Tag Archives: Hanlon Creek Business Park

Raymond James Ltd. confirmed as new building owner in Hanlon Creek Business Park

September 30, 2013

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GUELPH, ON, September 30, 2013 – It has been confirmed that investment firm Raymond James Ltd. will occupy a planned 5,000 sq ft building on recently purchased land in the Hanlon Creek Business Park. “I am happy to welcome Raymond James to its new home in the Hanlon Creek Business Park,’ says Mayor Karen Farbridge. […]

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Welcome to Guelph Wurth Canada!

June 6, 2013

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I was happy to participate at the Wurth Canada Limited Groundbreaking ceremony today. These are my speaking notes for the event:  I am very happy to be here today!  Welcome Mr. Ernie Sweeny, President and CEO of Wurth Canada Limited, and your entire team to Guelph.  We are very proud to be welcoming a division […]

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Council’s Role and Record – Planning and Development – 2

February 19, 2012

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The report heading to committee week describes at a high level the scope of the administrative review underway: For the most part, there are four City service areas that are usually involved in responding to private business investment opportunities.  They are Economic Development (through its business attraction, retention and coordination efforts), Planning Services (through the development […]

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100+ jobs coming to Hanlon Creek Business Park

October 6, 2011

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Würth Canada has announced it’s bringing its head office and distribution facility to Guelph, locating at the Hanlon Creek Business Park. This will bring more than 100 jobs to Guelph. It’s great news that Guelph is attracting more jobs to maintain our low unemployment rate. Attracting new businesses means new local jobs, new investment flowing […]

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Sale of Land in Hanlon Creek Business Park

March 2, 2011

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Sale of City owned land to Guelph Land Holdings Inc. (GLHI) closed yesterday and the City received an adjusted payment of $5,259,205.61. This amount represents the negotiated purchase price of the land less the cost to purchase fill material from Cooper for Phase 1 of the Hanlon Creek Business Park. The total acreage sold to […]

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Sod Turning for Hanlon Creek Business Park

October 29, 2009

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Tonight, we did a sod-turning for the Hanlon Creek Business.  Servicing will begin next month and continue through the winter.  Servicing close to the environmentally-sensitive areas will not occur until we complete addtional monitoring in collaboration with the Ministry of Natural Resources. These are my speaking notes for the event: Good evening everyone, and thank […]

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Justice grants City injunction to end occupation of Hanlon Creek Business Park lands

August 13, 2009

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Click here to read the news release. As a courtesy, the occupiers have been advised that they have until noon tomorrow (Friday) to leave the site.

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MNR and Hanlon Creek Business Park

August 12, 2009

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There has been some concern in the community about the Ministry of Natural Resources’ position about the Hanlon Creek Business Park, stemming from coverage of the injunction hearing and a July 31st letter from MNR requesting further study on the Jefferson salamander habitat. In response to the letter, the City met with MNR on August […]

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Myths and facts about Hanlon Creek Business Park

August 7, 2009

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I have been hearing many misconceptions about this project. Here are some of the facts. MYTH: The project will destroy an old-growth forest. FACT: The heritage (what is incorrectly being referred to as old growth) grove of trees is excluded from development and is being protected, with the exception of two trees that are not in […]

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Hanlon Creek Business Park

July 29, 2009

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This is a letter I have provided in response to concerns about the Hanlon Creek Business Park development: Hanlon Creek Business Park Guelph City Council and the Grand River Conservation Authority have given final approval for the Hanlon Creek Business Park to proceed based on the following key considerations: Protection of the old growth forest […]

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