375 Waterford Bridge Road

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The City's Affordable Housing Strategy, outlines a commitment to identify city-owned vacant land for potential redevelopment as affordable housing.

Four parcels of land have been expropriated and identified for potential redevelopment as affordable housing to date. These include 245 Forest Road, 80-90 Empire Avenue, 375 Waterford Bridge Road, and 28 Eric Street. A project is already planned on 28 Eric Street. There are no planned projects for the other three sites at this time. We would like to engage with residents, businesses, and other stakeholders about these parcels of land.

This page is for comments and feedback about 375 Waterford Bridge Road. This parcel of land is the treed area located on the corner of Waterford Bridge Road and Park Road, with the Waterford River Walk / T'Railway running along the back. Please see the map below for more information. Use the tools below to provide your feedback, sign up for our virtual meeting or pop by Bowring Park to chat about this on July 29 between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. (check out the key dates for details).


The City's Affordable Housing Strategy, outlines a commitment to identify city-owned vacant land for potential redevelopment as affordable housing.

Four parcels of land have been expropriated and identified for potential redevelopment as affordable housing to date. These include 245 Forest Road, 80-90 Empire Avenue, 375 Waterford Bridge Road, and 28 Eric Street. A project is already planned on 28 Eric Street. There are no planned projects for the other three sites at this time. We would like to engage with residents, businesses, and other stakeholders about these parcels of land.

This page is for comments and feedback about 375 Waterford Bridge Road. This parcel of land is the treed area located on the corner of Waterford Bridge Road and Park Road, with the Waterford River Walk / T'Railway running along the back. Please see the map below for more information. Use the tools below to provide your feedback, sign up for our virtual meeting or pop by Bowring Park to chat about this on July 29 between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. (check out the key dates for details).


Page last updated: 17 October 2021, 20:50