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Ravine Strategy Implementation
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January 24, 2020, Comments Off

City of Toronto’s executive committee greenlit the city’s comprehensive Ravine Implementation Strategy yesterday, setting it up for consideration at city council January 29-30. The strategy seeks significant funding from the …

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OUT OF PHASE APPROVALS

January 22, 2020, Comments Off

Three developments in Milton are advancing ahead of an area phasing schedule to ensure a large, predominantly residential community is built out quick ...

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GUIDING GROWTH

January 22, 2020, Comments Off

City planning is looking to protect the planning vision for the area around Yonge Street and St. Clair Avenue in the face of intense development press ...

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OP DESIGNATION OVERTURNED

January 8, 2020, Comments Off

A planning designation that would have allowed for a provincially significant wetland and woodland on the shore of Lake Simcoe to be transformed into ...

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    TORONTO YEAR IN REVIEW
    January 5, 2020, Comments Off

    2019 was a year of significant dispute in Toronto as development proponents, industry members, planning experts, community advocates, and municipal and provincial politicians held competing visions of how to address ...

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    CENTRAL SCARBOROUGH INTENSIFICATION
    December 26, 2019, Comments Off

    The first proposal for a large master-planned development in central Scarborough that will help transform the area into a dense urban centre is advancing at an accelerated rate compared to ...

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    Glover Hands Off
    December 13, 2019, Comments Off

    As the first urban design director of the amalgamated City of Toronto, followed by an almost twenty-year career as an urban designer and planner in private practice, Robert Glover has ...

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    Cultural Heritage Landscape
    December 13, 2019, Comments Off

    The Town of Oakville is planning to protect the unique character and heritage of the Oakville Harbour to ensure that it continues to represent local history and to attract tourists. ...

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    THE CASE FOR MASS TIMBER CONSTRUCTION
    December 6, 2019, Comments Off

    As interest grows in using mass timber as a primary building material, its supporters are highlighting its substantial environmental advantages, along with several other major benefits. Building and construction experts ...

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    DIVERSIFYING EMPLOYMENT LANDS
    December 4, 2019, Comments Off

    In an effort to diversify its employment base and create opportunities for emerging sectors, the City of Brampton is moving forward with an Official Plan Amendment that provides more flexibility ...