Peel 2041 Official Plan Review
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Region of Peel Official Plan and Municipal Comprehensive Review
What is the Regional Official Plan Review?
In keeping with the Government of Ontario’s Planning Act , the Region must update its Official Plan every 5 years.This mandatory update ensures that official plan policies stay current with Provincial plan and policy changes and reflect our changing community's needs.
Peel 2041 is our current Regional Official Plan review. It started on May 23, 2013 with a public meeting.This meeting broached revisions that may be required in our Official Plan policies, schedules and figures.
What is the Municipal Comprehensive Review?
A Municipal Comprehensive Review (MCR) is a process required under the 2019 A Place to Grow Growth Plan for the Greater Golden Horseshoe and Provincial Policy Statement. It ensures that Official Plans conform with provincial plans and policies. An MCR results in a new official plan or official plan amendment which is submitted to the Province for approval.
Peel 2041: Regional Official Plan Review
By 2041, the Region is expected to be home to nearly 2 million residents and 1 million jobs. The Regional Official Plan Review process will:
- Incorporate new provincial legislation, regulations and policies.
- Implement new regional policy initiatives and plans. Have a meaningful community engagement process.
- Guide growth and development within the Region to the year 2041.
The first set of draft policy changes are available for public consultation. These draft policies will explore some environmental related focus area changes. Updates on the status of all other focus areas will also be provided.
Regional Official Plan Amendment 27, as adopted by By-Law 12-2017, was approved by the Province and went into effect on September 1, 2017.
Read more about approved amendments
As part of the Peel 2041 Regional Official Plan Review, we will explore policy changes in specific focus areas. Policy changes on some growth related focus areas and progress updates on all focus areas will be explored during the Fall 2020 consultation period.
Read more about focus areas and upcoming consultations.
- Age-friendly planning
- Aggregates resources and excess soil
- Agriculture and rural systems
- Climate change
- Greenlands system
- Growth management
- Health and the built environment
- Major transit station areas
- Other focus areas
- Provincial Greenbelt plans
- Settlement area boundary expansion
- Wildland fires
- Water resources
Peel 2041 Official Plan
Provincial Policy Statement, 2014
Growth Management Workshops, 2013-2015
Provincial Coordinated Plans Review
ROPA 27: Health and the Built Environment, Age-Friendly Planning policies approved and in-effect.
Draft Growth Management and Transportation policies (put on hold due to changing Provincial framework).
A Place to Grow, 2019
Dec. 12 Draft Environment policies report requesting consultation
March Public consultations on Environment related Focus areas
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Jun. 25 Draft Growth policies report requesting consultation
Fall 2020 Public consultations on Growth related Focus areas
Winter 2021 Public consultations
2021 Statutory Public Consultations
Q4 Winter 2021 Council adoption of ROPA
July 1, 2022 Provincial Conformity
For additional information on the Peel 2041 work plan, please see the Council reports in the Reading room. For information on supporting Peel 2041 studies and technical reports, please see specific focus areas.
- June 25, 2020 Regional Council report
- December 12, 2019 Regional Council report
- September 26, 2019 Regional Council report
Peel 2041 newsletters
- April 2020 – Peel 2041 Official Plan Review community update
- August 2018 – Peel 2041 Official Plan Review community update
- August 2016 – Peel 2041 Official Plan Review newsletter #2
- October 2014 – Peel 2041 Official Plan Review newsletter
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