Our waterfront is more than a shoreline - it's a community.
The City has been exploring opportunities on the Mississauga waterfront at 1 Port Street East, owned by Canada Lands Company, and 70 Mississauga Road South, owned by Imperial.
The City is putting together plans blending the needs and interests of the community, the landowners and the City. There are unique opportunities at these waterfront sites to create vibrant, inspiring places where people will choose to be. We need to set the right priorities now for the future.
Creates a vibrant place for all as a destination and place to live, work, shop, make and play on the water
Protects for the future of a working marina on site
Generates jobs including office jobs
Establishes a framework for iconic architecture and public spaces
Staff recommend approval of this Master Plan by PDC. Development rights will be released for the site when the City and CLC conclude on an agreement to protect for a future marina use on site.
Presentation and Community Meeting - Thursday, February 4, 2016
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Drawing together the input from the December 2015 workshops, the completed Marina Business Case and previous community feedback, a Draft City Master Plan for 1 Port Street East was developed. The community shared comments on the Draft City Master Plan at a community meeting held on February 4, 2016.
Update - Imperial Lands at 70 Mississauga Road South
February, 2016 Update
At the community meeting held on Tuesday, June 9, 2015, Imperial announced their intentions to find a qualified purchaser for their lands at 70 Mississauga Road South (former Texaco refinery lands). In a statement released on February 17, 2016, Imperial announced three organizations who will be invited to submit proposals for the purchase, remediation and redevelopment of the site.
On December 7, 2015, the Planning and Development Committee recommended approval of the Framework for 70 Mississauga Road South. This was endorsed by Council resolution on December 9, 2015. Imperial has also expressed their support for the Framework, in a December 4, 2015 letter to the Mayor and Members of Council. The Framework will guide the development of the Master Plan for the site to be completed by the purchaser.