News and Updates
Coverage of Save Beachwood in Press and Media, and Updates from our Team
'Major constraints': NVCA wants more work done to justify Wasaga Beach development
November 11, 2021
In a recent letter by the NVCA to the developer, the Conservation Authority upheld their opposition to Beachwood Development Inc. to proceed with the development in its current form.
Read about it in the article by Ian Adams for Simcoe.com.
Save Beachwood response to Public Meeting Comments
September 29, 2021
We have compiled a detailed presentation (34 pages) with key facts in response to comments made by the developer Beachwood Development Inc. at the Public Meeting on August 19, 2021. We have also created a condensed presentation (20 pages) available for download here.
"Turning the neighbourhood upside down" - Wasaga residents speak out against high-density project
August 24th, 2021
News coverage on the Public Meeting regarding the Beachwood development on August 19th 2021.
Article by Ian Adams, The Toronto Star.
Presentation at Public Meeting
August 17th, 2021
The Public Meeting for this high-density re-zoning application is coming up on Thursday August 19th at 9.30am.
We will share our key arguments with Town and Council during the meeting. Unfortunately we will not be able to share our presentation during the Zoom meeting, but if you want to follow along, download our presentation here.
NVCA recommends to reject development proposal in its current form
August 2nd, 2021
In their comment to the Town of Wasaga Beach, the NVCA states that "NVCA staff will not be in a position to support the residential development concept, as proposed" due to "the negative impact that complete removal of wetlands on the property would pose to inherent ecological and hydrologic functions."
Town Schedules Public Consultation Meeting for August 19th 2021
July 29th, 2021
The Town of Wasaga Beach has announced that a Public Consultation Meeting for this high-density development proposal will be held virtually via Zoom on August 19th 2021. To participate, register with email@example.com by August 17th.
We strongly advise concerned residents to file their concerns with the Planning Department well in advance of this meeting by August 12th, by sending a personal letter using our Step-by-Step guide.