Under the terms of a redevelopment plan approved by town council in 2013, the historic section of the vacant school is to be converted into four to nine residential units.
The seven lots along Douglas are to be developed as detached homes.
Sale conditions will require a developer to complete a certain threshold of construction on the school building before the sale of the seven lots.
The town will maintain ownership of a parkette on the south end of the property, with the existing playground equipment moved this fall.
Draft official plan amendments were open for public review.
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Council approved a concept plan for the site and directed staff to bring forward proposed amendments to provide for:
Both the former OT hospital and Brantwood School sites were part of the South Central Public Lands Study – a comprehensive land use study, completed in 2013 that evaluated options for four town-owned properties.
The public was encouraged to view and participate through public information sessions, open houses, surveys and feedback sessions spanning several months.
In April 2013, Council endorsed the staff recommended land use option for Brantwood and directed staff to proceed with implementation.
The aged and storied school is one of three schools in the area that were chosen by the Halton District School Board for closure.