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Omagh Heritage Conservation District Study

The village of Omagh is the only village left in Milton from the former Trafalgar Township. It is historically significant and contains a rich heritage that reflects a broad range of the architectural styles that were popular in Ontario from the mid-nineteenth century to the late twentieth century

Considerable change is going to take place in the area with new development to the north, the re-alignment of Britannia Road to the south and planning for the Creek and flood plain that runs through the heart of Omagh. As the Town continues to plan for this growth and change it is undertaking a Heritage Conservation District Study to ensure that Omagh's unique character and identity is respected as growth and development takes place. This will be a comprehensive plan for the whole village of Omagh, and could include a heritage conservation district. This study will define what is important about the village and ensure that this is retained and integrated as a unique neighbourhood within the surrounding Boyne Survey Secondary Plan Area.

The Council Report PD-034-16 is attached outlining the details of this study.

The first public engagement session for this study took place on December 14, 2016 in the Church of Christ in Omagh. The presentation from that meeting is attached below.

For further information regarding this study please contact:

Anne Fisher, Planner, Policy Planning
905-878-7252, ext. 2398
Email:  Planning and Development