The National Capital Commission must confirm Tuesday morning signed a lease with the Solidarity Cooperative Moore Farm, for a project to revitalize the facilities of this area located in urban areas, the Taché Boulevard in Hull .
Monday, the NCC, we would not disclose the details of this project. However, it was confirmed that the CEO of the NCC Mark Kristmanson will be present for the signing of a lease with the Coop solidarity Moore Farm, which will be represented by President Sylvain Bertrand and spokesman Claude Sirois .
“The Cooperative of Solidarity Farm Moore presented a credible plan, and the lease is signed tomorrow. I can not say more at the moment “, said the spokesman Cédric Pelletier NCC.
The field of 25 acres was sold to the Canadian government in 1973 by a philanthropist Virginia Parker-Moore, provided that the area remains accessible to the public.
Renovated it a few years through investments of a few million $ by the National Capital Commission (NCC), the Moore Farm had still not found a new vocation.
In October 2013, the NCC commissioned the firm to find Necklaces tenant “exploit, manage and maintain” the historical site.
Several projects have been studied over the years, including that of Agrodor group and a project-oriented sports center. But the NCC had not managed to find a tenant of the premises.
The buildings date from 1910 and include stables, a riding school, an old ice and the residence of caretaker. The team and the arena are heritage buildings recognized by the Review Board Federal Heritage Buildings.