You’re Invited: Community Workshops on Neighbourhood Walkability

As a community, walkability and pedestrian-friendly streets frequently come up as high priorities for the future of QTN. What does a 15 minute neighbourhood look like for QTN? Here's an example of where you can walk today from the Alpine Ave tennis courts (source: walkscore.com): We encourage you to participate in a series of community … Continue reading You’re Invited: Community Workshops on Neighbourhood Walkability

More Changes Coming to QTN: Update on Berms, Paths, and New Development

Planning Committee Report Thank you for taking time to provide thoughtful suggestions and concerns on proposed plans for QTN, such as the proposed berms in Connaught Park, the paths that will connect us to future LRT stations, and the Lincoln Fields and Queensview surveys. Your feedback helps to get more serious attention to present issues … Continue reading More Changes Coming to QTN: Update on Berms, Paths, and New Development

We want your input: Lincoln Fields, Queensview, Local Paths and the Future of QTN

Queensview Drive and Lincoln Fields Surveys Big changes for future development on Queensview Drive and Lincoln Fields/Carling will be included in Ottawa’s new Official Plan, expected this fall. What happens on the south and north boundaries of QTN will have major impacts for residents living here. Higher density and mixed commercial/residential development are expected as … Continue reading We want your input: Lincoln Fields, Queensview, Local Paths and the Future of QTN

Connectivity review: Speak up about your route to the LRT & Update on Berms

How will you access future LRT stations in our area – Lincoln Fields, Queensview, and Pinecrest? Will the new paths allow you to get where you need to go? Are they well placed? Do they need improvements? Your access to future LRT stations is the central question to be answered by the Connectivity Enhancement Study … Continue reading Connectivity review: Speak up about your route to the LRT & Update on Berms

Update on Connaught Park: Your Feedback and Start of Construction

Your feedback is instrumental We would like to thank the over 30 individuals who included us on their emails while participating in the Connaught Park landscaping plan consultation. In addition, we're aware of many more individuals who took the time to provide thoughtful and meaningful input on this important project. We continue to work with … Continue reading Update on Connaught Park: Your Feedback and Start of Construction

Act now, April 15 deadline – Public consultation on Berms and LRT through QTN

We just learned that public input for the proposed berms between the Connaught Park LRT fly-over and QTN community has been opened for feedback. You can participate by visiting www.connaughtpinecrest.ca - note that the consultation closes on April 15, one week from today. We are asking you to show that QTN residents care about what … Continue reading Act now, April 15 deadline – Public consultation on Berms and LRT through QTN

Upcoming December Meetings on QTN Issues (LRT, Lincoln Fields, Development)

QTN residents are grieving the loss of trees for the LRT project this week, some very old ones and many that had special meaning for residents. The QTN planning committee did not get advance notice of this, and when the information came, it was too late and inadequate to pursue any alternatives. We have voiced … Continue reading Upcoming December Meetings on QTN Issues (LRT, Lincoln Fields, Development)