Norfolk County’s Community Planning Division has received an application from 2079095 Ontario Ltd. seeking approval for the development of the Port Dover wellness centre.
The application seeks to draft plan approve a new subdivision on lands along Hwy 6 in Port Dover to create 6 blocks and a public road for the following uses: Residential-Retirement Home (Block 1), Commercial-Medical Centre (Block 2/3/4), Residential Mid-rise (Block 5), and Commercial-Hotel/Banquet Hall/Convention Centre (Block 6).
Furthermore, an application has been received to amend the Norfolk County Official Plan and Zoning By-law to modify and enlarge a commercial block by extending the Shopping Centre Commercial designation and zone within the proposed Dover Coast draft plan of subdivision for the construction of a new medical centre.
Marked as “wellness centre” on the proposed site plan, the proposed building will be about 17,000 square foot in size and have about 103 parking spaces adjacent to it.
A roundabout is expected to be built to connect Hwy 6 to the new public road, which may be named Dover Coast Boulevard. The street leading to the wellness centre is proposed to be named Barrett Court.