Public Notice

Restoration of a 19th Century Barn at 200 Moodie Drive, Ottawa, Ontario – Public Comments Invited

May 10, 2022 The National Capital Commission must determine whether the proposed restoration of a 19th century barn at 200 Moodie Drive Ottawa, Ontario is likely to cause significant adverse environmental effects in 19th century compliance with sections 81-91 of the Impact Assessment Act and the National Capital Act.

To help inform this determination, the National Capital Commission is inviting comments from the public respecting that determination. It is important to note that all comments received will be considered public. For more information, individual should consult the Privacy Notice on the Registry website.

Written comments for this project must be submitted within 30 days of the date of this posting, referencing project name and registry number:

By email: IA-EI@ncc-ccn.ca

 

By mail: Environmental Officer, Environmental Assessment group

40 Elgin, 5th floor

Ottawa, ON, Canada

K1P 1C7

 

The National Capital Commission thanks you for your comments, which will be considered in the project determination. Please note that responses may not be provided.

 

 

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Email: info@ncc-ccn.ca

Telephone: 613-239-5000 or 1-800-465-1867 (toll-free)

TTY: 613-239-5090 or 1-866-661-3530 (toll-free)

www.ncc-ccn.ca

 

The Proposed Project

As part of a restoration project, the National Capital Commission (NCC) intends to restore a 19th century barn located at 200 Moodie Drive in Ottawa, Ontario. The project is needed to stabilize and preserve the barn.

The proposed project would take place on leased lands owned by the NCC.

The restoration work consists of strengthening structural beams and repairing the foundation. Metal L brackets would be installed to strengthen existing structural beams. The foundation would be repointed using material similar to the existing material in the foundation. To complete the foundation repairs, the soil surrounding the foundation would also be excavated at a depth of two feet by two feet from the foundation wall.

The construction area will be accessed with light duty machines and equipment. For safety reasons, all work areas will be fenced. The construction is set to begin fall 2022 and complete by winter 2022. Construction work will abide by all municipal by-laws including noise.

No trees will be impacted by the work. All excavation activities would be monitored by an NCC archaeologist.

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