Plans call for 449 residential lots in second phase of Port Dover subdivision


A developer is proposing a 400-plus unit housing project for Port Dover.

Plans call for a second phase of the Lynn River Heights subdivision in Port Dover to include 449 residential lots. 
Norfolk’s public hearings committee received a report on Tuesday outlining the proposal for a draft plan of subdivision and a zoning bylaw amendment for the development of 56 semi-detached lots and 393 single-detached lots north of Highway 6 at the north-west edge of Port Dover’s urban boundary.

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