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Peel 2041+ public consultation

Fall consultation sessions are coming soon.

Peel 2041+ is the Region’s Official Plan Review and Municipal Comprehensive Review (MCR), which will help us better plan for the future by taking action on new population and employment forecasts, responding to public and stakeholder feedback, and complying with new provincial legislation, plans, and policies.

Join the upcoming online consultation sessions to provide your input on draft Growth Related Focus Area policies and mapping that will guide how your community grow. Regional staff will also consult on the draft technical studies supporting the Settlement Area Boundary Expansion focus area and provide updates on all other focus areas.

Please access the 9-minute introductory video in advance of the live consultation sessions for key background information on the Peel 2041+ Region's Official Plan Review and MCR.

A draft version of proposed Official Plan policies and mapping to date has been compiled to help track changes being recommended, and can be found on the focus areas webpage.

Upcoming consultation sessions

Online consultation dates and times are noted here. To join the event, links will be available on this webpage on the session date.

Growth related focus area sessions (60 minutes each)

Monday September 21

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  • 6:30 p.m. Growth Management
  • 7:30 p.m. Major Transit Station Areas

Tuesday September 22

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  • 6:30 p.m. Housing
  • 7:30 p.m. Transportation

Wednesday September 23

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  • 6:30 p.m. Greenlands System
  • 7:30 p.m. Waste Management
  • 8:30 p.m. Cultural Heritage and Indigenous Community Engagement

Growth related display boards

Display boards are available for consultations by selecting the focus area. We welcome your comments in advance of the live consultation sessions. Email Regional Planning and Growth Management or call 647-620-3750 to receive consultation materials. The live session links will not be active until the indicated times.

Growth Management

The Growth Management Focus Area is guided by an exercise to determine where and how new population and employment growth will be accommodated in an integrative manner that promotes healthy, complete, and livable communities. You will learn about the Region's:

  • Land needs assessment
  • Regional forecasts and growth management
  • Regional structure

Growth Management display boards

For more information, visit the Growth Management page.

Major Transit Station Areas

Major Transit Station Areas (MTSAs) are lands within an approximate 500-800 metre radius of a transit station or stop, primarily along existing or planned transit corridors. MTSAs are intended to be developed as high density, mixed-use, transit-supportive neighbourhoods that provide access to local amenities, jobs, housing, and recreation opportunities. You will learn about:

  • Potential stations
  • Station profiles
  • Policy framework

Major Transit Station Areas display boards

For more information, visit the Major Transit Station Areas page.


Regional Council has identified the need to increase affordable housing options in Peel. The housing focus area will introduce new and updated policies with the key objective of increasing affordable housing supply. You will learn about proposed policies on:

  • Affordability
  • Range and mix of housing
  • Density and intensification
  • Targets and implementation

Housing display boards

For more information, visit the Housing page.


Peel's transportation network is one of the most travelled in the GTHA and therefore plays a vital role for moving people and goods both within and beyond Peel. Peel is focusing on providing a network that balances the needs of moving goods and all road users through road improvements, sustainable transportation infrastructure, and major provincial infrastructure.

Transportation display boards

For more information, visit the Transportation page.

Greenlands System

The Greenlands System in Peel is comprised of features (such as rivers and forests) and the surrounding areas. This connected natural system provides for clean water and air, habitat for plants and animals, as well as cultural, recreational and health benefits. Peel is developing a Greenlands System Strategy to update the Region's natural heritage system policies and identify a Regional Natural Heritage System.

Greenlands System display boards

For more information, visit the Greenlands System page.

Other focus areas

Following our review of Provincial plans, legislation, policy direction and Regional strategies, we have identified other focus areas. These other focus – waste management, cultural heritage and Indigenous engagement – will require changes to Regional Official Plan policies to stay consistent and conform to Provincial plans and legislation.

Display boards

For more information, visit the other focus area page.

Settlement Area Boundary Expansion technical study sessions (90 minutes each)

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Monday September 28

  • 6:30 p.m. Growth Management and Built Environment

Tuesday September 29

  • 6:30 p.m. Infrastructure and Finance

Wednesday September 30

  • 6:30 p.m. Environment, Climate Change and Agriculture

Thursday October 1

  • 6:30 p.m. Resources

Settlement Area Boundary Expansion display boards

Regional staff are undergoing the Settlement Area Boundary Expansion Study to determine the appropriate location(s) for new additional residents, community and employment lands required in the Town of Caledon to accommodate growth beyond 2031.

Upcoming online consultations will explore the draft technical studies with residents, stakeholders, agencies, and local municipal staff to ensure we plan for complete communities.

Online sessions grouped by study theme area

Previous consultation

Public consultations were held on March 2nd, 3rd, and 5th, 2020 to explore the first set of draft policy changes for some environment related focus areas. Find here information presented at the March 2020 Open Houses and a summary report of comments received.

Based on comments received from residents and stakeholders, Regional staff have been reviewing the draft policies and mapping for possible refinements. Read more about changes to environment related focus areas.

Stay informed

Email Regional Planning and Growth Management to receive the latest updates and submit comments on the Peel 2041+ project.

Other information

The Region's vision to create a "Community for Life" is supported by Peel 2041+ planning efforts that ensure the future is filled with opportunities to live, work play, shop and get around in Peel. This work is supported through collaboration on various studies with the local municipalities to help meet their planning goals.

The City of Brampton, City of Mississauga and Town of Caledon must undertake their respective official plan reviews at more detailed planning level. Once the Regional Official Plan policies are approved by the Province, the Region will work to review and approve the local official plans.

To learn more about the local municipal official plan processes, visit the following websites: