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Developing a Seniors’ Services Hub on the Peel Manor site

Peel Regional Council has approved a redevelopment plan for the current Peel Manor Long Term Care building, which has reached the end of its useful life. The approved plan is to build a new Seniors Health and Wellness Village at Peel Manor, which will include:

  • a minimum of 177 long term care beds including some resident home areas for those with specialized needs such as dementia who would benefit from a special behaviour support unit and transitional care;
  • Adult Day Service with 60 spaces to serve 75-100 participants each day over various shifts; and
  • companion health services by way of a seniors hub.

The Current Proposal

The Region of Peel undertook a master planning process to assess available options for the new Seniors Health and Wellness Village at Peel Manor. The best option based on the assessment was that the new building be located on the current Peel Manor site, using a portion of Murray Street Park. In this proposal, once the new building is complete, the old building would be torn down to make way for a revitalized park, the same size as the former parklands. The new park will be enhanced to include senior friendly active outdoor spaces and walking paths and will create greater connectivity to and from the seniors’ hub.

Over the past several years, the surrounding community has been engaged in discussions about the conceptual design. These discussions will continue to take place before the site design is finalized.

What’s Next?

A Recommendation Report was brought forward to the City of Brampton Planning and Development Committee on May 15, 2017. City of Brampton planning staff recommended the approval of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law amendment, subject to a number of recommendations being satisfactorily addressed. This recommendation was unanimously supported by the Committee. Stantec, who are working on behalf of the Region on the necessary development applications, are working with Regional and City staff on the fulfillment of these requirements, and are pursuing a final City Council meeting in early to mid fall 2017 for final approvals of the Official Plan and Zoning By-law amendments. Further, the Region and Stantec are currently in the process of completing the necessary reports and drawings required to make an initial Site Plan submission for the Peel Manor redevelopment.

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Newsletters and background information:

2017 May Peel Manor Newsletter #9
2017 Jan. Update to the Health Services Integration Committee of Peel Regional Council (Page 44)
2016 May Seniors Health and Wellness Village at Peel Manor - Conceptual drawing
2015 July Coordinated services that may appear at the new Seniors Health and Wellness Village at Peel Manor – Graphic
2015 April Peel Manor Newsletter #8
2015 March Peel Manor Newsletter #7
2014 June Peel Manor Redevelopment – Fact Sheet
2014 Nov. Peel Manor Newsletter #6
2014 Sept. Peel Manor Newsletter #5
2014 June Peel Manor Newsletter #4
2014 June Peel Manor Site Conceptual Plan – Report to Peel Regional Council (Page 258)
2014 June Peel Manor Newsletter #3
2014 April Peel Manor Newsletter #2
2014 Jan. Peel Manor Newsletter #1
2013 Sept. Envelope study results on the current condition of Peel Manor and proposed next steps – Report to Peel Regional Council

Revised: Wednesday July 26 2017

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