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Brockton Adopts Walkerton’s Service Plan

Brockton | by Robyn Garvey  

The plan also includes a master pond which will collect the storm water from the site.

With only 15 acres of serviced land left within the East Ridge Business Park, Mayor Chris Peabody says the Master Service Plan will open up the remaining 85 acres of land for development.

The Master Service Plan which is now in the final design phase provides Brockton with an East Ridge servicing layout map indicating where the roads, water, sewer and utility services will be located.

The plan also includes a master pond which will collect the storm water from the site.

The 435 thousand dollar pond says Peabody will prove cost effective over the long run and will eliminate the need for each individual lot to have its own storm water plan.

Peabody says there is a lot of interest in Walkerton's East Ridge Business Park and with only about 15 acres of serviced land left, it is time for Brockton to move forward with plans to service the remaining 85 acres of industrial land.

The Master Service Plan says Peabody is the first step to the next phase of development.

He says in order to attract industry and business to the East Ridge Business Park the land needs to be serviced and ready to go.

The East Ridge Business Park boast 185 acres in total (75 hectares). There is only 85 acres left to service.

 

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