A street-sale, coordinated by the Sunnylea Kingsway Community Association, is taking place to raise funds to fight against over-development on Bloor Street between Prince Edward Drive and Montgomery Road.Read More
Svetlana and Dejan Bojic had a winning session in June 2017 where the Committee of Adjustment voted in their favour.
After that the developer (TACCON INC) made some extremely minimal adjustments (in centimeters) and went for another CoA hearing on September 28th. This time the Committee of Adjustment voted in their favour.
The Bojics then decided to go to the next level and submitted a Notice to Appeal to the Toronto Local Appeal Body on October 16. The Hearing was scheduled for March 3, 2018. This post shows what they did to win.Read More
An information meeting about the proposed 8-storey building at 3005 Bloor Street West, initiated and presented by the City of Toronto, will be held at All Saints Kingsway Church on September 5th at 7:00 pm.Read More
Recent articles about the realities of Toronto development. Important reading for Kingsway-Sunnylea residents.Read More
The City of Toronto continues work on the Park Lawn Lake Shore Transportation Master Plan (TMP) Study (initiated in 2016) to identify transportation improvements that support all road users and the further development of the Park Lawn / Lake Shore community.
On Tuesday July 31st, join fellow Torontonians in a facilitated discussion designed to solicit broad ideas on how to improve the preservation and celebration of Heritage in the city.
Heritage Toronto is kicking off its consultation process for the 2018/2019 State of Heritage report. The report, released every election year, incorporates public feedback and research to provide recommendations for the incoming City Council.
Councillor Di Ciano coordinated an evening meeting July 4th at the Etobicoke Civic Centre for residents and Community Council. This meeting concerned a developer's application to permit an 8-storey mixed-use building and a 2-storey single-detached residential building at 3005 Bloor Street West and 14 Humbervale Boulevard.
Councillor Di Ciano does not support this application at 8 storeys.Read More
The OMB hearing regarding a proposed eight-storey condominium development at 2915 Bloor Street West is at the halfway point. The case is hinged on the weight and applicability of the 2010 Mid Rise Guidelines. It’s a heavyweight match with the Guidelines versus the Bloor Kingsway Avenue Study which residents and city staff are fighting to preserve.
The hearing will continue on December 4th, 2018 for 4 days with a decision in the new year.
Organized by Trustee Pamela Gough
Facilitator: Lynne Wallace of HRWise
Childminding will be provided for children 4 to 10 years of age, please pre-register with
Christy Heath at firstname.lastname@example.org.
ONTARIO PUBLIC SCHOOL BOARDS' ASSOCIATION Trustee Pamela Gough,Etobicoke-Lakeshore - Ward 3 Schools Tel: 416-395-8787 • email@example.comRead More
The developer proposing 9 storeys at 2915 Bloor has revised their submission to one of 8 storeys.Read More