Glen Abbey owner ClubLink withdraws appeals regarding golf course development – .

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Glen Abbey owner ClubLink withdraws appeals regarding golf course development – .


TORONTO – The company that operates the famous Glen Abbey golf course in Oakville, Ont., Has withdrawn from its attempt to obtain permission for a residential and commercial development project.

TWC Enterprises Ltd., which operates under the ClubLink brand, issued a brief statement saying it had withdrawn appeals due to be heard in August by the Ontario Land Court.

The development plan, which included the construction of around 3,000 housing units as well as offices and commercial spaces, had faced stiff local resistance since its proposal several years ago.

TWC CFO Andrew Tamlin did not immediately respond to requests for comment on ClubLink’s plans for the property.

Ontario Municipal Affairs Minister Steve Clark said in a statement he was invited to speak this week by the city of Oakville and the region of Halton.

Clark says he got ClubLink’s commitment to not only end its appeal but also withdraw its development plans and continue operating Glen Abbey as a golf course.

Oakville Mayor Rob Burton released a statement saying that “the announcement that the Glen Abbey lands will be retained is precisely what City Council, Halton Regional Council and the residents of Oakville have been working on for many years. many years “.

This report by The Canadian Press was first published on July 9, 2021.

Companies in this story: (TSX: TWC)

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