ClubLink has made the business decision to pursue options for an alternative use of the Kanata Golf & Country Club lands.
Across Canada, participation levels have declined and people are playing less golf, while operating costs continue to rise. Kanata Golf has felt the pressure of these trends.
ClubLink has partnered with Minto Communities and Richcraft Homes, two reputable developers with a long history of building vibrant residential communities, to assist with community engagement and redevelopment plans for the property.
This is an opportunity to reimagine these lands and develop a plan that reflects both the community’s values and needs. This could include much-needed new housing for families and more functional, high-quality public green spaces, available year-round.
We look forward to your input—it will shape what this plan might look like.
This news is likely to prompt many questions, and we don’t have all of the answers just yet, but we commit to being open and transparent as the project evolves.
Stay tuned for more information about the project and opportunities to contribute your perspective and ideas to the planning process.
Please share your contact information if you are interested in receiving updates or participating in upcoming community conversations about the future of the Kanata Golf lands.
Frequently Asked Questions
What work is happening on site?
Some preliminary site investigation work is taking place on the property. This involves a survey team and equipment taking ground samples. The work is being conducted in a phased manner throughout the property and in clearly marked areas. We would appreciate residents avoiding these areas while equipment and workers are present.
Why are trees being removed from the property?
The trees being removed from the property are infested with ash borer beetle. This is an important maintenance activity to protect other trees on the property and for safety reasons. This work is being done under the supervision of a registered arborist.