Midland's Premier Waterfront Development
Midland Bay Landing is the transformation of the 40-acre waterfront property from its former industrial uses into a vibrant, mixed-use, pedestrian-oriented and accessible neighbourhood to help rejuvenate Midland and its historic, recently revitalized Downtown and the Harbour.
As the site is contaminated from former industrials uses, extensive environmental sampling was conducted and the Town followed the regulatory and risk assessment process as prescribed by the Ministry of Environment, Conservation and Parks (MECP). See links below to studies completed.
Risk Assessment (RA) September 2021
Phase Two Environmental Site Assessment (ESA) October 2019
Phase Two Conceptual Site Model (CSM) April 2019
MECP Certificate of Property Use
A Certificate of Property Use (CPU) from the MECP is now registered on Title on the development land (July 2022). In general, the environmental requirements as described in the CPU and as approved by the MECP, require that the contaminated soil be covered with either concrete, asphalt or other hard surfaces, or by adding one metre of clean soil on top of the site.
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