Properties no longer required for use by the Halifax Regional Municipality may be declared surplus by Regional Council and disposed of in accordance with the Policy Administrative Order 50, Community Interest Category. Community Interest properties are those known to have potential for community use where:
- there has been a prior community or institutional use of the property
- by location or scarcity of available property the consideration for community use would reasonably arise
PUBLIC INFORMATION MEETING
(Administrative Order 50 Respecting the Disposal of Surplus Real Property)
Proposed Sale of Surplus Property: Community Interest Category
Halifax Regional Municipality invites interested members of the public and non-profit organizations to an Information Meeting regarding the opportunity for registered non-profit organizations and charities to submit a proposal to acquire one or more of the following surplus municipal properties for purposes that benefit the community or the Municipality:
• 64 True North Crescent, Dartmouth. PID 40414187, 21,504.03 sq. ft.
• 67 True North Crescent, Dartmouth. PID 40414161, 19,268.69 sq. ft.
• 80 True North Crescent, Dartmouth. PID 40414179, 25,391.40 sq. ft.
• 91 True North Crescent, Dartmouth. PID 40414146, 12,681.82 sq. ft.
Note: All properties are vacant lots.
Time: The meeting will be held at the Dartmouth Community Food Centre from 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm.
Location: 6 Primrose Street Unit 140, Dartmouth.
Date: Thursday, January 23, 2020.
Attendance is voluntary. For those unable to attend the meeting a copy of the staff presentation will be posted online. Following the Public Information Meeting a formal Call for Submissions will be issued in accordance with Administrative Order 50. For more information visit:
www.halifax.ca/business/doing-business-halifax/community-interest-surplus-properties-disposal or e-mail: AO50@halifax.ca
Sale of Surplus Property: Community Interest Guidebook
Call for Submissions/Application
Staff Evaluation Guidelines
All inquiries should be directed to AO50@Halifax.ca
All submissions should be clearly labelled Call for Submissions with the civic address of the property for which the application is made and submitted in an envelope marked “private and confidential.” Late submissions will not be considered. Deliver your application:
Proposals may be mailed to Halifax Regional Municipality, PO Box 1749, Halifax, Nova Scotia, B3J 3A5 or delivered to: Grants and Contributions, HRM Finance & Asset Management, c/o HRM Customer Service Centre, 1st floor, 40 Alderney Drive, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia.
Grants and Contributions
HRM Finance & Asset Management
c/o HRM Customer Service Centre
1st floor, 40 Alderney Drive
Dartmouth, Nova Scotia