Supporting Documents

Mississauga Official Plan
  Secondary and Major Office Map
  Focus on Mississauga 2012
  Endorsement
  Proposed New Mississauga Official Plan Modification Report - Minor Mapping Changes
  Executive Summary
  Official Plan Amendment 95 - Conformity Amendment
  Links to relevant websites
  Public Consultation Events
  Corporate Reports
  Planning Studies
  Local Area Policies Reviews
  Corporate Studies
Mississauga Plan
  Official Plan Amendment 95 - Conformity Amendment
  Planning Studies
  Corporate Studies
  Mississauga Plan - OPA 25
  Mississauga Zoning By-law and OPA 25 Appeal
  OPA 25 - Corporate Reports
  OPA 25 - Text
City Plan
  City Plan
Secondary and Major Office Map
The following map identifies sites within the City that would permit Secondary and Major Office, based on Mississauga Official Plan's land use designations. The accompanying table outlines where these uses are permitted as existing uses, permitted uses and where they have been removed as a permitted use.

  Secondary and Major Office Map  
  Secondary and Major Office Permissions Table  
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Focus on Mississauga 2012


"Focus on Mississauga 2012" addresses the monitoring requirements of the Mississauga Official Plan (2011) as it pertains to the Downtown, Major Nodes, and Community Nodes and in accordance with the requirements in the Regional Official Plan and in the Province of Ontario's Places to Grow Growth Plan. This information is intended to assist in the development application review process and to provide an atlas of information for the public and development community with respect to population, housing types, office, business and land use.

Downtown

   Downtown Core  
   Downtown Fairview  
   Downtown Cooksville  
   Downtown Hospital  

Major Nodes
   Central Erin Mills  
  Uptown  

Community Nodes
   Clarkson Village  
  Malton  
   Meadowvale  
   Port Credit  
   Rathwood / Applewood  
  Sheridan  
   South Common  
   Streetsville  
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Endorsement
Click here to access Peel Public Health's support for the active lifestyle andhealth promoting activity policies in Mississauga's Draft Official Plan.
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Proposed New Mississauga Official Plan Modification Report - Minor Mapping Changes
The PDC report dated December 14, 2010 titled "Proposed New Mississauga Official Plan – Requested Modifications" noted that a number of revisions to maps and schedules were required to correct minor boundary adjustments and to provide consistency amongst the maps, figures and schedules.  This table and associated figures, maps and schedules outline in detail the proposed adjustments.

  Modification Report Mapping Changes  
  Chapter 5 – Direct Growth  
  Chapter 12 – Downtown  
  Chapter 13 – Major Nodes  
  Chapter 14 – Community Nodes  
  Chapter 15 – Corporate Centres  
  Chapter 16 – Neighbourhoods  
  Chapter 17 – Employment Areas  
  Chapter 18 –Special Purpose Areas  
  Mississuga Official Plan Schedules  
  Mississauga Official Plan Local Area Plans  
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Executive Summary
An executive summary has been prepared to provide highlights of the Proposed new Mississauga Official Plan (City Council adopted September 29, 2010).

  Proposed new Mississauga Offficial Plan - Executive Summary  
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Official Plan Amendment 95 - Conformity Amendment
Mississauga Plan, the City's current official plan, was approved by the Region of Peel on May 5, 2003. Section 26(1) of the Planning Act requires Council to consider the need for a review of the official plan every five years. This was done on May 9, 2007 at which time Council approved a work program for the review of the Mississauga Plan.

In addition to the studies being prepared by other City departments, the review was to consider provincial initiatives, particularly the policies of the Growth Plan for the Greater Golden Horseshoe (Growth Plan). Conformity with the Growth Plan was required by June 2009. In order to meet this deadline, work on the Mississauga Plan Review was delayed to prepare Official Plan Amendment 95 (OPA 95). OPA 95 was adopted by Council on June 10, 2009 and approved by Regional Council on December 10, 2009, except for policies relating to the growth forecasts. OPA 95 has been appealed by Azurla Group, Berkley Homes, Gemini Urban Design (Cliff) Corp., Orlando Corporation and Solmar Development Corporation.

Official Plan Amendment 95 - Conformity of Mississauga Plan to the Growth Plan for the Greater Golden Horseshoe.

