35 Wabash Avenue Application

Posted on October 30, 2015

Friends,

 

The Preliminary Staff Report responding to the rezoning application of 35 Wabash Avenue will be reviewed at Toronto and East York Community Council on Tuesday, November 10, 2015.  http://app.toronto.ca/tmmis/viewAgendaItemHistory.do?item=2015.TE12.33

 

The rezoning application proposes to amend the City’s Zoning By-laws with a 4-storey apartment building containing 62 dwelling units and 65 vehicle parking spaces in one underground level at 35 Wabash Avenue.

 

Information on the application is available on-line at: http://app.toronto.ca/DevelopmentApplications/associatedApplicationsList.do?action=init&folderRsn=3792517&isCofASearch=false, Supporting Documentation.

 

The Staff Report recommends a community consultation meeting. City Planning and other city departments will have their comments on this application available at the community meeting. The meeting will likely be scheduled for January, 2016.

 

City Planning staff will be notifying neighbouring residents. My office will be providing general notice throughout Ward 14. If you wish to be added to the email blast list for this application, please send an email to my office at councillor_perks@toronto.ca, with subject line 35 Wabash Avenue email list.

 

Gord

Councillor Gord Perks

Parkdale/High Park- Ward 14

www.gordperks.ca

The Toronto Municipal Code, 140-10 provides: ‘No person shall lobby a public office holder without being registered as required under Articles 11, 111, or 1V, unless otherwise exempted under this chapter.” For more information about the City’s lobbyist registration requirements and how to register, please contact the Office of the Lobbyist Registrar at 416-338-5858, lobbyistregistrar@toronto.ca, www.toronto.ca/lobbying

422-436 Roncesvalles Avenue Application

Posted on October 30, 2015

Friends,

 

The Preliminary Staff Report responding to the rezoning application of 422-436 Roncesvalles Avenue will be reviewed at Toronto and East York Community Council on Tuesday, November 10, 2015.  http://app.toronto.ca/tmmis/viewAgendaItemHistory.do?item=2015.TE12.32

 

The rezoning application proposes to redevelop the site currently occupied by a two-storey funeral parlour and two, two-storey commercial buildings with an eight-storey mixed-use building containing 93 residential units and six grade-related townhouses fronting a private driveway accessible via Howard Park Avenue.  A total of 77 parking spaces will be provided in two levels below grade, including six visitor spaces.  The mixed-use building will have a height of 25.7 metres (29.5 to the top of the mechanical penthouse) and the townhouse buildings will have a height of 15.28 metres.

 

Information on the application is available on-line at: http://app.toronto.ca/DevelopmentApplications/associatedApplicationsList.do?action=init&folderRsn=3816210&isCofASearch=false, Supporting Documentation.

 

The Staff Report recommends a community consultation meeting. City Planning and other city departments will have their comments on this application available at the community meeting.

 

The meeting will likely be scheduled for January/February, 2016. City Planning staff will be notifying neighbouring residents. My office will be providing general notice throughout Ward 14. If you wish to be added to the email blast list for this application, please send an email to my office at councillor_perks@toronto.ca, with subject line 422-30 Roncesvalles Avenue Street email list.

 

Gord

 

Councillor Gord Perks

Parkdale/High Park- Ward 14

www.gordperks.ca

 

The Toronto Municipal Code, 140-10 provides: ‘No person shall lobby a public office holder without being registered as required under Articles 11, 111, or 1V, unless otherwise exempted under this chapter.” For more information about the City’s lobbyist registration requirements and how to register, please contact the Office of the Lobbyist Registrar at 416-338-5858, lobbyistregistrar@toronto.ca, www.toronto.ca/lobbying

 

 

City of Toronto Tenant Rights

Posted on October 30, 2015

In order to ensure that tenants know who they can contact if property standards are not being met, Municipal Licensing and Standards has created a public education campaign which will launch next week. To view this campaign, please go to: www.toronto.ca/rentalrights .

Other components of the campaign include: advertising in newspapers (English and multilingual), online, TTC interiors, street level posters (convenience stores, etc), elevators in apartment buildings, a Tenant Rights 101 public education piece and more.

Renting in Toronto 101

Hundreds of thousands of people rent their homes in Toronto. Every person living in rental accommodation has the right to expect that property standards are met. Property standards are the minimum standards to which a property is maintained.

The City’s Municipal Licensing and Standards division enforces property standards throughout Toronto.

If you have issues with the physical condition of the property that you are renting (taps that don’t work, heat isn’t working, broken window), talk to your landlord first. If things don’t improve, call 311.

Residents should communicate with their superintendent/landlord first. If the issues are not addressed in a timely manner, you should contact 311.

Landlords and property managers have a responsibility to ensure that they comply with City bylaws.

Renters have a responsibility to pay their rent and maintain their unit.

Renting in Toronto? Know your rights. Know your responsibilities.

You have a right to live:
• In a home that is clean, safe and secure.
• With adequate heat, lighting and plumbing.

You have a responsibility to:
• Take care of your unit and be respectful of shared space.
• Allow your landlord to maintain your unit.

Need help? Call or email 311@toronto.ca

1182 and 1221 King Street West Application

Posted on October 30, 2015

The Preliminary Staff Report responding to the rezoning application of 1182 and 1221 King Street West will be reviewed at Toronto and East York Community Council on Tuesday, November 10, 2015.

http://app.toronto.ca/tmmis/viewAgendaItemHistory.do?item=2015.TE12.31

 

The rezoning application proposes to amend the City’s Official Plan and Zoning By-laws with a 21-storey residential building (73 m) with retail at grade and 448 residential units at 1182 King Street West and a 19-storey building (67 m) with retail at grade and 301 residential units at 1221 King Street West, located on opposite sides of the Dufferin/King intersection.

Information on the application is available on-line at: http://app.toronto.ca/DevelopmentApplications/associatedApplicationsList.do?action=init&folderRsn=3790808&isCofASearch=false , under Supporting Documentation.

The Staff Report recommends a community consultation meeting.  City Planning and other city departments will have their comments on this application available at the community meeting.

 

The meeting will likely be scheduled for January, 2016. City Planning staff will be notifying neighbouring residents. My office will be providing general notice throughout Ward 14. If you wish to be added to the email blast list for this application, please send an email to my office at councillor_perks@toronto.ca, with subject line 1182-1221 King Street email list.

 

Gord

 

Councillor Gord Perks

Parkdale/High Park- Ward 14

www.gordperks.ca

 

The Toronto Municipal Code, 140-10 provides: ‘No person shall lobby a public office holder without being registered as required under Articles 11, 111, or 1V, unless otherwise exempted under this chapter.” For more information about the City’s lobbyist registration requirements and how to register, please contact the Office of the Lobbyist Registrar at 416-338

 

 

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