Heritage Heights Community (Areas 52 & 53) Secondary Plan

In December 2009, Council authorized staff to initiate secondary planning for Secondary Plan Areas 52 (Huttonville North) & 53 (Mount Pleasant West), collectively referred to as the “Heritage Heights Community”.  The Heritage Heights Community is bounded by Mayfield Road to the north, Winston Churchill Boulevard to the west, Mississauga Road to the east and the Credit River Valley to the south (click here for a location map).
There are a number of key issues in North West Brampton (i.e. planning for employment lands, Stage 2 – Environmental Assessment for the GTA West Corridor, North-West Brampton Shale Policy Review, GO Train layover facility, potential new GO Station, new 400 bed Health Care Facility) that will impact the future planning for Heritage Heights (Secondary Plan Areas 52 and 53).
A resolution from the March 30, 2015 Planning and Infrastructure Services Committee meeting directs staff to revisit the June 2014 Land Use Plan.  The Department reported back to Planning and Infrastructure Services Committee on October 5, 2015 with a Re-engagement Strategy and approach for revisiting the Land Use Plan and associated Secondary Plan component studies that involves the participation of all the landowners within Secondary Plan Areas 52 and 53.
The City has initiated the following component studies that will inform and guide the preparation of the Secondary Plan:
  • Sub-Watershed Study and Landscape Scale Analysis Update
  • Transportation Master Plan - Public Information Centre 3 - June 4, 2014 Click here to view notice
  • Servicing and Infrastructure
  • Employment Implementation Study
  • Shale Resource Update 
  • Community Visioning
  • Commercial & Institutional Land Study
  • Cultural Heritage Study



  • December 2009 - Status Report presented to Planning, Design and Development Committee. 
  • February 2012 - Status Report presented to Planning, Design and Development Committee.  
  • May 2012 - Public Information Centre (PIC 1) - Heritage Heights Transportation Master Plan. Click here to view the display boards. 
  • October 2012 - Public Information Centre (PIC 1) - Heritage Heights Sub-watershed Study & Landscape Scale Analysis (LSA) Update. Click here to view the display boards. 
  • November 2012 - Public Information Centre (PIC 2) - Heritage Heights Transportation Master Plan. Click here to view the display boards.  
  • April 2013 - Recommendation Report - Heritage Heights Preliminary Concept Plan presented to Planning, Design and Development Committee and Council for endorsement.  The Preliminary Concept Plan illustrates a high level community vision that includes major structural elements such as the North-South Transportation Corridor (now referred to as the GTA West), natural features/potential linkages and general land use designations.
  • June 4, 2014 - Heritage Heights Transportation Master Plan Public Information Centre #3. Click here to view display boards. We are interested in your comments. Please return a completed comment form by fax or email @ HeritageHeightsTMP@ColeEngineering.ca  by June 23, 2014
  • October 2015 - Recommendation Report – Re-engagement Strategy presented to Planning and Infrastructure Services Committee for endorsement.  Planning and Infrastructure and Services Committee provided direction to staff with respect to Secondary Planning for Heritage Heights.  Click here for more information.  This recommendation was ratified by Council on October 14, 2015.
  • December 2015 - Recommendation Report – Steering Committee Terms of Reference and Funding Agreement presented to Planning and Infrastructure Services Committee for endorsement.
  • December 14, 2015 - Open House Meeting to present the Land Use Concept Plan dated May 2014.  To view the display boards from the Open House Meeting click here.
  • March, 2016​ - Recommendation Report is provided to Planning & Infrastructure Services Committee that provides comments from the December, 2015 Open House. Staff will report back with a course of action once the Ministry of Transportation provides an update with respect to the GTA West Corridor EA.
  • ​October, 2016 ​- The first Landowners Steering Committee meeting is held. Meetings will be held approximately every 2 months on an ongoing basis. 
  • November, 2016 - City of Brampton provides a submission (page 365) in response to the GTA West Advisory Panel's request for input on a variety of questions.​

For more information on the City's planning program for the Heritage Heights Community (Areas 52 & 53) and to provide comments via email, please contact: 

Yuri Mantsvetov, MCIP, RPP
Policy Planner III
Planning & Development Services Department
T: 905.874.2141  E: yuri.mantsvetov@brampton.ca