Funding for a much-needed highschool in north Oakville has already been made obtainable by the province and the opening is focused for 2025. TOWN OF OAKVILLE IMAGE
A brand new highschool and industrial park is on monitor for the north finish of Oakville.
At a City planning committee assembly Tuesday evening (Sept. 6), councillors accepted plans by Sixth Oak Inc. for the event of 23 hectares of land at 103 Burnhamthorpe Rd., situated on the northwest nook of Burnhamthorpe Rd. and Sixth Line.
Reviewed by council again on Could 2 of this 12 months, the land will embody industrial buildings, a secondary college, stormwater administration pond and three pure heritage areas related to the West Morrison Creek.
Funding for the varsity has already been made obtainable by the province and the opening is focused for 2025.
Plans for the varsity embody a day care, future administrative constructing, an space for future portables and a lit sport subject and presumably a dome to permit for 4 season use of the sphere.
“It’s necessary that this college is constructed right here,” stated Ward 7 councillor Jasvinder Sandhu. “We had a possible scenario the place we may have had a faculty on the nook of Neyagawa Blvd. and Dundas St. This was moved on the behest and request of the varsity board. We have to be certain that shovels are within the floor from the varsity board’s perspective as a result of I imagine they’ve funding for this already.
We have to ensure that it occurs prior to later, as a result of we have to ensure that the youngsters which might be graduating from elementary college have a spot to go and 2025 is already a little bit of a wait. We’ll solely be ready longer if we defer this.”
Future entry to the location might be from Burnhamthorpe Street West, Sixth Line and the long run extension of William Halton Parkway.