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Active development applications in the greater Lebreton Flats area

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Open House - April 26, 2018

Sunday, April 15, 2018, 2:39 pm
Last updated: 
Tuesday, January 8, 2019, 3:15 pm

Dates & Times

Thursday, April 26, 2018,
6:00 pm to 8:00 pm


Good Companion Centre
670 Albert Street
Ottawa, ON

All members of the public are invited to attend. The meeting will provide an opportunity to discuss active development applications in the greater Lebreton Flats area, as well as the broader planning framework for how the area is to evolve over time. Possible discussion items may include parks and recreational space, active transportation, family oriented development, affordable housing, traffic management, urban ecosystem, community connectivity, and height and intensification goals. 

Open House format

  • Planning, Infrastructure and Economic Development staff will provide a brief presentation on City of Ottawa planning framework including relevant policies and transportation goals.
  • Active Development Applications in the area will have display boards with project details and team members available to take comments and questions, including:
    • 900 Albert Street – Proposed mixed-use development with three high-rise towers reaching 32, 52 and 65 storeys offering a range of commercial/retails uses and a mix of residential dwelling units (approx.. 1,200 units).
    • 557-587 Wellington Street – Proposal including the new Central Library and a mixed-use development concept with building heights up to 25 storeys.
    • 301, 324 Lett Street and 133 Booth Street – Proposal known as Claridge East Flats for a development concept of five high-rise mixed-use buildings ranging in height from 25 to 45 storeys, with approximately 1950 residential dwelling units.

Details are also available on the Councillor’s webpage.

Please note that this Open House does not qualify as a public meeting as per the Planning Act. Comment(s) on a specific development application should be directed to the file lead. See

Andrew McCreight  MCIP RPP
Development Review Central
Planning, Infrastructure and Economic Development Department
110 Laurier Ave West, 4th Floor, Ottawa, ON K1P 1J1
City of Ottawa
613-580-2424 ext. 22568