The Town of Bracebridge’s Planning and Development committee has approved a rezoning application which would facilitate the development of an 11-lot subdivision on the North Muskok River.
The application is required to develop the subdivision, which is proposed to consist of three lots accessed by Red Pine Trail and the remaining eight by a Common Element Condominium road off the end of Red Pine Trail. Red Pine Trail is off Stephenson Road 1, east of Highway 11.
According to a staff report, the property is approximately 22.79 hectares (56.3 acres) in area with approximately 305 metres (1,000 feet) of frontage on Red Pine Trail and 554 metres (1,818 feet) of frontage on the Muskoka River. The property is currently vacant and predominantly in a natural state.
Town staff say the draft plan of subdivision and condominium approval conform to both the Town’s and District’s Official Plan, and are consistent with the Provincial Policy Statement.
The committee had no issues with the proposal and voted unanimously to approve it.
The motion must still be approved by the Town council during their next meeting
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