Owner Appealing Heritage Designation Of Morriston Property

The owner of 82 Queen St. is appealing its heritage designation approved by Puslinch council in December 2022 – photo

The heritage designation of a home in Morriston is going to the Ontario Land Tribunal (OLT).

The owner of 82 Queen St. in Morriston, a home built around 1910, is appealing a decision by Puslinch council to designate it as a heritage property.

A notice of appeal stated the subject lands were purchased by the owner in August 2022 with the purpose of pursuing “residential, multi-residential, multi-family and potentially affordable housing development.”

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