   Official Plan Amendment 95 - Conformity Amendment  
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Links to relevant websites
  Places to Grow:  http://www.placestogrow.ca
  Our Future Mississauga: http://www.conversation21.ca
  Ellen Dunham-Jones takes you through retrofitted suburbia, transforming dead malls into buzzing downtown centres. Her approach aligns well with what the draft Official Plan is proposing for Mississauga. (20 minutes): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yPkalOtT6i4
  Douglas Farr talks about Sustainable Urbanism: Urban Design with Nature (1 hour 20 minutes): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uSjurs4ZnlM
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Public Consultation Events
The public will be provided an opportunity to comment on the draft Mississauga Official Plan in spring 2010, during the public consultation process. Details of the times and dates are as follows:

March 22,2010 Planning and Development Committee, 7:00 pm, Council Chamber, Civic Centre
April 12, 2010 Open House, 5:00 pm to 8:30 pm at Frank McKechnie Community Centre, Lobby Area, 310 Bristol Rd. E.
April 13, 2010 Open House, 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm and 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm at Clarke Memorial Hall, 161 Lakeshore Rd. W.
April 14, 2010 Open House, 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm at John Fraser Secondary School, Cafeteria, 2665 Erin Centre Blvd.
April 17, 2010 Open House/ Workshop, Cancelled
April 26, 2010 Open House/ Workshop, 7:00 pm to 10:00 pm, Municipal Hearing Room, Civic Centre
May 3, 2010 Planning and Development Committee – Statutory Meeting, 7:00 pm, Council Chamber, Civic Centre
May 4, 2010 Open House, 5:30 pm to 8:30 PM at Clarke Memorial Hall, 161 Lakeshore Rd W.
June 28, 2010 Planning and Development Committee – Report on Comments, Council Chamber, Civic Centre
Sept. 20, 2010 Planning and Development Committee – Report on Comments, Council Chamber, Civic Centre
Sept. 29, 2010 City Council – Adoption of Mississauga Official Plan

Display Panels
If you were unable to attend the Open Houses/Workshops and would like to view the display panels, use the following links:

   Display Panels Page 1
   Display Panels Page 2

Note:
The public consultaion phase of the Mississauga Plan Review process has ended. Forfurther information contact:

Angela Dietrich, Manager City Wide Planning, phone at:(905) 615–3200 ext. 5510 or Fax: (905) 615–4494

by mail at: City of Mississauga, Planning and Building Department – Policy Division, 300 City Centre Drive,Mississauga, ON L5B 3C1
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Corporate Reports
Planning reports include reports that are presented to the City Council, General Committee and Planning and Development Committee (PDC) by the Planning and Building Department, Policy Planning Division.

Related Links:


Council 2007/05/09 Mississauga Plan Review - Work Program
PDC 2008/11/03 Mississauga Plan Review Project Update and Proposed Framework
PDC 2009/03/30 Official Plan Amendment 95-Conformity of Mississauga Plan to the Growth Plan for the Greater Golden Horseshoe
PDC 2009/06/01 Report on Comments - Official Plan Amendment 95-Conformity of Mississauga Plan to the Growth Plan for the Greater Golden Horseshoe
PDC 2010/03/22 Draft Mississauga Official Plan
PDC 2010/06/28 Report on Comments - Draft Mississauga Official Plan Addendum Report on Comments - Draft Mississauga Official Plan
PDC 2010/09/20 Report on Outstanding Matters - Draft Mississauga Official Plan
Council 2010/09/29 By-law to Adopt Mississauga Official Plan
PDC 2011/01/10 Proposed New Mississauga Official Plan - Requested Modifications
PDC 2011/02/14 Proposed New Mississauga Official Plan - Requested Modifications
PDC 2011/03/21 Proposed New Mississauga Official Plan - Requested Modifications- Report on Comments

Note:

City Council adopted the Proposed new Mississauga Official Plan on September 29, 2010.  In accordance with the Planning Act, the Plan has been forwarded to the Region of Peel for approval. The Region has 180 days to issue a Notice of Decision at which time those who have requested notification of approval of the Plan will receive notice and appeals can be initiated.
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Planning Studies
Planning Studies are required to bring Mississauga Plan into conformity with provincial plans or are necessary to address significant emerging issues in a comprehensive manner. These studies will result in reports to Planning and Development Committee and may also require public consultation (e.g. Growth Management Strategy).  The public is welcome to comment on these planning studies as they are released.  Click on the reports (underlined text) to access the planning studies currently available.

