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Bramalea is a neighbourhood in the City of Brampton, Ontario, Canada. Bramalea was created as an innovative "new town", and developed as a separate community from the city. Located in the former Chinguacousy Township, it was Canada's first satellite community developed by one of the country's largest real estate developers, Bramalea Consolidated Developments (later Bramalea Limited), formerly known as Brampton Leasing.
Each phase of the new city was built with progressing first letters of street names. Development started with the "A" section, with street names like Argyle, Avondale, and Aloma.
Then a "B" section was created, "C" section, and so forth. Eventually development reached the M-, N- and P-sections south of Bovaird Drive. Most incorporated local schools, greenspace and pathways.
The Zero Lot Line housing concept was pioneered in the G- and H-sections ("
The Villages of Central Park"), in an affordable housing joint venture between developers and the Ontario Government called the Home Ownership Made Easy ("HOME") project.
The downtown area centrepiece was the Civic Centre, which included the township's council chamber, a library, live stage theatre, fire dispatch control centre, post office, and the fledgling Rogers Cable community production centre.
This building was funded and built by Bramalea's agreement to maintain a particular balance of residential/industrial taxation base.
In default, and in lieu of cash payment, Bramalea offered the Civic Centre as recompense.
The township accepted.
Sources: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bramalea,_Ontario, https://bramaleacitycentre.ca/