PICKERING — Traffic issues in rural hamlets and the loss of valuable farmland in Pickering dominated discussion surrounding a proposal for Seaton’s employment lands.
Plans for the lands were presented as part of a zoning amendment application during a public information meeting on Jan. 9 in Pickering council chambers. The proposal covered only a small portion of the future Seaton community, detailing plans for 61.6 hectares of developable land for “prestige employment” uses, including office and retail, and another 14.6 hectares for “prestige employment node uses,” including non-office and retail. The lands surround Hwy. 407 on the north and south between Sidelines 26 and 22, and plans include areas for natural heritage buffer zones.View the plans here.
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