Vaughan council approves proposal to develop former Board of Trade golf course

The application by Clubhouse Development Inc. has been approved on Nov. 30 by Vaughan council after at least four years of “passionate” pleas by some residents to stop an infill project on a golf course.

The application, which dates back as far as 2017, was previously met with furious uproar from residents who rejected what they called a “massive infill” bid.

In 2017, a group called Keep Vaughan Green was formed in reaction to Clubhouse’s bid after it acquired the 290-acre Country Club golf course in the rolling hills of the Humber Valley in the same year.

Dina Al-Shibeeb has more HERE for YORKREGION.COM.

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