Monthly Archives: February 2016

Ward 20 Seaton Village Open House!

 

Ward 20 Seaton Village Open House with Councillor Cressy and Ward 20 staff

Date: March 3, 2016

Drop in Times: 6:00 – 8:00pm

Location: Christ the Saviour Russian Orthodox Church (823 Manning Ave @ Follis)

 

From Councillor Cressy: Come to our neighbourhood Open House to learn about how we are working together in Seaton Village. Join me and City Staff from Community Planning, Transportation Services, Parks, Forestry and Recreation and representatives from Toronto Police Services 14 Division to talk about issues and initiatives and initiatives in Seaton Village and how we can build a better future for our corner of the city.

 

The SVRA will be at the meeting to chat about Seaton Village “Visioning” and Dupont St redevelopment, the Honest Ed’s/Mirvish Village redevelopment, Vermont Square Park, area traffic and safety PLUS SVRA initiatives.

Have a look at the minutes/information from our previous Traffic and Safety meetings, with significant focus on Barton Ave: Barton Ave Traffic and Safety Walkabout and Meeting October 21st October 21st, 2014

Please visit the Seaton Village Residents’ Association SVRA Traffic and Safety webpages: https://seatonvillage.ca/traffic-safety/

 

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MVTG Website for the Honest Ed’s Mirvish Village redevelopment

Want to know what is happening and learn ways you can participate with this important project?

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Please visit the Mirvish Village Task Group website www.mirvishvillagetg.org.

Our purpose is to provide accurate, accessible and up-to-date information on the proposed Honest Ed’s and Mirvish Village redevelopment and on Planning policies and studies impacting the 4 corners of Bathurst and Bloor and environs.

  • Westbank will be revealing their revised proposal for the site in February/March 2016

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4 Corners Bathurst Bloor – updates on February 2 consultation

Area Studies: Regarding the 4 Corners Study and the Westbank redevelopment of the Honest Ed’s site

The City held a community consultation meeting on Saturday February 2, 2016 to get your feedback on draft Official Plan policy for the Bathurst Bloor Four Corners Study Area on built form, heritage, the public realm, movement, and land use.

If you could not attend this meeting and would like to participate, please review the materials the presentation materials below:

View the presentation

View the Panels

READ the MVTG opinion letter to Planning regarding the presentation and recommendations  Please note: this response reinforces and supports the opinion of the residents of the community who attended the consultation.

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Bathurst Land Use and Built Form Study

What’s New

BATHURST-BLOOR 4 CORNERS STUDY

 

The City is holding its 3rd community consultation meeting to get your feedback on revised draft Official Plan policy for the study area. At the meeting staff will present refinements to the draft policy direction that was presented in November 2015. These draft policies will be forwarded to City Council for adoption later this year.

Date:   Tuesday, February 2, 2016
Place:  Bickford Centre Cafeteria located at 777 Bloor Street West
Time:  7:00 – 9:00 p.m.

 

The City held a community consultation meeting on Saturday November 28 2015 to get your feedback on draft Official Plan policy for the Bathurst Bloor Four Corners Study Area on built form, heritage, the public realm, movement, and land use.

If you could not attend this meeting and would like to participate, please review the materials the presentation materials below and provide your comments by January 15, 2016 to Liora Freedman atlfreedm@toronto.ca.

 

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