NewsNow just published an article regarding the recent OMB decision on the LJM Waterview Phase II appeal. You can read the full article at this link: OMB Green Lights 15-Storey Condo.
We have also reprinted the article here in the event your browswer/device has issues with the online web viewer.
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It should come as no surprise to those who drive along the QEW even on an irregular basis or those who follow our posts, that the first phase of LJM’s “Waterview Condominums” has been declared as “delayed”.
We just wanted to post a quick reminder of the OMB Pre-Hearing on LJM’s Waterview Condominiums Phase II. The Pre-Hearing will commence tomorrow (Wednesday July 5th, 2017) at Grimsby Town Hall (Council Chambers) at 10:00 AM.
Following up on our previous “Buyer Beware” post, we noticed the following comments from the father of a very unhappy buyer regarding LJM’s smaller development in Burlington, Appleby Gardens.
After our previous “Buyer Beware” article here, we decided to continue the series after seeing an announcement on the “Tower Residences” (Floors 10-15) at LJM’s Waterview development.
Click here to view the Full Flyer (PDF)
WHAT’S HAPPENING WITH THE LJM WATERVIEW 15-STOREY DEVELOPMENT?
At the December 13, 2016 Planning and Development Committee public meeting, Winston and Lakelawn residents stated loud and clear that the 15-storey LJM Waterview development is not appropriate and does not belong in their backyards. The committee listened and denied the application for Official Plan and Zoning amendments to increase the height to 15 storeys from 9.
Grimsby Town Council’s decision to override their Development Committee and approve the expansion to the next phase of LJM’s Waterview Condo is being appealed to the Ontario Municipal Board.
You can read more details on the appeal in this article from the Hamilton Spectator.
In a surprising move, Grimsby Town Council voted to override their own Planning Committee and approved the expansion of the next phase of LJM Development’s Waterview Condominiums that the Committee had turned down.
You can read the full article on the proceedings at this Niagara This Week link,
Grimsby’s Planning and Development Committee voted to turn down the expansion of LJM’s second building on the South Service Road. The proposal called for an increase of the building height to 15-storeys.
You can read the full article of the proceedings in this Niagara This Week post.