2018-2019 Long Term Accommodation Plan - Draft
The 2018-2019 LTAP Draft provides projections for the years 2019 to 2028 for each Elementary and Secondary Review Area (ERA and SRA) and individual schools. It also identifies new capital project initiatives for the Board from 2019/2020 to 2022/2023 in preparation for any potential updates as required by the Ministry of Education for the Capital Priorities funding requests.
The 2018-2019 LTAP Draft was presented to the Committee of the Whole on April 10, 2019. On May 15, 2019 the 2018-2019 LTAP will be presented to the Board for information.
The Board Report (Report 19060) outlines enrolment concerns including schools that are either over or underutilized, where issues are raised, the data informs the Board on decisions for boundary reviews, new school construction and potential Program and Accommodation Reviews.
Before the LTAP is approved by the Board, parents and guardians as well as the wider public will be invited to provide feedback on the document from April 11 - May 2, 2019.
Once the online feedback is collected, staff will report back to Trustees wtih the results on May 15, 2019.
What is a Long Term Accommodation Plan?
A Long Term Accommodation Plan (LTAP) is an annually reviewed planning document produced by the Halton District School Board that provides enrolment projections and guides accommodation planning for a 10-year period. The LTAP also identifies accommodation pressures resulting from these projected enrolments and proposes strategies to address them.
The basis of this plan is to identify new capital project initiatives for the Board over the next four years, in preparation for Capital Priorities funding requests through the Ministry of Education. The Ministry launched the 2017 Capital Priorities program on June 12, 2017, through Memorandum 2017:B7 Request for Capital Priorities Project Funding Submissions. Proposed capital project initiatives identified by Board staff are listed in the Capital Project Initiatives section of the 2018-2019 LTAP.
It also provides an opportunity to identify boundary studies and to address accommodation pressures due to new residential development, changing demographics, and program pressures.
Please note that the documents provided below may not be available in an accessible format. If you require assistance, please contact the Planning Department.
Documents and Resources
2018-2019 LTAP Draft – Entire Document
2018-2019 LTAP Presentation (April 10, 2019)
Board Report (Report 19060)
Enrolment and Boundary Issues Summary by Municipality
Capital Project Initiatives
Frequently Asked Questions
Glossary of Terms
The projections in the LTAP are a reflection of enrolment trends to be expected for a review area, school and program based on socioeconomic and demographic factors. Projections provide an indication of the vitality of the school in years to come as well as identify any enrolment issues.
To produce a long range projection, information regarding existing school communities, new growth from development and Junior Kindergarten projections are calculated separately, and then integrated. Census data is provided in the LTAP for reference only and is not used in producing enrolment projections. Further details can be found within the LTAP or in the Projection Methodology PowerPoint presentation.
The Long Term Accommodation Plan (LTAP) is divided into four sections based on municipality. These sections contain information on individual elementary and secondary review areas (ERAs and SRAs), such as trends, developmental information, enrolment pressures, historical and projected enrolment, and utilization rates. In addition, feeder school lists, and available Regional Programs and Special Education Programs/Placements are also provided. The sections are provided below based on municipality.
A summary of enrolment and boundary issues in each municipality is provided in the Enrolment and Boundary Issues section of the 2018-2019 LTAP. This shows the utilization in 2018 as well as projected utilization from 2019 to 2023.
Some of the documents posted on this page may not be read with certain assistive devices. If you have any questions, please see the Frequently Asked Questions or contact the Planning Department for assistance.
Past Long Term Accommodation Plans
2017-2018 Long Term Accommodation Plan
2016-2017 Long Term Accommodation Plan
2015-2016 Long Term Accommodation Plan2014-2015 Long Term Accommodation Plan
2013-2014 Long Term Accommodation Plan
2012-2013 Long Term Accommodation Plan
2011-2012 Long Term Accommodation Plan
2010-2011 Long Term Accommodation Plan
2009 Long Term Accommodation Plan
2008-2013 Long Term Accommodation Plan
2007-2011 Capital Plan Update
2006 Capital Plan
2002 Capital Strategic Plan Update
Community Planning and Partnerships
School Boundary Reviews
Program and Accommodation Reviews