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Chelsea Gardens

A new proposed development will add approximately 200 new affordable housing units in Brampton.

To provide residents and stakeholders in the area with the information about the upcoming proposed Chelsea Gardens development, we’re currently holding informal public consultations. These meetings will provide more information, answer questions, and discuss the proposed development.

The Official Plan Amendment and Zoning Bylaw Amendment applications are expected to be submitted to the City of Brampton in early 2022. We look forward to your support for this exciting project.

The building

Chelsea Gardens is located at 4 and 10 Knightsbridge in ward 7 in Brampton, near the intersection of Queen Street and Central Park Drive.

Chelsea Gardens is close to:

It is also walking distance to local parks, including Knightsbridge Park, Clark Park, Fallingdale Park, and Chinguacousy Park.

The vision

Chelsea Gardens is a project included in Peel Region's Housing Master Plan. This long-term capital infrastructure plan guides how we’ll create more affordable housing in Peel.

Chelsea Gardens has proven to be a favorable site because of its location, access to transit and other services. Currently, Chelsea Gardens is a 250-unit Peel Housing Corporation residential development made up of 2 apartment buildings,13 storeys each.

The new development would involve adding a third apartment building at the location, up to 20 storeys in height. The new tower will have approximately 200 units, with a total of approximately 450 units at Chelsea Gardens.


January 2022: The Region of Peel hosts an informal community consultation with our planning consultants.

May 2021: Begin process to secure planning approvals.

Contact us

Email affordable housing development for more information about the planning and development of our projects.