Comment 90961

By Fred Street (anonymous) | Posted August 16, 2013 at 08:35:36

"The Town of Oakville established its Local Architectural Conservation Advisory Committee in 1976. Currently, there are over 120 properties that have been designated under Part IV of The Ontario Heritage Act. In 1981, Oakville's first Heritage Conservation District designated under Part V of The Ontario Heritage Act, known as the Old Oakville Downtown Residential Area Heritage Conservation District, was established. In 1988, a second Heritage Conservation District was created in Oakville, known as the First and Second Street Conservation District. A third Heritage Conservation District "Trafalgar Road Heritage Conservation District" was established in 1994."

I believe Hamilton has something like seven Part V designated heritage conservation districts and 255 properties designated under Part IV of the Ontario Heritage Act (130 in Wards 1-8, 125 in Wards 9-15).

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