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The City of Hamilton's residential development can be best tracked by active subdivision and condominium development applications within the urban area. These reports are created twice per year and are available by community or ward.
Stages of subdivision or condominium applications
Each subdivision or condominium application follows a three stage process:
- Pending: A subdivision or condominium application is considered pending when it is first submitted to the City.
- Draft Approved: Once the subdivision or condominium plan satisfies all the criteria set by the City it is considered Draft Approved. Conditions are set by the City and other parties (such as Bell Canada and Canada Post).
- Final Approval: Once all conditions set in the second stage are met, the City gives Final Approval to the plan. The plan is then sent to the Land Registry Official of Ontario to be officially registered by the Province.
Residential development by community
The urban residential subdivision maps outline all active subdivisions, whether pending or draft approved, and registered plans by plan number. The respective tables identify the individual urban subdivisions by plan number, plan name, dwelling type and estimated total units.
Residential development by ward
Year end 2014
Year end 2013
Year end 2012
City-wide Condominium Conversions
Condominium conversions data includes condominium conversions and standard condominium applications which involve the conversion of existing structures.
If you have any questions about these reports or are inquiring about reports from previous years contact:
GIS Planning & Analysis
71 Main Street West, 6th Floor
Phone: 905-546-2424 ext.1222
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