Assessing Planning Tools Community Uses Study Employment Lands Study
Growth Forecasts Growth Management Strategy Office Strategy
Parking Strategy  
 
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Local Area Plans and Character Area Reviews
Local Area Plans/Character Area policies address unique circumstances particular to a specific area. These policies must be read in conjunction with Mississauga Official Plan.  Local Area Plans/Character Area reviews are undertaken periodically to update the policy framework in place and address local issues.  To see what reviews are currently under study, click here.
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Corporate Studies
Corporate Studies are major initiatives underway or to be undertaken by other Departments that may have a bearing on Mississauga Plan. These initiatives (e.g. Strategic Plan update) will provide the broad framework for the official plan.

Mississauga Strategic Plan

On April 22, 2009, following the comprehensive public engagement process Our Future Mississauga Be part of the conversation, which connected with over 100,000 people, Council approved a new Strategic Plan comprised of a Vision Statement and five Strategic Pillars for Change. Within the Strategic Plan, each Strategic Pillar for Change is connected with specific action items that will propel the Strategic Plan forward. These key action items are outlined in the Strategic Plan's Action Plan - a complementary document that includes key indicators, targets, actions and funding options for each Strategic Pillar for Change.

The Vision Statement articulated in the Strategic Plan depicts what the City will resemble in 40 years: Mississauga will inspire the world as a dynamic and beautiful global city for creativity and innovation, with vibrant, safe and connected communities; where we celebrate the rich diversity of our cultures, our historic villages, Lake Ontario, and the Credit River Valley. A place where people choose to be. 

Related link: http://www.mississauga.ca/portal/discover/conversationmississauga
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Mississauga Plan - OPA 25
Mississauga's Official Plan, known as Mississauga Plan, was adopted by City Council in July 2002 and approved by the Region of Peel in May 2003. Since that time, the need for amendments to the Plan has emerged. Most of the proposed amendments are in response to the Comprehensive Zoning By-law Review currently being undertaken by the Planning and Building Department. These amendments are being made to establish the policy framework for the new zoning by-law. Some other changes resulted from City Council adoption of an Accessibility Plan, the approval of new Provincial Policy Statements, incorporation of policies regarding commercial schools, clarification of the intent of several policies and other 'housekeeping' updates. The Official Plan Amendment, known as OPA 25, contains over 620 recommendations that have been adopted by City Council on May 23, 2007. The by-law adopting OPA was passed by City Council on June 20, 2007.

The last day to appeal all or part of OPA 25 to the Ontario Municipal Board was July 17, 2007. A total of 13 appeals to OPA 25 were received. At the first prehearing, held on Sept 10, 2007, the Ontario Municipal Board dealt with a global Official Plan appeal and issued an Order confirming that OPA 25 and the new comprehensive Zoning By-law (0225-2007) were in effect. The in effect date for By-law 0225-2007 is June 20, 2007 and September 10, 2007 for OPA 25, save and except for the pending site specific appeals. A second prehearing is scheduled for 5 days in January 2008 to deal with motions to dismiss, motions by other parties, the organization of the appeals into various streams and other matters. Further hearings will be scheduled to deal with the remaining site specific appeals.

How this Page Works


  Featured Article - OPA 25 - Corporate Reports, provides a link to all the Corporate Reports presented to Planning and Development Committee and Council in support of OPA 25.
  Featured Article -OPA 25 - Text, this artilce will provide access to a large PDF document containing the complete text of OPA 25 that was presented to City Council on June 20, 2007.
  Mississauga Plan - OPA 25 - Schedules, these are maps that deal with topics applicable to the City as a whole, such as the identification of environmental areas. They have been updated to reflect OPA 25. (see below</)
  Misssissauga Plan - OPA 25 - District Land Use Index Map, this is a map of the City divided into the individual districts. You can access a PDF map displaying land use designations updated to reflect OPA 25

Mississauga Plan Schedules
Mississauga Plan Schedule 1 - GTA - June 2007
Mississauga Plan Schedule 2 - Urban Form Concept - June 2007
Mississauga Plan Schedule 3 - Environmental Areas - June 2007
Mississauga Plan Schedule 4 - Roads and Transit Network- June 2007
Mississauga Plan Schedule 5 - Designated Right-of-Way Widths - June 2007
Mississauga Plan Schedule 6 - Planning Districts - June 2007
Mississauga Plan Schedule 7 - Community Improvement Areas - June 2007
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Mississauga Zoning By-law and OPA 25 Appeal
Mississauga Zoning By-law and OPA 25 Appeal

To access a scanned version of the original appeal document, please click on the corresponding Number. To refererence the status of the appeals, please refer to the Appeals section of Zoning By-law 0225-2007.

