Controversial Niagara Falls development going before public meeting Oct. 6

Controversial Niagara Falls development going before public meeting Oct. 6

The public will have another opportunity to weigh in on the controversial Riverfront Community development proposal in Niagara Falls.

GR (CAN) Investments Ltd. has submitted a revised draft plan of subdivision and zoning bylaw amendment application that will go before a remote electronic public meeting during next Tuesday’s city council session.

The developer is proposing a $1.5-billion tourism, residential and retail complex near Dorchester Road, the hydro canal and Chippawa Parkway.

The firm owns about 193 hectares of land — but about half is provincially significant wetlands and can’t be developed.

The project, now formally called Riverfront Community, has in the past also been referred to as Thundering Waters and Paradise at Niagara Falls.

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