Agerton Employment Area and Trafalgar Corridor Secondary Plan Areas are Milton’s next phase of growth and development (2021-2031). These areas are being planned in accordance with provincial, regional policies and local policies to achieve the vision of a mixed-use intensification and transit-supportive corridor.

A proposed major transit station was identified in the area at Derry and Trafalgar Roads. This area is physically separated from the urban area by the Sixteen Mile Creek Valley and has an opportunity to accommodate higher density development and taller buildings in a way that contributes positively to the overall urban structure.

Status updates

Secondary plans for these areas will establish a detailed planning and policy framework that will guide future development to contribute to building a complete community. Milton Council adopted the Trafalgar Secondary Plan on March 25, 2019. The plan is now with Halton Region for the regional approval process.

The Draft Agerton Secondary Plan has not received Milton Council endorsement. A concept plan for the Secondary Plan was endorsed by Milton Council as part of the Regional Official Plan Review process through PD-017-19.

Background and technical studies

Studies were needed to help with the development of the Trafalgar and Agerton Secondary Plans, including:

  • Planning Policy Directives
  • Population Employment and Housing
  • Community Facilities and Human Services
  • Parks, Recreation and Library Analysis
  • Retail Market Assessment
  • Office Market Analysis
  • Real Estate Market Analysis
  • Agricultural Impact Assessment
  • Cultural Heritage Assessment
  • Archaeological Assessment
  • Transportation Report

Contact us if you’d like to request a copy of any of the supporting documents or studies.

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Public meetings

We’ve held multiple Public Information Centres to present display panels, collect feedback on planning and development concepts and provide study updates. This includes statutory public meetings, under the Planning Act, that took place on February 11, 2019.

Municipal class environmental assessment – transportation   

Municipal class environmental assessment - area servicing plan and master environmental servicing plan

Contact us if you’d like to request a copy of the display boards, notices, worksheets or presentations from the community meetings.