The following items will be before the Committee of Adjustment on Wednesday, May 4, 2016 in Committee Room 2 of Toronto City Hall, 100 Queen Street West.
Within the files below you will find instructions on how to submit your comments to the Committee of Adjustment and how to sign up to speak. If you have any questions or comments, please email Mike Layton at email@example.com or call (416) 392-4009.
458 Markham Street: To legalize and maintain the existing 2½-storey building that contains a dental office and four dwelling units. (Click to view: google map, notice, and plans)
669 Euclid Avenue: To alter the approved building permit plans for a three-storey semi-detached dwelling with three dwelling units by constructing a larger third floor with a rear deck and extending the rear second floor deck. (Click to view: google map, notice, and plans)
419 Montrose Avenue: To alter the existing two-storey townhouse/rowhouse by constructing: a rear two-storey addition with a basement walkout, a second suite in the basement and to extend the front porch and rear yard deck. (Click to view: google map, notice, and plans)
944-952 Queen Street West (Queen and Shaw — previous site of MOCCA): To alter the existing two storey buildings with office, retail, and restaurant uses. The east building will be used as a restaurant, a portion of the south building will contain retail uses, with the remainder as office uses. The north and west buildings will contain office uses. (Click to view: google map, notice, and plans)
193 Pendrith Street: To alter the one-storey detached dwelling by constructing a second-storey addition. (Click to view: google map, notice, and plans)
152 Crawford Street: To alter the existing three-storey, two-unit semi-detached dwelling by constructing a rear third-storey addition and a rear third floor deck. (Click to view: google map, notice, and plans)
52 Euclid Avenue: To alter the existing two-storey semi-detached dwelling by constructing a rear one-storey addition. (Click to view: google map, notice, and plans)
About the Committee of Adjustment:
The Committee of Adjustment is comprised of citizen members and Councillors do not sit on this committee. They regularly hold public hearings to consider applications for minor variances, permission and consents. To learn more about the Committee of Adjustment please visit: www.toronto.ca/abcc/qj-committee-adjustment.htm
Note: Committee of Adjustment Decisions are posted online here.