Number Name of Appellant(s) Acting for Location Information Type of Appeal
1 Aird & Berlis LLP,Eileen P. Costello Helder & Zelia Barcelos 1109 Larkin Court Zoning By-law 
2 Aird & Berlis, LLP,Steven Zakem Loblaws Properties Ltd,Cabot Trail Estates Ltd Northeast corner of McLaughlin Rd & Derry Rd. W Zoning By-law (OPA 25 Appeal wihdrawn)
3 Aird & Berlis LLP,Leo F. Longo Orlando Corporation portions of  Zoning B/L &OPA(refer to appeal letter)   Both
4 Blake, Cassels & Graydon  LLP, Gerald Swinkin Dupal Holdings Inc 1489 Hurontario St. Zoning By-law
5 Blake Cassels & Graydon LLP, Gerald Swinkin Wintor Equities Inc Southwest Corner Creditview Rd& Eglinton Avenue Zoning By-law
6 Blake Cassels & Graydon LLP, Gerald Swinkin 1579954 Ontario Ltd.  810-814 Southdown Rd Zoning By-law
7 Robert & Lorraine Cytowski, c/o Greg Dell & Associates   114 Cumberland Avenue Zoning By-law
8 Davies Howe Partners Susan Rosenthal Amacon Development 3525 Kariya Drive Zoning By-law
9 Davies Howe Partners, John Alati Amacon  Developments 398 City Centre Drive, Parkside Village -11 Blocks, Parkside Village Block 8 Zoning By-law
10 Davies Howe Partners ,John Alati F.S. Port Credit Ltd. 15 Hurontario St. Zoning By-law
11 Davies Howe Partners,John Alati Cabot Trail Estates Ltd Northwest corner of Derry Rd W& McLaughlin Rd Zoning By-law
12 Davis LLP,Chris Barnett Dr. Natalia Zimochod   1484 Hurontario St Zoning By-law
13 Davis Webb,Neil Davis Harris, David & Creekbank Developments Ltd 6545 Creditview Road OPA
14 Greg Dell & Associates, Gregory Dell Cadillac Funding Inc. 3014 Cedar Creek Lane Zoning By-law
15 Greg Dell & Associates, Gregory Dell Tommy Lee Ltd. 775 Dundas St E Zoning By-law
16 Greg Dell & Associates, Gregory Dell       Mineola District Plan, OPA 25 Stavebank Rd OPA
17 Peter DeMan & Kathy DeMan   2855 Mississauga Road Zoning By-law
18 Fraser Milner Casgrain LLP, Jason Park Pinnacle International (Ontario) Ltd. Hurontario St to the east Eglinton Avenue to the South, Fairwind Drive West to the West & residential properties & school to the north Both
19 Garvey & Garvey  LLP, Michael Garvey V.G.R. Investments Ltd. 1420 Burnhamthorpe Rd. E Zoning By-law
20 Dr. Vel Ivanouski, c/o Greg Dell & Associates   3453 Palgrave Rd Zoning By-law
21 Keyser Mason Ball LLP, John B. Keyser 2096553 Ontario Inc. 6950 Second Line W Part of 6920, 6932 & 6940 Second Line West Zoning By-law
22 Ziaul Haq Khan   4669 Rosebush Road Zoning By-law
23 McMillan Binch Mendelsohn LLP, Mary Flynn-Guglietti Add-a-View Inc. 4594 Tomken Road Zoning By-law
24 McMillan Binch Mendelsohn LLP, Mary Flynn-Guglietti Nazzareno Zaffino 1108 Eglinton Avenue E Zoning By-law
25 Mi-Ko Urban Consulting Inc., Peter Chee 487345 Ontario Inc. & Ronald Robinson 10 &14 Front Street N Both
26 Mitchell Bardyn & Zalucky, Marvin Singer Mr. Enrico Guidoni 2519 Shepard Avenue  Zoning By-law
27 Frank Merulla   2935 & 2955 Mississauga Rd. Both
