The Central Pickering Development Plan (CPDP) establishes land use, transportation, and design policies for Central Pickering, to achieve the vision of a sustainable, urban community in Seaton integrated with a thriving agricultural community in the Duffins Rouge Agricultural Preserve and an extensive Natural Heritage System.
The plan provides for a population of up to 70,000 people and 35,000 jobs in Seaton, with a vision for compact urban neighbourhoods that provide a range of residential, mixed use and employment uses.
The plan was prepared by the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing.
Consultants: Planning Alliance Inc., as lead consultant, with input from numerous sub-consultants
Status: The Plan was approved, and came into effect on May 3, 2006. Currently, the Plan is being implemented through a series of more detailed studies and environmental assessments.
View the Central Pickering Development Plan.