Heritage Planning Studies

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There are studies of specific areas which contain heritage buildings and landscapes currently underway

Studies

Downtown Whitby Heritage Conservation District Study - this ongoing study has now focussed on the development of guidelines for Werden's Plan

Brooklin Secondary Plan and Transportation Master Plan is reviewing both cultural heritage resources and archaeological resources as part of the development of growth plans for Brooklin

Port Whitby Secondary Plan is reviewing both cultural heritage resources and archaeological resources as part of the development of Secondary Plan Update, Urban Design Guidelines, and Community Improvement Plan for the area

Review of Incorporating New Development and Heritage

In 2015, Town of Whitby staff in conjunction with LACAC Heritage Whitby will be reviewing best practices in other municipalities to determine how the municipality can best conserve heritage resources while providing for growth.  I

Toronto Star - The new and growing appeal of old buildings

http://www.stratfordbeaconherald.com/2014/12/02/stratford-residents-can-get-a-first-look-at-new-university-of-waterloo-student-proposals-for-cooper-site

 LACAC Heritage Whitby will continue reviewing best practices and case studies will be added to the website throughout 2015.

Individual Property Designations

The following properties have recently been designated or are going through the designation process:

 

300 King Street

312 Colborne Street West

400 Centre Street South

910 Brock Street South

520 Henry Street

319 Dunlop Street West

Policies

Heritage Delegation By-law

Property Standards By-law

Submission Requirements for a Notice of Intention to Demolish

Cultural Heritage Impact Assessment Terms of Reference

Photographic Documentation - Recording Guidelines