Défense du patrimoine

Patrimoine Ottawa oeuvre pour la préservation du patrimoine bâti et des paysages culturels distinctifs d’Ottawa.  Nous prenons la parole pour défendre les biens du patrimoine méritoires qui sont à risque d’intervention inappropriée ou de démolition.

Le Domaine Billings, l’édifice de l’Est du Parlement, le Pavillon Aberdeen sont quelques-unes des propriétés qui ont bénéficié des efforts de défense de Patrimoine Ottawa.

Patrimoine Ottawa entretien des contacts avec le Département du patrimoine de la Ville d’Ottawa et fait régulièrement des présentations au Sous-comité du Patrimoine bâti, le Comité de planification et autres comités de la Ville.

Certaines des activités de défense de Patrimoine Ottawa, incluant des lettres et présentations au Sous-comité du Patrimoine bâti de la Ville, le Comité de planification et le Conseil municipal d’Ottawa sont disponibles sur ce site, ainsi que d’autres documents relatifs à la défense du patrimoine.

CLIQUEZ ICI pour des nouvelles qui concernent l’agrandissement du Château Laurier, et pour exprimer votre opinion.

 

  • STUDENT EXHIBITION continues the discussion of forthcoming Château Laurier addition
    Sunday, December 9, 2018

    HERITAGE OTTAWA

    An exhibition of alternative designs for an addition to the Château Laurier Hotel, created by students of Carleton University's Azrieli School of Architecture and Urbanism,...

  • Today's Letters: Here's why the City of Ottawa must expropriate Somerset House
    Tuesday, November 20, 2018

    OTTAWA CITIZEN | EDITORIAL BOARD, By David Jeanes

    Re: Owner of Somerset House would rather tear it down, build a replica building, Nov. 16, 2018

    So the owner of Somerset House has...

  • Heritage Ottawa Asks the Municipal Candidates Where They Stand on Heritage
    Monday, October 22, 2018

    HERITAGE OTTAWA

    The municipal elections on October 22 provided an opportunity to consider the vital role of heritage places in our urban, suburban and rural environments.

    To see...

  • Heritage Ottawa Supports Stronger Measures to Save Somerset House
    Tuesday, September 18, 2018

    HERITAGE OTTAWA

    In a media release today, Heritage Ottawa expressed support for strong measures being put in place to protect Somerset House from further deterioration.  Located at the...

  • Westboro convent proposal gets planning committee's OK
    Tuesday, August 28, 2018

    CBC NEWS, By Joanne Chianello

    Worried about leaving a former convent in Westboro empty too long, city councillors on Ottawa's planning committee approved a plan Monday to attach a nine-...

  • Flemming: Ottawa needs more robust rules to preserve its heritage buildings
    Saturday, August 4, 2018

    OTTAWA CITIZEN, By David B. Flemming

    The recent partial collapse of the late 19th-century Magee House – a heritage designated building on Wellington Street West – raises the question of how...

  • Development controversy continues as vote goes against plan for former Westboro convent
    Friday, August 3, 2018

    OTTAWA CITIZEN, By Jon Willing

    The old Westboro convent is still at the centre of a development controversy, with the owner on Thursday failing to win approval from the city’s heritage...

  • Heritage Committee rejects developer’s latest bid to repurpose Westboro convent site
    Thursday, August 2, 2018

    GLOBAL NEWS | OTTAWA, By Beatrice Britneff

    The committee that reviews applications to redevelop Ottawa’s heritage properties has rejected Ashcroft Homes’ latest bid to repurpose the site of...

  • Heritage Ottawa to Built Heritage Sub-committee re: Chateau Laurier Addition | JUNE 18, 2018
    Sunday, June 24, 2018

    HERITAGE OTTAWA

    The following text was formally submitted by Heritage Ottawa to the Built Heritage Sub-committee for consideration at its meeting of June 18, 2018. President David Jeanes...

  • Phyllis Lambert to Mayor Jim Watson: Architects of Proposed Château Laurier Addition "Have Not Found a Viable Approach"
    Saturday, June 23, 2018

    HERITAGE OTTAWA

    Architectural visionary Phyllis Lambert, widely considered one of the world's most influential figures in architecture, has written a letter to Mayor Jim Watson to express...

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