Lincoln Fields Secondary Plan
RioCan is in the midst of a major redevelopment project at Lincoln Fields Mall. This redevelopment prompted surrounding community associations, including the LHPCA, to call for the City to develop a Secondary Plan for this area. With the new LRT development and intensification, we felt it was necessary to have a coordinated view of how this area of the city will evolve.
According to the City of Ottawa: “The purpose of this study is to prepare a Secondary Plan to guide future development in the Lincoln Fields Station Area that compliments the City’s newly adopted Official Plan. The main objective of the study and the secondary plan is to facilitate a more urbanized place that helps meet the City’s intensification targets and strategically locate density in proximity to the future Lincoln Fields O-Train Station.”
Find all the information here: Lincoln Fields Station Secondary Plan
Opportunities for engagement and related documents can be found here: https://engage.ottawa.ca/lincoln-fields-secondary-plan
Lincoln Fields mall redevelopment
On August 18, 2022, RioCan presented preliminary design concepts for the Lincoln Heights mall site to representatives of area community associations. The plan evolves over 30 years and will see the creation of 3500 units at 2525 Carling, with some building heights exceeding 30 storeys.
The plan features greenspace for a public park and a vision to create a Main Street feel along Richmond road with street-facing commercial space, such as restaurants and patios.
A public meeting will be scheduled after the municipal election. The City and the developer want input about amenities you want to see at the site. Use the following link to ask questions and make comments about the site: https://engage.ottawa.ca/lincoln-fields-secondary-plan.
Tip: Under Stay Informed at the lower right of the Engage Ottawa web page, use your email address to subscribe for City updates about the Lincoln Fields Secondary plan.
- Egan: In whole or in part Lincoln Fields on the demolition block
- RioCan asks residents what they want to see at Lincoln Fields
- RioCan presents concept drawings for Lincoln Fields over time
- Neighbours imagine a more walkable future for Lincoln Fields