28 Miller Thomson LLP, Michael Wren   Pauls Properties Corp.  75 Courtney Park Drive Zoning By-law
29 Moldenhauer Developments, Susan Rosales   1907 Lakeshore Rd. W Zoning By-law
30 Moldenhauer Developments, Susan Rosales   2301,2303,2311 & 2323 Stanfield Road Zoning By-law
31 Moldenhauer Developments, Susan Rosales    1549,1557,1563,1571,1579 Barbertown Rd Zoning By-law
32 Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP, Stanley Stein Toyotoshi Realty Inc. 2950 Argentia Rd. ZBL In Force and Effect
33 Oughtred & Associates, W. Oughtred Susan & Poul Hansen. 1372 Stavebank Rd. Zoning By-law
34 Andrew Paton, Q.C., Andrew Paton West End Motors &. Trailer Park Ltd c/o John Bonin 2417 Huron Park Zoning By-law
35 Andrew Paton, Q.C., Andrew Paton 1197140 Ontario Ltd. 2385 Truscott Drive Zoning By-law
36 Andrew Paton, Q.C., Andrew Paton Petro -Canada  688 Southdown Rd     Zoning By-law
37 PMG Planning Consultants, Julius De Ruyter Morris Freedman-Cedar Heights Construction Ltd. Block C Registered Plan 830 Both
38 Romanov Romanov  Architects Inc., Patrick Luckie   302 Queen  St. South, West Hurontario St. Zoning By-law
39 RPC, Richard Ciupa Dave Singh - 1706201 Ontario Ltd. Part 6 RP43R27818 OPA
40 Sherman Brown Dryer Karol, Adam J. Brown Dunpar Developments Inc. 4390 Mississauga Rd. Zoning By-law
41 Sherman Brown Dryer Karol, Adam J. Brown Dunpar Developments Inc 1820,1826,1836 and 1850 Burnhamthorpe Rd E (note: indicated  Burnhamthorpe Rd. W on letter) Zoning By-law
42 Thomson Rogers, Stephen J. D'Agostino Greenfield South Power Corp. 2315 Loreland Avenue Both
43 Townsend, Rogers LLP, Lynda Townsend Pioneer Petroleums Mgmt. Inc 150 Lakeshore Rd. East Both
44 Dennis A. Trinaistich LLP, Dennis A. Trinaistich Kraft Canada Inc.         27 Reid Drive Zoning By-law
45 Dennis A. Trinaistich LLP, Dennis A. Trinaistich   Derry McLaughlin Development Corporation      Northeast corner of Derry Rd W& McLaughlin Road Zoning By-law (OPA 25 Appeal wihdrawn)
46 V.G.R. Investments Ltd., Jack Roscetti   3643 & 3647 Dixie Road Zoning By-law
47 WeirFoulds LLP., Barnet Kussner Jean Pierre Nolet 40 & 42 Front St S Zoning By-law
48 WeirFoulds LLP., Jill Dougherty Glen Ellen Properties Inc. 2476 & 2480 Argentia Road Zoning By-law
49 Weston Consulting Group Inc., James Suderman Sandeep Girdhar 10-30 Aventura Court Zoning By-law
50 Yum Brands, James Suderman   1162 Dundas St. West Zoning By-law
51 Davies Howe, John Alati F.S. Port Credit Develop. 65 Port St.       Zoning By-law
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OPA 25 - Corporate Reports
The following Corporate Reports have been submitted to Council in conjunction with the proposed amendments to Mississauga Plan. Some Corporate Reports correspond to an Appendix, also displayed in the table below. Appendices contain all comments received and proposed recommendations.

