Resources

Toronto’s Official Plan http://www.toronto.ca/planning/official_plan/pdf_chapter1-5/chapters1_5_dec2010.pdf

Avenues and Mid-Rise Buildings Study http://www.toronto.ca/planning/midrisestudy.htm

City of Toronto Zoning Project http://www.toronto.ca/zoning/index.htm

Design Review Panel http://www.toronto.ca/planning/designreviewpanel.htm

City of Toronto Urban Forestry http://www.toronto.ca/trees/

City Planning’s Preliminary Report on ‘Alaska’ http://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2013/ny/bgrd/backgroundfile-57971.pdf

“Building Toronto Together”–a guide to theĀ development application process http://www.toronto.ca/developing-toronto/pdf/guide_main.pdf

Ontario Planning Act http://www.e-laws.gov.on.ca/html/statutes/english/elaws_statutes_90p13_e.htm#

2 comments on “Resources
  1. Bern Schnyder says:

    I live on Sherwood Ave. and am not in favour of a development that exceeds the current zoning height of 18 meters and SFI density of 3. The Yonge Street corridor should maintain its current 6 story height limitation where there are single family homes adjacent to these properties.

    Bern Schnyder
    48 Sherwood Ave.

  2. Honor Garland Nivin says:

    I am a North Toronto resident, who grew up on Glengrove Ave. East, near the stone Hydro Building and Sheridan Nurseries.
    My great- grandfather, Nicholas Garland, would be shocked to learn about these ugly Alaska condo plans at Yonge St. at Strathgowan Avenue, which was once the tree lined road entrance in 1888 to his farm called Strathgowan.

    A city grows, but it doesn’t have to grow into extremes in an older established residential area.

    Honor Garland Nivin

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