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January 22, 2021, Comments Off

Demolition of the historic Dominion Foundry Complex in the West Don Lands has begun three months after a Minister’s Zoning Order (MZO) issued for the provincially-owned site changed zoning permissions …

to-post-1-jan-20

PLACES TO GROW?

January 20, 2021, Comments Off

A draft land needs assessment (LNA) determining how much land is required to accommodate Hamilton’s anticipated population and employment growth to ...

to-post-1-jan-15

CHARTING A NEW PATH

January 15, 2021, Comments Off

Representing over 200 years of planning knowledge and experience, ten changemakers who have tactfully guided the growth and evolution of Toronto have ...

gta-post-1-jan-13

UNLOCKING BRAMPTON’S HEART

January 13, 2021, Comments Off

Approximately 334,000 square metres of residential, commercial, and retail development space will be unlocked in downtown Brampton upon completion of ...

  • to-post-1-jan-8
    PRIORITIZING PEDESTRIANS
    January 8, 2021, Comments Off

    A recommended design concept for the reconstruction of downtown Yonge Street that is emerging through an environmental assessment proposes the prioritization of pedestrian traffic on downtown Yonge by widening existing ...

  • gta-post-1-jan-6
    REIMAGINING THE WATER’S EDGE
    January 6, 2021, Comments Off

    A preferred concept plan for the revitalization of Port Perry’s waterfront has emerged following a year of public consultations. Located on the shores of Lake Scugog, Port Perry is the ...

  • to-post-1-dec-31
    KEEPING DEVELOPMENT MOVING
    December 31, 2020, Comments Off

    Putting set expiration dates on building permits could be a way to force work to continue on construction projects that have stalled, but it is not clear that such a ...

  • to-post-dec-11
    CLARIFYING SAFETY REQUIREMENTS
    December 11, 2020, Comments Off

    The City of Toronto has proposed a draft planning framework establishing a city-wide approach for development of sensitive and high-occupancy land uses in proximity to rail infrastructure. The city says ...

  • gta-post-1-dec-9
    CATALYZING REMEDIATION
    December 9, 2020, Comments Off

    A 21-hectare dormant brownfield property that has drawn the ire of St. Catharines residents for years has been redesignated from employment to mixed-use, opening the door to potential redevelopment. St. ...

  • to-post-1-dec-4
    A PLACE TO GROW AT LANSDOWNE
    December 4, 2020, Comments Off

    A two-tower residential and retail development proposed by KingSett Capital just west of Lansdowne subway station could be a harbinger of transit-oriented development to come for a neighbourhood expected to ...