Housing Development

Canada Day Parade To Proceed for 2024 Pending Council Ratification
Peterborough City Councillors have rejected City Staff’s suggestion of scrapping the City’s Canada Day Parade in favour of re-investing the $20,000 cost into other festivities on the holiday. Councillors also gave preliminary approval to designating the J.J. Turner building on King Street as a heritage site and two housing developments in the City's West End.
Plan to Construct 28,000 New Housing Units in Eastern Ontario over the next Seven Years Presented to Council
Representatives of the Eastern Ontario Wardens’ Caucus (EOWC) Peterborough County Warden, Bonnie Clark and former Chief Administrative Officer of Hastings County, Jim Pine, brought forward their plan to quickly build new housing units in the region over the next seven years, known as the Seven and Seven Regional Housing Plan. The plan, as Pine explained it during General Committee on October 2nd, is to build 7,000 new units of social housing over the next seven years in addition to 21,000 market-rate rental units in that same timeframe.
My Rental Breakdown: A Reflection on Navigating Peterborough’s Housing Crisis as a Clueless Tenant
Summer Journalist Isla Gole hits the ground running in her first op-ed recounting five years' worth of rental anecdotes in a Peterborough folktale with the moral: tenants beware!
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