The City of Ottawa has received a Site Plan application for 6176 Hazeldean Road (File Number D07-12-15-0201).
The site is the location of the former location of the Stittsville Flea Market bordered by Hazeldean Rd. to the north and Neil Ave. to the south. Automotive uses are to the east, residential and the OCDSB Facilities Department building to the south, Open Space to the east and vacant land and a commercial plaza to the north.
The site is approximately 5.11 hectares and has a 1-storey building surrounded by paved surface. The applicant is proposing to sever the site and use the eastern portion of the site. This Site Plan Control application has been submitted to construct a five-storey retirement residence. Phase 1 will consist of 173 units and Phase 2 of 57 units. 110 parking spaces are being proposed. The residence will provide Independent Supportive Living, Assisted Care and Memory Care. Access to the site will be provided from both Hazeldean Road and Neil Avenue.
Residents in the area have raised transportation concerns with plans for this development and I am working to address these concerns with the community. A public meeting will be held on Tuesday, February 9 starting at 6pm at the Stittsville Library Branch located at 1637 Stittsville Main Street.
For more information please contact myself and City Planner, Wendy Tse at Wendy.Tse@ottawa.ca or 613-580-2424, ext. x12585.
Additional documents may be also found at http://www.ottawa.ca/devapps .