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.

Veuillez noter que les lettres, documents et autres pages qui suivent sont disponibles en anglais seulement.

  • Re: Severance of Land at Central Experimental Farm for a New Civic Hospital Campus
    Tuesday, April 21, 2015

    Heritage Ottawa continues to advocate on behalf of the Central Experimental Farm. Here is a brief report of our recent actions.

    In December 2014, Heritage Ottawa wrote to Dr. Jack Kitts,...

  • Re: Mandate of Built Heritage Sub-Committee
    Thursday, April 9, 2015

    The following submission was made by Heritage Ottawa to the Built Heritage Subcommittee on April 9, 2015.

     

    9 April 2015

    Heritage Ottawa to Built Heritage Sub-Committee (BHSC...

  • Heritage Ottawa Submission to Planning Committee Re: 2015 Draft Operating and Capital Budget
    Tuesday, February 24, 2015

    Re: 2015 Draft Operating and Capital Budget - 2015.02.24 -  Agenda Item 10 

    For more than 40 years Heritage Ottawa volunteers have worked with City Council and staff, community associations...

  • Concerns For The Future of the Central Experimental Farm
    Sunday, February 15, 2015

    HERITAGE OTTAWA, By Leslie Maitland

    The recent announcement that 60 acres will be severed from the Central Experimental Farm (CEF) raises serious concerns for the future of this culturally...

  • Ottawa Landmark Heads for Designation
    Saturday, February 14, 2015

    HERITAGE OTTAWA, By Leslie Maitland

    ​The Built Heritage Sub-Committee (BHSC) has recommended the designation of St. Anne's Rectory, located at 17 Myrand Street in Lowertown, under Part IV...

  • A Better Location for Memorial to the Victims of Communism
    Monday, February 9, 2015

    HERITAGE OTTAWA, By Leslie Maitland

    Heritage Ottawa supports the position of the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada (RAIC) that the proposed Memorial to the Victims of Communism be...

  • OMB Ruling on Sandy Hill Project Reveals Need for Change
    Friday, February 6, 2015

    HERITAGE OTTAWA, By Leslie Maitland

    The recent OMB ruling in favour of a developer's proposal to build new student housing in Sandy HIll points to certain weaknesses in our city's heritage...

  • New Term of Council Begins for Built Heritage Sub-Committee
    Tuesday, January 13, 2015

    HERITAGE OTTAWA, By Leslie Maitland

    Today marked the first meeting of the newly-constituted Built Heritge Sub-Committee (BHSC). The purpose of this Committee is to consider City staff...

  • City Staff Support Proposed Alterations to Charles Billings House
    Thursday, January 8, 2015

    OTTAWA CITIZEN, By Matthew Pearson

    City staff are recommending that the Built Heritage Subcommittee approve an application to alter an historic home in Alta Vista, despite concerns from...

  • Changes to Built Heritage Sub-Committee Proposed for Next Term
    Thursday, November 27, 2014

    By Leslie Maitland, Heritage Ottawa

    Yesterday the City announced its 2014-2018 Council Governance Review.

    Now, before your eyelids start to get heavy, it’s worth putting on that pot...

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