Regional Ontario Street Property Land Use Study

The Ontario Street Property Land Use Study is assessing the land use potential of the Regionally owned property at Ontario Street and Childs Drive in Milton, and examining potential future development opportunities.

Community Workshops

Members of the public are invited to attend the second Community Workshop for a brief presentation that provides further information on this study and explores possible scenarios for the property. The presentation will be followed by round table discussions to allow participants to provide input. Please join either the afternoon or evening session.

Ontario Street Land Use Study presentation

The first workshop was held on August 30, 2016. This report summarizes the views expressed by participants at this workshop:

View the presentation from the August 2016 community workshop.

If you have a comment that you would like to be included in the record of public consultation, please contact the staff contact below.


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Regional Council's Strategic Action Plan 2015-2018 includes an action to examine the use and opportunities for Regionally owned properties including the Ontario Street property.

The Regional Ontario Street Property is located on the southeast corner of Ontario Street South and Childs Drive in the Town of Milton's Urban Growth Centre and is adjacent to the Town's Central Business District.

The following amenities are located on the property:

  • Allendale Long-Term Care Home;
  • Milton Seniors Activity Centre;
  • Martin House Seniors Residence;
  • Halton Women's Place;
  • Halton Regional Police Service;
  • Halton Region Emergency Medical Services; and
  • A community garden.

The consulting team undertaking this work is led by The Planning Partnership Limited who has expertise in planning, urban design, communications and landscape architecture. Also part of the team is SCS Consulting Group to address land development engineering, N. Barry Lyon Consultants (NBLC) for real estate consulting and market analysis, Thompson Ho Transportation Inc. and Diamond Schmitt Architects.

Report to Council

Regional staff provided a study update to Regional Council in May 2016 (PDF file).

For further information, contact: