Plans for the 86-acre innovation and research park site near Trent University include trails, roads, sewers and water services.
Quoting the City of Peterborough, the article says: “The Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry approved the Wetland Evaluation Report that was completed on behalf of the City of Peterborough“.
“The site for Cleantech Commons was designed assuming that the wetland next to the planned innovation and employment park would be designated provincially significant. The necessary studies were completed to determine appropriate buffers and boundaries – and the studies were reviewed by Otonabee Conservation.”
Details on the project are available online at www.peterborough.ca/cleantechcommonsproject.
For more detailed information, please see: Work resumes on installing services for Cleantech Commons