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REPORT TO:Community & Infrastructure Services Committee <br />DATE OF MEETING:September 10, 2018 <br />SUBMITTED BY:Alain Pinard, Director of Planning, 519-741-2200 ext. 7319 <br />PREPARED BY:Natalie Goss, Senior Planner <br />WARD(S) INVOLVED:ALL <br />DATE OF REPORT:August 27, 2018 <br />REPORT NO.:DSD-18-077 <br />SUBJECT:Kitchener Growth Management Strategy 2018 Annual Monitoring <br />Report <br />RECOMMENDATION: <br />That Report DSD-18-077 Kitchener Growth Management Strategy 2018 Annual Monitoring <br />Report be received and submitted to the Regional Municipality of Waterloo in fulfillment <br />of Clause 22.1 of the Administrative Agreement between the City of Kitchener and the <br />Region regarding delegated approval authority. <br />BACKGROUND: <br />The purpose of this report is to provide Committee and Council with the Kitchener Growth <br />Management Strategy 2018Annual Monitoring Report (Monitoring Report). The Monitoring <br />Report is an actionitem of the 2009 Kitchener Growth Management Strategy (KGMS), which <br />requires tracking of the general supply of land and the achievement of intensification and density <br />targets on an annual basis. <br />REPORT: <br />The KGMS provides a long-term framework for planning where and how future residential and <br />employment growth should occur in Kitchener. To ensure that growth contributes positively to <br />our quality of life, the KGMS coordinates the provision of infrastructure and services with new <br />development. The KGMS goals <br />Greater Golden Horseshoe (Growth Plan) and Regional Growth Management Strategy (RGMS). <br />The KGMS introduced a number of goals, one of which was to develop and facilitate an ongoing <br />growth management program to manage growth-related change in an effective and co-ordinated <br />manner (Goal 6). One of the action items of this goal is to prepare an annual monitoring report <br />to track the supply of development opportunities and the achievement of intensification and <br />density targets. Monitoring reports have been prepared annually since 2010. <br />*** This information is available in accessible formats upon request.*** <br />Please call 519-741-2345 or TTY 1-866-969-9994 for assistance. <br /> <br />3 - 1 <br />