Flato looking for input on affordable housing, purpose-built rentals

By Lindsay Advocate

Shakir Rehmatullah, president and founder of FLATO Developments.

Join Shakir Rehmatullah, president and founder of FLATO Developments, and his team for an in-person community engagement meeting on Tuesday Nov. 23 from 4-8 p.m at The Pie Eyed Monk, Lindsay.

This will be an opportunity to gather input from the community around design, amenities and what they feel is important specific to affordable housing and purpose-built rentals for seniors in East Lindsay.

FLATO is committed to working with municipal officials, the community, and various stakeholders “as we bring our vision to life in a vibrant area with a rich history.”

“We are community builders who believe in creating master planned communities that serve the needs of everyone, and we are proud to be a part of the Kawartha Lakes community.”

This is a drop-in event. Food and refreshments will be available.

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