Neighbors are going to be very upset and disappointed to hear that the OMB invitation to compromise on the height at 2915-17 BLOOR STREET has been REJECTED by the developer, who will now pursue his plans at DIVISIONAL COURT, thus necessitating another round of legal arguments. NO DATE for the new procedure has been ascertained at this time.Read More
Recent articles about the realities of Toronto development. Important reading for Kingsway-Sunnylea residents.Read More
Previous to his meeting with KPRI members at Montgomery’s Inn, on April 9th Councillor Grimes addressed several important Development questions posed by residents.Read More
LPAT's support office was to provide information for residents to appeal development applications.
The Government of Ontario has made a decision to close the Local Planning Appeal Support Centre (LPASC). LPASC has until June 30, 2019 to wind down the business.
Effective immediately, LPASC will no longer be accepting new requests for professional services from the public. During this wind down period, LPASC is committed to continuing to serve, to the best of its ability, those clients who have retained its services. LPASC staff will be in contact with those clients with further details shortly.
A heated discussion took place at City Hall about this issue and you can see it via the following link by starting at the 16 minute point of this YouTube video taken at the event.
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When it comes to decisions made by the LPAT/OMB what is the reality of precedent setting?
The answer is: LPAT/OMB decisions do not set binding precedents.Read More
The Chief Planner and Executive Director of the City Planning Division has submitted a report that recommends that City Council state its intention to designate the property at 35 Kingsway Crescent under the Ontario Heritage Act and include the property on the City's Heritage Register.Read More
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
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
Is there a real danger of an OMB decision being used as a precedent for influencing similar future OMB hearings for the Kingsway-Sunnylea community? This is a major question whose answer is...Read More
The City has received the following application under the Planning Act:
"To amend the Official Plan and Zoning By-law for an 8-storey mixed-use building comprised of 81 residential units and 507 m² of retail uses on the ground floor ... 3005 Bloor Street West & 14 Humbervale Boulevard. A two-storey single-detached dwelling is also proposed as part of the application."Read More