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The City of Charlottetown has accepted 2.1 acres of land as parkland for the Mackay subdivision that corners St. Peters Road and MacRae Drive.
The parkland is located within the buffer zone where development is not permitted.
According to the surveyor, the overall size of the property is 12.6 acres, which includes the parkland and about 10.5 acres of remaining land of MacKay Construction Ltd.
The proposed parkland of 2.1 acres is larger than required but the MacKay landowners (developers) agrees with this proposed dedication.