Township of King (Our King) Official Plan, 2019
The Township’s new Official Plan titled Our King was adopted by Council on September 23, 2019 and subsequently approved by York Region on September 24, 2020, subject to modifications and three site-specific deferrals. The adoption and approval of the Official Plan followed an extensive public consultation and work program that sought to develop a comprehensive long-term vision for the future of King Township as a whole, which was consistent with/ conformed to all relevant Provincial and Regional policy and regulations. The primary purpose of the Official Plan is to provide direction and to set the planning policy framework for managing growth, land use and infrastructure decisions within the Township to the 2031 planning horizon.
The Township of King (Our King) Official Plan, 2019 directs land use planning for the Township of King Planning Area to 2031 and replaces the Township of King Official Plan, 1970, the Community Plans for King City, Nobleton and Schomberg, and the Hamlet Secondary Plan, save and except on the lands subject to the deferrals.
York Region has deferred decision on the lands municipally known as:
1. 25 Laskay Mills Drive
2. 1265 & 1405 19th Sideroad
3. 1380 Wellington Street West
York Region issued the Notice of Decision (linked below) on the Township of King Official Plan on October 8, 2020. The last day to submit an appeal is October 28, 2020. Following the appeal period, the new Official Plan will come into effect, in whole or in part, subject to any appeals that are received.
Additional information is available by contacting:
Kristen Harrison, MCIP, RPP
Policy Planner, Planning Division
Growth Management Services Department
905.833.5321 x 4065