The City is holding a meeting where you can comment on the development application for 552-570 Church St & 66 Wellesley St E.
City Planning recommended that the proposed application be refused, and this was accepted by Toronto East York Community Council (TEYCC) on November 15. You can see the Refusal Report here, and all the information on the initial application, including plans, wind studies, and more, on the development application page.
A developer is conducting three pre-proposal consultations for a rental apartment building on the north west corner of Church and Wellesley. Three sessions will take place at Currie Hall, Accessible, 105 Maitland St. from 6:00pm to 8:00pm as follows:
Existing Conditions Analysis and Ideas Date: Thursday January 12, 2017
Urban Design Principles, Ideas and Concepts Date: Thursday, February 23, 2017
Concepts and Feedback Date: Thursday, March 23, 2017
We are rich in community assets and capacity nurtured and cultivated over generations. At the heart of our community is our networks that we cultivate whether in living in adjacent houses, in governing of our apartments, condos and co-operatives and our cultural interests of common bond. These community consultations for Church-Wellesley present a singular opportunity to bring forward your voices, please circulate to your networks and attend one or all of the sessions.
Can't make the meetings?
Toronto's Ward boundaries are changing, and this is your opportunity to have your voice heard. Review the options online, then share your comments in one of two ways:
You've seen the plans for James Canning Gardens, now see what's in store for George Hislop and Norman Jewison Parks. This is your chance to give feedback and influence the future of the linear park system between Charles Street and Dundonald Street.
Date: Tuesday, June 21, 2016
Time: 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Place: The Courtyard Marriott
475 Yonge Street, Toronto
(Porter Meeting Room)
See a summary of the June 7 stakeholders meeting here.
A small group of local residents met on May 24 to review the latest concept for James Canning Gardens. As part of the strategy for the three linear parks, James Canning will serve as a family-oriented park featuring a revitalized playground, varied and flexible seating, and improved lighting and visibility.
Here's some of the feedback we heard:
Public consultation on the design of James Canning Gardens will be held on Tuesday, April 19, from 6:30-8:00pm at the 519 Community Centre, room 106.
From http://www.ward27news.ca/ james_canning_park_public_consultation
"Area residents and community members are invited to a public consultation for design changes and improvements to James Canning Park. This meeting will focus on the use and need for improvements of the larger linear park system north of Dundonald Street, but will primarily discuss the specific improvements budgeted for James Canning over the next year.
What improvements do you want to see? What should be considered in the design process? This is your chance to let us know."
See a summary of the April 6 stakeholders meeting below.
Members of the public are invited to attend one of three upcoming meetings in the Toronto & East York Community Council Area:
The City is holding a Community Consultation meeting on the proposed Historic Yonge Street Heritage Conservation District Plan for designation under Part V of the Ontario Heritage Act.
Date: Wednesday, October 14, 2015
Time: 7:00pm – 9:00pm
YMCA – Central Auditorium
20 Grosvenor St., Toronto ON
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