The project will create 50 units of affordable housing for women and their children, including 10 fully accessible units. All common areas will be fully accessible. Of the 50 units, 15 will be dedicated for women with developmental disabilities.
Brad Lamb’s hope of building the tallest building in Hamilton at 163 Jackson Street West will be decided by LPAT in mid-2019, that’s if Lamb and the City don’t reach a deal to allow Lamb to build on Jackson West, or the tallest building elsewhere in Downtown Hamilton.
The backlog at the Local Planning Appeal Tribunal – formerly known as the Ontario Municipal Board – means that Sonoma Homes planned mid-rise development could be waiting until 2021 to get into the ground, unless Sonoma can reach a deal with City Council during the interim.
Without the City prepared to file an issues list, or declare if it intents to oppose Medallion’s proposal for a 20-storey residential building at 195 Wellington Street South, the LPAT scheduled another pre-hearing date for April 15, 2019 at 10am to give the City time to prepare its submissions.
Famed developer Brad Lamb’s Lamb Development Group and Hamilton-based Movengo Corporation tried to purchase the Hamilton City Centre in early 2017 for $55-million, a court ruling in a legal dispute reveals. The deal didn’t happen, now Lamb’s in court trying to get the property.
The City of Hamilton says it needed to remove a controversial ad by the Christian Heritage Party because it targeted transgender individuals. The CHP says it did not target transgender individuals, and the City violated its Charter right to free expression by censoring views it disagrees with.