Community Planning, Regulation and Mobility Committee Meeting
Revised Agenda

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Council Chambers - members participating remotely

Statutory public meetings are held to present planning applications in a public forum as required by the Planning Act.

Due to COVID-19 this meeting will be conducted as a virtual meeting. Only the chair of the meeting, along with a clerk and audio/visual technician, will be in council chambers, with all other staff, members of council and delegations participating in the meeting by calling in remotely. The meeting will be live webcasted, as usual, and archived on the city website.

Requests to delegate to this virtual meeting can be made by completing the online delegation registration form at or by submitting a written request by email to the Office of the City Clerk at by noon the day before the meeting is to be held. It is recommended that delegates include their intended remarks, which will be circulated to all members of the standing committee in advance, as a backup to any disruptions in technology issues that may occur.

If you do not wish to delegate, but would like to submit feedback, please email your comments to Your comments will be circulated to committee members in advance of the meeting and will be attached to the minutes, forming part of the public record.

Reports of a routine nature, which are not expected to require discussion and/or debate.  Staff may not be in attendance to respond to queries on items contained in the Consent Agenda.

  • Direct the Director of Transportation Services to continue utilizing the parking management reservation system at Lowville Park and extend the operating period until Thanksgiving weekend, inclusive; and

    Direct the Director of Transportation Services to implement the paid Beachway parking program during summer months as a measure to regulate parking availability.

  • Approve as amended, the Sustainable Building and Development Guidelines attached as Appendix A to community planning department report PL-07-21; and

    Direct the Director of Community Planning and the Executive Director of Burlington Economic Development to consider the feasibility of including the Sustainable Building and Development Guidelines in the development of the Comprehensive Community Improvement Plan framework; and

    Direct Council to advocate to the Province to adopt the highest tiered energy standards following the introduction of the National Energy Code for Buildings 2021 (NECB); and

    Direct the Director of Community Planning to draft a business case for the preparation of a green roof by-law and green roof construction standard in 2023.

Confidential reports may require a closed meeting in accordance with the Municipal Act, 2001. Meeting attendees may be required to leave during  the discussion.