The initial report titled "Proposed Amendments to Mississauga Plan" was considered by Planning and Development Committee (PDC) on January 10, 2005. Appendix 1 accompanied the report and contains the initial proposed amendments.This report and appendix was circulated for review and comment.

The second report titled "Proposed Amendments to Mississauga Plan - Supplementary Report" was considered at a public meeting on January 9, 2006. Appendix 2 contains additional proposed amendments and recommendations.This report and appendix addresses comments received from the circulation of the January 2005 report and a series of 19 community meetings.

The third report titled "Proposed Amendments to Mississauga Plan - Report on Comments" was considered by PDC on April 3, 2006. Related proposed amendments are outlined in Appendix 4.

The fourth report titled "Proposed Amendments to Mississauga Plan - Further Comments" was considered by PDC on September 18, 2006. Appendix 6 contains related comments and proposed amendments.

The fifth report titled "Proposed Amendments to Mississauga Plan - Additional Comments" was considered by PDC at a public meeting on April 30, 2007. Appendix 7 contains related comments and proposed amendments.

A report titled "Additional Matters arising from Public Meeting of April 30, 2007 - Proposed Amendments to Mississauga Plan and New Zoning By-law - City of Mississauga - Addendum Report" was deferred by City Council on May 9, 2007 and reconsidered on May 23, 2007 when all the recommended Official Plan amendments were adopted.

A report titled "Additional Matters arising from City Council Meeting May 23, 2007 - Proposed Amendments to Mississauga Plan and New Zoning By-law" was considered by City Council on June 20, 2007. The by-law adopting OPA 25 was adopted by City Council June 20, 2007.


Corporate Reports & Appendixes
Date Corporate Report Appendix
January 10, 2005 Proposed Amendments to Mississauga Plan Appendix 1
January 9, 2006 Proposed Amendments to Mississauga Plan - Supplementary Report Appendix 2
April 3, 2006 Proposed Amendements to Mississauga Plan - Report on Comments Appendix 4
September 18, 2006 Proposed Amendments to Mississauga Plan - Further Comments Appendix 6
April 30, 2007 Proposed Amendments to Mississauga Plan - Additional Comments Appendix 7
May 9, 2007 Additional Matters arising from Public Meeting of April 30, 2007 - Proposed Amendments to Mississauga Plan and New Zoning By-law
May 23, 2007 Additional Matters arising from Public Meeting of April 30, 2007 - Proposed Amendment to Mississauga Plan and New Zoning By-law
June 20, 2007 Additional Matters arising from City Council May 23, 2007 - Proposed Amendment to Mississauga Plan and New Zoning By-law

If you have questions, please contact Teresa Kerr of our Policy Planning Division at (905) 615-3200 ext. 5732 or email teresa.kerr@mississauga.ca.
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OPA 25 - Text
The document referenced below contains text of Amendment No. 25. The text amends the various Sections and District Policies of the Mississauga Plan. Two types of maps are associated with OPA 25; Schedules and District Land Use Maps. Schedules are maps that deal with topics applicable to the City as a whole, such as the identification of environmental areas. District Land Use Maps can be used to find the Official Plan designation of specific properties. The Schedules and District Land Use Maps associated with OPA 25 can be found at the bottom of the previous web page. The Schedules and District Land Use Maps indicate the proposed amended designations numbered in the associated tables. Also attached to Amendment 25 are Appendices I, II, III and IV.

  Appendix I to OPA 25 is a description of the Public Meetings held in connection with thisAmendment.
  Appendix II to OPA 25 is a copy of the Planning and Building Department report dated May 14, 2007.
  Appendix III to OPA 25 is a copy of the Planning and Building Department report dated May 7, 2007.
  Appendix IV to OPA 25 is a copy of the Planning and Building Department report dated April 10, 2007 which includes Planning and Building Department reports dated December 14, 2004, December 13, 2005, March 14, 2006 and August 29, 2006, all pertaining to this Amendment.

The purpose of this amendment are as follows:
  to revise various Policies in Mississauga Plan by adopting amended or new Policies;
  to revise various Special Site Policies in Mississauga Plan by adopting amended or new Special Site Policies;
  to revise various Schedules in Mississauga Plan by adopting amended Schedules;
  to revise the Land Use Designations on various District Land Use Maps in Mississauga Plan by amending the Land Use Designation on various properties;
  to implement various minor housekeeping amendments.

Most of the proposed amendments implement various minor housekeeping modifications and/or were in response to the Comprehensive Zoning By-law Review which was conducted in conjunction with this amendment.
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City Plan
Mississauga Plan (Official Plan) for the City of Mississauga Planning Area was modified and approved by the Region of Peel 2003 May 05, save and except certain parts of the Plan where a decision was withheld and other parts of the Plan that were appealed to the Ontario Municipal Board. For those parts of Mississauga Plan that are not approved, the relevant parts of City Plan, originally approved by the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing 1997 July 08, and subsequently amended, will apply until the matters in question have been decided. Therefore, currently for policies and designations, both Official Plans need to be referred to.Once all matters have been decided, City Plan will no longer apply.     ....MORE
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