Update: Two down-bound lanes now open for Claremont Access, Sherman Access to be reduced to one lane starting April 1
Neighbourhood Plans provide a guide for future development for small areas or neighbourhoods. A Neighbourhood Plan provides detailed information about land uses and polices that are relevant to that specific area. These plans include a land use map and policies to identify future land uses and direction on development
Neighbourhood Plans have been prepared for over 70 of the 137 neighbourhoods in the City of Hamilton. The plans first date back to the early 1970’s. Most of the areas where there is considerable potential for redevelopment have approved Neighbourhood Plans.
Neighbourhood Plans in Hamilton are endorsed by Council but not incorporated into the Official Plan. So, although development should conform to these plans they are mostly used as basic guidelines.
Neighbourhood Action Plans have been developed for several neighbourhoods.
Purchase Neighbourhood Plan mapping
A complete set of Neighbourhood Plan mapping is available for $100 by contacting:
Cartographic & Graphic Services
City Hall, 4th Floor
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