March 5, 2018 – Norfolk County has approved Dr. Kal Jumaily for a project under the Environmental Site Assessment Program of the Community Improvement Plan (CIP).
Dr. Jumaily will receive a grant of up to $15,000 to conduct an environmental study on the property located at 68 King St., Delhi which is slated for development.
Incentives are available from Norfolk County for architectural design, environmental site assessment, structural improvements, building facades, agricultural building and facilities, residential conversions and rehabilitation, landscaping, signage and property improvement.
Depending on the program, non-residential projects are eligible for incentives that apply to properties in urban, hamlet, lakeshore and agricultural areas.
Community Improvement Plans help municipalities target areas in transition or in need of repair, rehabilitation and redevelopment, and stimulate private sector investment through municipal incentive-based programs.
Information about CIP incentives is available at www.norfolkbusiness.ca, phone 519-426-5870 ext 1264 or email email@example.com.