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jammer139 May 21, 2020 11:24 AM

101 Meadowlily Road S - condos
 
Development continues in SE London with a zoning change proposed for Meadowlily and Highbury area for new condos.


  • Vacant Land Condominium which will include 13 fourplex’s and 37 single detached dwellings
  • 89 units total
  • All units will be served from a new private road accessed from Meadowlily Road South



http://www.london.ca/business/Planni...9CD-20502.aspx

Outdoorduck May 22, 2020 4:31 AM

101 Meadowlilly Rd proposed development
 
I recently joined this page, but have followed the London Skyscraper page for a long time. I personally think this proposal for 101 Meadowlily Rd is inappropriate for this area. It is too large a development for that property and will require the sewage to be piped up the road to Commissioners (supposedly the developer wants the city to pay that cost). There are maybe half a dozen houses spread out down the road between Commissioners & the River (all presumably on Septic tanks). It is too narrow a road for such a large development and could get overwhelmed with such a large increase in traffic. It would also have an undue impact on the Meadowlilly ESA directly across the Road.

jammer139 May 27, 2020 12:29 PM

That area has seen significant development for years with new housing. A massive subdivision is planned for east of Jackson between Commissioners and Bradley. Other neighbourhoods have already been started north of Commissioners between Highbury and Hamilton. I could see a high school zoned in the area as well as thousands already live here and many more will in the future.

FWD15 May 27, 2020 1:19 PM

I'm shocked this gets approved but the commercial development up along the north side of Commissioners got shut down by the environmentalist crowd. All these new homes and everyone has to drive everywhere to shop. How is that good for the environment?


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