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Trolleybus Urban Development Inc. 
Receives Community Improvement Grant

HALTON HILLS, ON – The Town of Halton Hills recently awarded a Community Improvement Plan (CIP) grant to Trolleybus Urban Development Inc. to support environmental work required to redevelop the property at 11571-11605 Trafalgar Road for residential use.


The Town’s CIP encourages private sector investment and revitalization throughout the community by providing financial incentives to eligible projects. Included are Environmental Site Assessment (ESA) grants to support brownfield redevelopment.


“It is my pleasure to provide Trolleybus Urban Development Inc. a grant to help fund the environmental work required to redevelop their property,” said Mayor Rick Bonnette. “Cleaning-up and transforming brownfield sites provides environmental, social, and economic benefits and I am delighted we could support this effort.”


Earlier this year, Trolleybus Urban Development Inc. submitted an ESA grant application to help fund the cost of a Phase II ESA conducted at 11571-11605 Trafalgar Road. A formal planning process is underway for the proposed development.


“We look forward to building a new community on these lands and appreciate the Town's contribution through the CIP to help move this project forward,” said Greg Gilbert, Director of Planning and Design at Trolleybus Urban Development Inc.


The Town’s ESA grant program funds 50% of the total cost of an eligible environmental study, up to a total of $12,500. Eligible studies include Phase II ESAs, Designated Substances and Hazardous Materials Surveys, Remedial Work Plans and Risk Assessments/Risk Management Plans. CIP applications are accepted year-round, subject to eligibility and available funding. For more information, contact the Town’s Economic Development Office at 905-873-2601 ext. 2127 or visit: investhaltonhills.com



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