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These updates are from 2019. Due to COVID-19, updates have been paused.


Plan and Manage Growth

Desired outcome: Increased ability for growth to pay for growth (no growth related debt by 2041).

Measurement: A reduction in the annual gap between projected Development Charge (DC) revenues and expenditures.

Growth Debt Level

In 2018, we achieved a reduction of $724 million to the cost revenue gap.


Effective planning plays a key part in helping ensure that the expected population and employment growth in Peel over the next 25 years is sustainable, healthy, economical and supports prosperity.

The Region’s planned revenue from development has not been realized, largely due to under-performance of the non-residential sector, and lower than expected high-density residential growth.

It is anticipated that Peel Region could grow by an additional 500,000 people and 250,000 jobs by 2041. The Region will need to closely monitor and manage the financial risk inherent with investing in long-term infrastructure prior to population and employment growth being actualized.

Over the last four years, we: