OCETA (Ontario Centre for Environmental Technology Advancement), in collaboration with the Province of Ontario and the Canadian Petroleum Products Institute, is presenting a half-day workshop on September 23, 2009, hosted by the City of Greater Sudbury.
This workshop is the second in a series of match-making events focusing on creating economic opportunities through the application of the Redevelopment Framework for Former Service Stations. The objective of which is to accelerate the redevelopment of former service stations by providing a clear, transparent, and use-friendly framework. The seminar is designed for municipalities, associations, developers, builders, property owners, realtors, financial institutions, consultants as well as service station owners in the province of Ontario who are interested in the redevelopment of former service station sites.
It will also provide a chance to connect with other stakeholders; understand how to create economic development opportunities; learn about how to apply the redevelopment framework for former service stations; and to find out about best practices, tools and resources to assist you with redeveloping former service stations in your community.
The workshop will take place at the Sudbury Holiday Inn (in the afternoon, following the Northeastern Planning Authorities Technical Workshop) on September 23 between 12:00 – 5:00 p.m. at the Holiday Inn, 16969 Regent Street in Sudbury, Ontario and will cost $25 to attend. Go to http://www.oceta.on.ca/workshops/Sudbury/Registration.asp to register or call Joanna Hickling (OCETA) at (905) 822-4133 x237 for more information.