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Bowmanville West Urban Centre and Major Transit Station Area Secondary Plan Update

Project description

The Bowmanville West Urban Centre is being planned as the main concentration of commercial and mixed-use development in Clarington. It will include a diversity of housing, shopping, and services, along with new open spaces and boulevards. Walkable streets and sustainable design will create a vibrant neighbourhood where young families and older adults will enjoy living and working side by side. Improved cycling and pedestrian opportunities will provide better connections to the rest of the community.

The new GO Train station and the related transit-oriented development (TOD), are key drivers of change for this area.

Map showing Bowmanville West Urban Centre Study Area

Public Information Centre #3 - October 1, 2020

Residents shared feedback using our interactive mapping tool from October 1 to 16, 2020.

Public Information Centre #2 - June 26, 2019

Documents available upon request:

  • Technical Report
  • Illustrated Report
  • Presentation
  • Display Panels
  • Table Activities
  • Report on Public Comments

Interactive Survey and Map - September 1 to 30, 2018

Residents shared feedback using our interactive mapping tool from September 1 to 30, 2018. 

Public Information Centre #1 - June 19, 2018

  • Display Panels (Available upon request)
  • Presentation Slides (Available upon request)
  • Activity Sheet (PDF)

Go train parked at station with condo building behind

GO Train and Transportation hubs

In anticipation of the GO train extension, Clarington is developing a high-level vision for the transportation hubs around the future Courtice and Bowmanville GO stations. The Municipality wants to ensure that development around the future stations is adequately planned, so these areas are more than just train stations; they also become destinations.

Background information

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