ClubLink

“Do not screw this up" became the mantra of the Hub350 RBCx Finance Quarter to emphasize the importance of keeping developers away from the Kanata Golf and Country Club.
ClubLink says course is no longer financially viable and wants to partner with Minto Communities and Richcraft Homes to build 1,480 homes on the 71-hectare site.
Course owner says club is no longer financially viable and wants to partner with Minto Communities and Richcraft Homes to construct more than 1,500 homes on the 71-hectare property.
Property owner ClubLink wants to partner with Minto Communities and Richcraft Homes to build more than 1,500 homes on the 71-hectare site.
A staff report released last week urged the planning committee to reject ClubLink’s proposal to build more than 1,500 housing units on the site of the Kanata Golf and Country Club.
ClubLink’s proposal calls for more than 1,500 housing units on the current site of the Kanata Golf and Country Club.
Controversial proposal now calls for slightly smaller housing footprint and more green space.
Opponents say the proposal violates a longstanding agreement to keep the property as greenspace.
Kanata residents are stepping up with offers to donate funds to save the Kanata Golf and Country Club from being razed for a new residential development, the local councillor says
Nearby residents vowed Tuesday to 'vigorously' fight the proposal to build up to 1,500 housing units on the site