1710 Carrington - Line Drawing Elevations

The City of Mississauga has received an expression of interest to develop 1710 Carrington Road. The applicant is proposing that the City amend zoning and the official plan to permit the construction of eight townhome units on the south-east corner of Carrington and Durie Road. As part of the Ontario planning act, the City is required to review a development application should one be submitted.

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Applicant's Rendering
1710 Carrington - Development Map
1710 Carrington Development Site Plan
Site Plan
1710 Carrington - Line Drawing Elevations

Applicant Representative

Franco D. Romano, MPA, BAA, MCIP, RPP
Action Planning Consultants


Councillor Joe Horneck
Councillor Horneck will be providing additional info if and when an application is received. So, check back for updates. In the meantime, if you have any questions, you can email him at joe.horneck@mississauga.ca.

Jaspreet Sidhu
Planner for the City of Mississauga
For questions about the review process, please contact: Jaspreet.Sidhu@mississauga.ca

Hazel Heights Residents Association
For neighbourhood info, you may wish to support your area organization – the Hazel Heights Residents Association. They promote community engagement and collaborate with City officials. Learn more at

Provide Your Feedback

We invite you to provide your feedback on this potential proposal.
Please note that this survey is designed to identify your areas of greatest concern and any areas of support or least concern. If you have wish to address an issue not identified in the survey, please do so in the comments section. To date, the City of Mississauga has NOT received a proposal for development for this project. For this reason, in part, this survey is not designed to gauge overall neighbourhood support for the project.

Part 1 of 5: Contact Information

Part 2 of 5: Your Overall Priorities

We will ask about the proposed Carrington development in a moment, but first... Thinking about your neighbourhood in general, over the years, what one issue has mattered most to you? (Again, independent of the current proposal.)

Highest Priority

What is your next highest priority?

Second Priority

Part 3 of 5: The 1710 Carrington Site

Thinking about the Carrington project as outlined, what one element did you like the most (or least concerns you)?

Least Concern

What one element most concerns you?

Highest Concern

Part 4 of 5: Working with the Applicant

If a small collection of residents was to take the lead in trying to work with the applicant, who would be the most appropriate group to do so?

Resident representatives

Typically with a development project, reaching a mutual agreement is better for all involved than a contested result that could be overturned.  On that basis, what kind of approach should that group adopt?

Group approach

If you have concerns about the project, what do you think a good compromise would be somewhere between developing the project of eight townhomes as presented and developing one or two detached homes?  (Please Note:  The City of Mississauga has not taken a position on the development.)

Part 5 of 5: Level of Interest and Comments

Regardless of whether you like or dislike the proposal, how important is this issue to you?

Importance Level

Do you have any other comments you would like to provide?

Again, we are currently focused on your specific issues, rather than your overall approval or disapproval for the project.

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