controls along specific roads, intensification of townsite areas, more weight for Kanata-Stittsville and Southern reps in plans for outside Greenbelt.  Some of our requests hit receptive targets.  Our councilor is supportive.  At City Hall 15 November Mr Hubley also joined our request to Councilors to form a Councilors task group on transportation and appropriate development, for Kanata-Stittsville, and possibly other Western and Southern Wards.

More info?

Gary Sealey, President 613 791 6729

cc Neil Thomson, KBCA Planning-Legal

cc Volunteer Researcher/Analyst, Faith Blacquiere

(Did you know: you can rent the KBCA Centre at 2 Beaverbrook Road for parties, indoor games, community events, business meetngs: Low rates.Daily cleaning. contact: Frank:   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  613 592 4435)