Highland Gate Ratepayers Association ready to ‘go to war’ over proposed Aurora development

Yorkregion.com | by Teresa Latchford, Stephen D'Agostino quoted | June 16, 2016

YorkRegion.com Thumbnail At a recent Highland Gate Ratepayers Association (HGRPA) meeting, the association’s legal counsel, Stephen D’Agostino announced the association would also attempt to engage in OMB-led mediation with the developer to iron out some concerns such as new construction matching the current character of the existing neighbourhood and narrow roads. “If all parties agree we can … Continued

Developer modifies Highland Gate development proposal

Aurora Banner | by Chris Simon, Stephen D'Agostino quoted | March 23, 2016

Stephen D'Agostino, municipal lawyer The proposed Highland Gate development is shrinking. The developer overseeing the 41-hectare Golf Links Drive proposal announced plans to amend the project during the first day of Ontario Municipal Board pre-hearings at Aurora Town Hall Tuesday. If approved by the board, the proposed 10-storey, 144-unit apartment would shrink to seven storeys, while the total number … Continued