The City is holding a meeting on the West Queen West & Parkdale Main Street Planning Study to present draft Official Plan policies. Information on the West Queen West & Parkdale Main Street Heritage Conservation District (HCD) Plans will also be provided at the Open House. We welcome your comments and there will be opportunities to ask questions of City staff.
We will discuss the results of the West Queen West & Parkdale Main Street Planning Study, which spans Queen Street West between Bathurst Street and Roncesvalles Avenue, and provide an update on the heritage survey and HCD Plans.
Date: Thursday October 17, 2019
Time: Open House 5pm – 8pm; Presentation – 6:30pm
Place: 1303 Queen Street West – The Parkdale Library Auditorium
A community meeting was held on Tuesday October 1st to discuss the Runnymede Healthcare Centre Long-Term Care Expansion.
Concerns were heard about the height and massing of the proposal, its effect on parking and traffic for the nearby area, and the effects that construction will have on the neighbourhood.
We also heard that the institute has purchased land at 3434 Dundas St W, and is in conversations with City Planning to assess the viability of using that as offsite parking to ease the parking and traffic load on the surrounding area.
The presentation given by Runnymede Healthcare can be found below:CommunityConsultationPresentationOct1
A pre-application community meeting is being held to discuss plans by applicant Hullmark to amend the zoning bylaw. The proposal does not contain any changes to the current built form.
You are invited to attend this meeting to learn about the proposal details before a formal proposal is submitted. The meeting will include a presentation given by the applicant, as well as a Q&A session chaired by Councillor Perks.
Tuesday, October 8th, 2019
6:30pm – 8:30pm
Auditorium, Lower Level
Parkdale Public Library
1303 Queen St W
A pre-application meeting was held on Monday July 15th at PARC by BSAR Group to show the community their initial idea of developing at 1521 Queen St W. The community saw a proposal for an 8-storey rental building (26m high + an additional 5m mechanical penthouse) with commercial retail on the ground level and with 2 levels of underground parking. The developer estimated that the building would contain 70-75 units of varying sizes.
The community voiced concerns about the height of the building, its effect on traffic and parking in the neighbourhood, and whether any of the units would be considered affordable housing. Some members of the community advocated for a Community Benefits Agreement to be made between the developer and community group representatives. Questions were also raised by the community about the previous actions of the developer in 2015, when 27 people were unlawfully evicted from this building.
The developer has provided the email address firstname.lastname@example.org to answer questions about the proposal. As always, feel free to contact my office if you have any questions or concerns, or wish to be added to the mailing list for this development.
A copy of the presentation can be found here.
A settlement has been reached between the City of Toronto and Propeller Developments Inc., the owner of 421 Roncesvalles Avenue on the Rezoning Application for the site.
A Confidential Staff Report to City Council outlining the settlement agreement was approved at City Council last week.
The settlement permits a five storey office building with retail uses at grade. Given the tall floor to ceiling heights of the existing heritage building on the site and the taller requirements for office uses, the five storey building results in a height of 21.55 to 22 metres, with a mechanical penthouse above. The west, north, and south walls, all of which are identified as heritage attributes, will be retained and a one metre portion of the rear east wall, while not an identified heritage attribute, will also be revealed. Along Roncesvalles Ave, the new portion of the development (floors three to five) will step back at least 3.5 metres from the heritage building below, and along Howard Park Ave, will step back one metre from the heritage building below to reveal the original flat roof, which is also an identified heritage attribute.
The Staff Report and information is available online at: http://app.toronto.ca/tmmis/viewAgendaItemHistory.do?item=2019.CC9.13.
Please feel free to contact my office if you have any questions or to provide comment.
Councillor Gord Perks
A Final Staff Report on the rezoning application of 3385 Dundas St West will be heard at Toronto and East York Community Council (TEYCC) on Tuesday, June 25th after 10 AM.
The rezoning application is to permit a seven-storey (21.5 metres excluding mechanical penthouse; 25 metres including mechanical penthouse), mixed use building comprised of 131 residential rental dwelling units and 368 m2 of non-residential gross floor area at 3385 Dundas St West.
The Final Staff Report is available at: https://bit.ly/2ZlSjXT
This item will be heard on Tuesday, June 25th after 10 AM in Committee Room #1, 2nd floor, Toronto City Hall, 100 Queen St West. You are invited to attend the public meeting to make your views on this proposal known. You may also submit written comments.
If you wish to address the Toronto and East York Community Council in person or in writing, please contact:
City Clerk, TEYCC
Attention: Ellen Devlin, Administrator,
100 Queen St West, 2nd Floor M5H 2N2,
PLEASE SHARE WITH YOUR NEIGHBOURS
City Planning is holding a Public Consultation meeting to review the 2946-2968 Dundas Street West Planning Application. You will have an opportunity to learn more about this application, ask questions and share your comments.
Details are as follows:
Date: Tuesday June 11th 2019
Time: 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Place: West Toronto Baptist Church, 3049 Dundas Street West
The applicant is proposing to amend the Zoning By-Law to permit an 8-storey mixed-use building, consisting of residential and office uses, and street related retail. The proposal will have 102 dwelling units.
If you are unable to attend the meeting, please forward your comments to Tony Lieu, City Planner, email@example.com and/or Councillor Gord Perks, firstname.lastname@example.org .
Gord2946-2968 Dundas Street West_Meeting Notice
Runnymede Healthcare Centre held a meeting on April 25th to show their proposed plans to the neighbourhood. The meeting gathered approximately 70 attendees who voiced their concerns about the building’s height, the parking situation in the area, greenery in the proposal, and the construction process. Below is a copy of the presentation that was given by the applicant at the meeting.
As this was a pre-application meeting, there will be at least one more community meeting held in the future to discuss this proposal. Information about any future meetings will be posted on this website. If you would like to be added to the mailing list for this development please contact my office at email@example.com.RunnymedeCommunityMtgPresentation
An application has been submitted to the City proposing to amend the Zoning By-law at 2946-2968 Dundas Street West to permit an 8-storey mixed use building with 102 residential units, including rental replacement units.
A preliminary report on this application will be prepared by City Planning and heard at Toronto and East York Community Council within the next few months. Details on the Staff Report will be shared as they become available.
Further, a Community Meeting will be held to review the application with local residents. The Community Meeting has been scheduled for June 11th between 7-9pm at West Toronto Baptist Church, 3049 Dundas St West. A formal notice will be distributed closer to the meeting date.
The development proposal for 2442-2454 Bloor St West was scheduled for a Settlement Hearing at the Local Planning Appeal Tribunal (LPAT) on April 23, 2019.
The developer, the City, and all of the other parties to the proceeding have settled the matter. The settlement, approved in principle by the LPAT, results in a 12-storey building.
The City and the applicant jointly requested that the LPAT’s final Order be withheld pending satisfaction of a number of conditions. Those conditions are set out in Appendix A of the Confidential Report from the City Solicitor adopted at the June 2018 meeting of City Council: http://app.toronto.ca/tmmis/viewAgendaItemHistory.do?item=2018.CC43.8
A site plan application has been submitted to City Planning and remains under review. Please let me know if you have any questions or comments on this file.