Residential Approved At Carp Airport

This is a portion of a release from the City of Ottawa:

The City’s Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee approved a zoning amendment today that would facilitate new low-rise residential development on a portion of the Carp Airport property.

Existing zoning already permits residential uses on the western half of the property, and the applicant has revised the planned subdivision on those lands. Properties that had been intended for large private aircraft hangars would instead be developed with107 dwellings, including 30 townhouses and 77 detached homes.

The amendment would bring into zoning compliance the revised draft approved plan of subdivision, which promises new housing options south of the Village of Carp.



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