Public meeting: Oakville Planning and Development Council

January 5, 2016

The Oakville Planning and Development Council will be holding a public meeting on January 18 at 7 p.m. at Town Hall on 1225 Trafalgar Rd.

Update: Oakville tax increase

December 18, 2015

The Town of Oakville said in a release that the Budget Committee would bring a proposal to Council of increasing property taxes by 1.66 per cent.

Oakville Budget Committee recommends tax increase

December 8, 2015

If approved, Oakville residents would see a 1.66 per cent increase in property taxes.

Graydon Banning Ltd. applies for proposed zoning by-law amendment and plans subdivision on Dundas Street West

December 4, 2015

Graydon Banning Ltd. completed an application for a proposed zoning by-law amendment and proposed plan of subdivision at 1357 Dundas St. W.

CMHC releases 2015 third quarter results

November 27, 2015

The CMHC released its third quarter financial report as well as complementary Mortgage Loan Insurance, Securitization and Covered Bonds Supplements.

Milton's Main Street Grade Separation ready to go

November 18, 2015

The Town of Milton officially announced the completion of its Main Street Grade Separation.

Member survey award winners

November 13, 2015

Thanks to all members who participated in our survey.

CMHC releases First-Time Homebuyers Survey for 2015

November 12, 2015

The 2015 First-Time Homebuyers Survey by the CMHC revealed some interesting stats on what factors influence a first-timer's buying experience.

Oakville's Lakeshore Road to be overhauled over 2017-2021

November 5, 2015

Oakville's Town Council took significant steps forward at Monday night’s Planning and Development meeting with three major road construction projects in the downtown area: the Lakeshore Road reconstruction and streetscape project from Allan Street to Navy Street; the rehabilitation of Lakeshore Bridge at Sixteen Mile Creek; and the conversion of a two-way street system in the downtown area.

Oakville, Halton Hills hardest to build: Fraser Institute

October 30, 2015

A recent survey of area homebuilders claims that high levels of red tape are “stifling” residential development in the Greater Golden Horseshoe (GGH), including Oakville and Halton Hills.