Building in Peel
We're working to make affordable housing available to all residents in Peel.
We partner with:
- housing developers (non-profit and the private sector),
- affordable housing providers,
- community organizations, and
- the provincial and federal governments.
Our partners bring new and innovative thinking to create more affordable housing in Peel. Each has an important part to play in helping to achieve our goals.
Together, we can build affordable, healthy, sustainable and inclusive neighbourhoods.
Inquiries related to developing affordable housing in Peel should be sent to Building in Peel or contact:
Brett Barnes, Housing Development
905-791-7800 ext. 8605.
The following resources provide more information about the development of affordable housing in Peel.
- Affordable Housing Design Guidelines and Standards for Townhomes (PDF)
- Affordable Housing Design Guidelines and Standards for Apartment Buildings (PDF)
- Region of Peel Accessibility Standards (PDF)
Affordable housing development is a complex process involving many stakeholders.
If you are considering responding to a Region of Peel Bid Opportunity for the development of affordable housing, check out the following detailed resources to enable you to develop a comprehensive proposal.
- Selection Criteria (PDF)
- Planning & Development (PDF)
- Construction (PDF)
- Operations Criteria (PDF)
- Development Schedule (PDF)
- Current affordable housing sites in Peel (interactive map)
- National Housing Strategy
- City of Mississauga Affordable Housing Strategy
- City of Brampton Housing Review
Current Development Projects Underway
The East Avenue site, located in south Mississauga, is being redeveloped to maximize the land to provide more affordable housing units in Peel.
Mayfield is being developed for seniors, 65 years plus, who seek affordable housing in a market or subsidized rental unit.
Peel Living has started work to redevelop its 25-acre Twin Pines lands, currently a mobile home park, in south-central Mississauga, Ontario, Canada.