Six Nations makes final agreement on Caledonia housing development
Six Nations Elected Council announced they have arrived at a final agreement with and McClung Properties for the Avalon Development in Caledonia.
Council said in a written statement that a third of the lands, about 180 acres, will be dedicated to the protection of environmental areas and park space.
The Benefits agreement includes the contribution of 200 acres to the Six Nations of the Grand River by McClung. In addition, there will be employment opportunities in home construction trades, from landscaping to framing, and environmental and cultural heritage features will be protected over the entire project area.
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