ASH’s Response to the Lees Transit Oriented Development Study

December 9, 2013 Christopher Zwierzchowski, Committee Coordinator Planning Committee City of Ottawa 110 Laurier Avenue West Ottawa (ON) K1P 1J1 Re: Lees Transit-Oriented Development Study Dear Mr. Zwierzchowski, Action Sandy Hill (ASH) is a volunteer-led community association that represents and … Read More

Community Perspectives on Heritage Sensitive Infill in Mature Heritage Districts

Heritage Ottawa Lecture / Patrimoine Ottawa – Une conférence gratuit Community Perspectives on Heritage Sensitive Infill in Mature Heritage Districts   Date: Wednesday, November 20, 2013 Time: 7:00 p.m. Location: Ottawa Public Library Auditorium, 120 Metcalfe Street For further information: … Read More

Petition for On-Campus UofO Residences Exceeds 1100 Signatures

3 November, 2013 Action Sandy Hill’s Petition calling on the University of Ottawa to build on-campus student residences has now closed.  It has gathered more than 1100 signatures, exceeding its original target. It has become even more clear since the … Read More

ASH’s Letter to the Citizen on Preserving Sandy Hill

In response to the Ottawa Citizen’s Article “Waking the Neighbours” Oct 21, 2013 We choose to live in Sandy Hill. Who wouldn’t? It’s an urban, eclectic, ethnically diverse and socio-economically mixed neighbourhood.  It’s a 15-minute walk to downtown, the Rideau … Read More

Sign Our Petition for On-Campus UofO Residences

We have now exceeded our 1000 signature target! The electronic petition closed at midnight, November 2nd. +812 signatures on paper/sur papier (31/10/13) Petition for On-Campus University Residences Petition pour des Residences Étudiantes Sur le Campus (un texte en français suivera) … Read More

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