The City of Brampton Official Plan charts the course for the City to make decisions on how you use its land for the next 20 to 30 years. Specifically, the document contains goals, objectives and policy statements that protect the cultural heritage and natural environment of the City. The Official Plan also sets a growth management strategy that directs physical change in the areas of land use, economic development, built form and transportation.
The review of the 1993 Official Plan resulted in City Council adopting Brampton's current Official Plan in October 2006, and the Ontario Municipal Board approved it in October 2008.
August 2012 Consolidation - City of Brampton Official Plan
The 2006 Official Plan was approved in part by the Ontario Municipal Board by Order dated October 7, 2008. This version of the Official Plan includes the Region of Peel's modifications and deferrals set out in the Region's Notice of Decision dated January 24, 2008 and appeals to the Ontario Municipal Board. For more information, please see the Official Plan Review.
The August 2012 Consolidation incorporates mapping and text amendments approved since that time. Parts of the Plan under appeal to the Ontario Municipal Board are outlined on Schedules and/or identified by a notation in the margin of the Official Plan.