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Project update

On July 5, 2017, City of Mississauga Council approved Official Plan Amendment (OPA) Number 65 (as adopted by By-law 0134-2017) to implement the site's Master Plan that was approved by City Council on June 8, 2016.

The OPA is critical in establishing the appropriate development policies for the site to secure a future marina use, public parks and waterfront lands.  The OPA is the first of several steps requiring City planning approvals prior to the site’s redevelopment.

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  • Jul 18 2017

Why are there Drillers and Surveyors at the Marina?

Over the next few weeks, contractors (Golder Associates and W.F. Baird & Associates Coastal Engineers) for the City of Mississauga will be drilling boreholes and installing monitoring wells to collect soil and groundwater samples on the marina lands between Elizabeth and Helene Streets and on the eastern and southern sides of the warehouse/terminal building.  Sediment and water samples will be collected within the waterlot along with completing a survey. This is standard and routine coastal and environmental work that is part of the commitment by the City and Canada Lands Company to protect for a future marina use on site as recommended in the 1 Port Street Master Plan approved by Council on June 8, 2016. 

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  • Aug 19 2016

Update from the City of Mississauga

The City of Mississauga has approved the Master Plan and provided a project update. Canada Lands has reproduced the update below:

Planning for 1 Port Street East Moves Forward

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  • Jun 17 2016

A Business Case to Protect the Future of the Marina at 1 Port

We’ve heard from the community and the marina stakeholders that protecting for a sustainable marina is a key priority for the redevelopment of 1 Port Street East.  To advance this priority, the Canada Lands Company (CLC) has entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the City of Mississauga to develop a Business Case to inform a sustainable and viable marina for the long-term.  This Business Case will be completed under the City’s direction and paid for by CLC.  Following a Request for Proposal process, the City has retained Touristics, a well-regarded firm with extensive experi

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  • Mar 25 2015

Town Hall Meeting and Future of the Marina at 1 Port

Robert Howald, Rodger Martin and James Cox of Canada Lands Company (CLC) attended the Town of Port Credit Association (TOPCA)’s Annual General Meeting and Town Hall Meeting entitled ‘On The Waterfront’ on November 24, 2014. The City of Mississauga and James Cox provided an update on the City’s master planning process for 1 Port Street. 

The City told the meeting it is completing its master plan and will be bringing forward Local Area Plan policies to guide the redevelopment of 1 Port in 2015. The evening’s panel discussion featured presentations and/or remarks by Councillor Jim Tovey, Councillor Pat Mullin, Ruth Marland, Brian Lambie, John Danahy, The Honourable Charles Sousa and James Cox. Thanks to TOPCA and its Executives Dorothy Tomiuk and Mary Simpson for  convening an interesting and informative Town Hall and AGM. 

At the meeting Councillor Jim Tovey and Ruth Marland of Inspiration Port Credit announced that the City has entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with CLC.  They noted that the master plan process has identified a sustainable marina as one of the key priorities for the redevelopment of 1 Port. With support from CLC, the City will undertake a business case to inform the marina’s future, the master plan, and the Local Area Policies.  The business case is slated for completion by June 30, 2015.  

 

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  • Nov 28 2014

Community and Marina Reference Group Meetings

Update: A summary report of both meetings is now available here. It provides background and introduction to the meetings, next steps in the process and a summary of each meeting.  Detailed attachments including the presentations, meeting participants and participant submissions are also provided.

At the request of the local councillor, CLC and its consultation team from the Canadian Urban Institute are reconvening the Community Reference Group for 1 Port Street to discuss some issues and concerns arising from the Master Plan Document which was submitted to the City of Mississauga in April 2013. There have also been some issues raised about the marina and marina uses in the Master Plan Document. To discuss these, CLC is also convening a group of marina stakeholders to meet together as a Marina Reference Group.

Both meetings will provide an opportunity for the reference groups to discuss CLC’s proposed policies to amend the Local Area Plan (LAP) for 1 Port Street and how the proposed policies will address these concerns. The local City Councillor and City staff will be present.

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  • Nov 20 2013

One Port: Master Plan Submission

Thank you very much for taking part in this innovative public process for One Port! 

The Master Plan has now been submitted to the City of Mississauga. The feedback from all three community sessions, the community reference group and the oneportstreet.ca website has informed the development of the One Port Master Plan at every step.

The Inspiration Port Credit team and other City staff are peer reviewing the Master Plan and anticipate bringing forward in short order their recommendation and draft Local Area Plan policies for the site.

*UPDATE February 2014 

The Master Plan was submitted to the City of Mississauga this past April and is being peer reviewed by the Inspiration Port Credit team and other City staff. Inspiration Port Credit will be sharing their draft recommendations on the draft Local Area Plan policies for 1 Port with the community on April 16, 2014 prior to going forward at Planning and Development Committee and Council.

You can view the Master Plan here.

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  • Apr 29 2013

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