A public meeting held in Georgian Bluffs regarding the development of a 33 unit subdivision in Kilsyth brought little backlash Wednesday night.
Council chambers were packed to hear the details from the developer of the proposed project, Barry Kruisselbrink.
No oral submissions were given against the development at the meeting and only a handful of responses had been submitted in written form.
There are still a couple hurdles to get through before work can begin, however.
The area of road along where the subdivision is being built must still be widened and council must re-designate the land to residential development lands.
Mayor Dwight Burley believes that Kilsyth is an ideal spot for such a build.
"Kilsyth is a prime hamlet, it is meant to grow with new houses," he says.
Council also hopes to see some parks developed alongside the residential units.
The hope is to add a park adjacent to the current community centre lands that would allow access to both from one another.