via the City of Toronto Planning Department:
Planning Study Background
The City of Toronto has initiated a study to develop a built form and land use vision for Bathurst Street between Queen and Dupont Streets.
The purpose of this study is to develop a planning and urban design framework that addresses land use, built form, heritage, and the public realm.
This study emerged in response to recent development activity along Bathurst Street.
Bathurst Street plays a unique role as a boundary between the area our Official Plan identifies as “Downtown and Central Waterfront” and the rest of the city.
A land use and built form vision for the area needs to be developed to provide guidance to property owners proposing new developments, to inform City staff in reviewing applications for new developments, and to ensure that Bathurst Street reflects the community’s vision for the area.
City Planning is leading the project and has retained a consultant team to prepare the study. The success of this study depends on input from local residents who have an intimate knowledge of the area.
You are invited to participate in two events to discuss the future of Bathurst Street:
Monday June 10 2013: Public Meeting from 6:30 – 9:30 PM
Sunday June 23 2013: Study Area Bus Tour and Design Day from 1:00-7:00 PM
Both events will take place at the College Street United Church at 452 Bathurst Street, northwest corner of Bathurst and College
Please RSVP to this invitation by contacting Ian Malczewski: email@example.com at Swerhun Facilitation. If you are interested in participating in meetings but are unable to attend, please let us know so we can explore alternative meeting times for future meetings. We will share meeting summaries with all interested individuals. We look forward to speaking with and learning from you.
To submit comments or questions, please contact:
Planner, Community Planning
City Hall, 18th Floor, East Tower
100 Queen Street West
Toronto, ON M5H 2N2
Tel: 416 338 5747