Parkdale Main Street Heritage Conservation District – Community Consultation Meeting

City Planning is hosting a Community Consultation Meeting on April 20th at 6:00pm to seek community input and feedback on the draft Parkdale Main Street Heritage Conservation District (HCD) Plan in advance of a staff report proceeding to the Toronto Preservation Board and Council in June. The Parkdale Main Street District includes all properties fronting… Continue reading Parkdale Main Street Heritage Conservation District – Community Consultation Meeting

Planners in Public Spaces in the Roncesvalles Peace Garden

Mark your calendar. Planners in Public Spaces (PiPS) will be located in the Roncesvalles Peace Garden, at the intersection of Roncesvalles and Dundas on Tuesday, June 20, 2017 from 5-8PM to hear from the public on the Roncesvalles Dundas Planning Study. Please feel free to drop by for a chat! ABOUT PiPS Planners in Public… Continue reading Planners in Public Spaces in the Roncesvalles Peace Garden

Open House – Proposed revision to the Affordable Ownership Housing Definition of the Official Plan – Wednesday, July 29th

As part of the ongoing review of the Toronto Official Plan, the City of Toronto is updating the City’s Official Plan definition for Affordable Ownership Housing. The proposed draft definition is one of several housing policies under review to help encourage the provision of new affordable housing. At its meeting on June 18, 2015, the… Continue reading Open House – Proposed revision to the Affordable Ownership Housing Definition of the Official Plan – Wednesday, July 29th

City of Toronto engages public in its downtown study, ‘TOcore’

News Release June 17, 2015 City of Toronto engages public in its downtown study, ‘TOcore’ The City of Toronto is conducting a study that looks at how downtown Toronto should grow in the decades ahead, including the physical and social infrastructure that will be needed to keep it a great place to live, work, learn… Continue reading City of Toronto engages public in its downtown study, ‘TOcore’