East Side Lands
One of the Region's key roles is to manage future growth in Waterloo Region and ensure necessary municipal infrastructure and services are in place, such as water and wastewater.
In June 2009, Regional Council approved the new Regional Official Plan with approximately 300 hectares of land designated for employment uses in what is known as the East Side Lands. The East Side Lands is located on the eastern edge of Waterloo Region, at the border of Woolwich Township and Cambridge, near the Region of Waterloo International Airport.
Master Environmental Servicing Plan
In November 2010, the Region began a Master Environmental Servicing Plan (MESP) and Community Plan for the East Side Lands in cooperation with the City of Cambridge, the Township of Woolwich, the City of Kitchener and the Grand River Conservation Authority.
Notice of Completion
This study is now complete. Read the Notice of Completion issued May 2, 2014.
This MESP integrated process includes the completion of:
Public input is an important part of this process. Residents, landowners and existing industries in the area are invited to review the above materials and attend Public Information Centre #4 to provide input.
Public Information Centre #4
Date: Dec. 12, 2013 - Drop in from 6:30 to 9 p.m. Presentation at 7 p.m.
Location: École Secondaire Père-René-de-Galinée (Cafeteria), 450 Maple Grove Rd., Cambridge
Public input will be reported back to Regional and City Councils. The public and interested parties will be notified of an official 30-day public review period via newspaper ads and a mailout.
Latest consultation materials
East Side Lands (Stage 1) Master Environmental Servicing and Community Plan - Public Information Public Information Centre #4 materials:
Past consultation materials
East Side Lands (Stage 1) Master Environmental Servicing and Community Plan - Public Information Centre #3 materials:
East Side Lands (Stage 1) Master Environmental Servicing and Community Plan - Public Information Centre #2 materials:
East Side Lands (Stage 1) Master Environmental Servicing and Community Plan - Public Information Centre #1 materials: