ClubLink has partnered with Minto Communities and Richcraft Homes to assist with community engagement and redevelopment plans for the property. ClubLink has announced steps towards redeveloping the golf course lands, possibly into a new residential community.

Minto and Richcraft, ClubLink will undertake a community engagement process that will inform a land use plan for the property. The process will be carried out in close collaboration with City of Ottawa officials.

The site options for redevelopment could include much needed new housing for families and more functional, high quality public green spaces, available year round.

Brent Strachan, Ottawa division president, Minto Communities said, ” This is a special opportunity to have such a significant piece of property inside the city’s urban boundary that can be designed to reflect the community’s needs such as much needed new housing for families, and high quality public green spaces. We look forward to contributing to a project that we as a company and the broader community can be proud of.”

“Ottawa is a vibrant, growing city and we believe there is an opportunity to better utilize this 70 hectares of land to meet the interests of the community.”

Source: Daily Commercial News
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