Rezoning approval sought

Rezoning is being sought to help put nearly 30 lots on the map in Queens Business Park. City council gave first reading this week to a land-use bylaw amendment to rezone land in the park south of Hwy 11A and west of Hwy 2.

Rezoning is being sought to help put nearly 30 lots on the map in Queens Business Park.

City council gave first reading this week to a land-use bylaw amendment to rezone land in the park south of Hwy 11A and west of Hwy 2.

The city plans to develop an initial phase of the Queens Business Park industrial area, and must rezone 90 acres of future urban development district to do so. Then 25 industrial lots, three commercial lots and one public utility lot would be up for grabs.

This first phase of the park is the portion being marketed now.

An interesting feature of the park will be a constructed wetland stretching approximately 500 metres along its eastern edge.

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