Planning and Development

  • Bloor Dufferin Lands Meeting Summary and Update

    A meeting was held on June 20, 2016 to discuss the future of the Toronto District School Board's Bloor-Dufferin School Lands with members of the public. Thank you to all who attended the meeting and to those who submitted their feedback on this important community building opportunity. During the meeting a presentation was given reviewing the process and details of the TDSB's work to consolidate these surplus lands and develop a community hub. The feedback received at the meeting, online,...
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  • Bloor-Dufferin TDSB Lands Community Hub Post-Meeting Update

    You might recall that a week and a half ago, I sent you an update on the Bloor-Dufferin TDSB Lands and an invitation to attend a community meeting that took place on Monday. The meeting was co-hosted by the City of Toronto, Toronto District School Board (TDSB), Toronto Lands Corporation (TLC), and the Province. The purpose of the meeting was to update residents on the progress of an inter-governmental working group and to seek your feedback to shape the future...
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  • Bloor-Dufferin TDSB Lands Community Meeting on June 20, 2016

    As many of you are aware, I have been pursuing multiple opportunities to ensure a community hub is created on the Bloor-Dufferin Toronto District School Board (TDSB) lands since it was first put up for sale in 2013. Following a deferral of the sale of the land in April 2015 by the TDSB (the result of a motion by Trustee Stiles), I moved a motion at City Council a year ago today which directed City staff to start developing a...
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  • Bloor Dufferin Community Hub Update September 2015

    October 1, 2015 Update: Toronto City Council has unanimously passed the concept of a landmark community hub for food and learning at the TDSB Bloor-Dufferin Redevelopment Site.  I am pleased to announce that yesterday, City of Toronto staff have released a report concerning the Toronto District School Board (TDSB) lands at Bloor and Dufferin. The report is going to the September 21, 2015 Executive Committee meeting. Ever since the site was first put up for sale by the TDSB in 2013, I have...
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  • Bloor Dufferin Community Hub Motion

    I have been actively working to seize the opportunity to create a "community hub" and retain lands for public use on the Toronto District School Board (TDSB) property at Bloor and Dufferin since this land was originally put up for sale by the TDSB in late 2013. I worked to help develop a proposal to purchase a portion of the 7.3 acre site but we were rejected by the Toronto Lands Corporation (TLC) acting on behalf of the TDSB. I...
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  • Catholic school board may have inside track on Bloor-Dufferin site

    IAN MERRINGERTORONTO — Special to The Globe and MailPublished Tuesday, Apr. 29 2014, 6:00 AM EDT Two Toronto schools up for sale will likely not be turned into condo developments if one of two public-sector bidders, which include another school board, gets the deal. The land that is home to Bloor Collegiate Institute and Kent Senior Public School has been declared surplus by the Toronto District School Board, and the Toronto Catholic District School Board has put in an offer....
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  • Bloor-Dufferin School Lands Update

    UPDATE: In April 2015, the TDSB decided to defer the sale of the land and that it was now interested in receiving a proposal and feasibility plan from the TLC to create a community hub on the site. Following this, I redoubled my efforts to work with our partners and at the June 12, 2015 Toronto City Council Meeting, my motion on this was unanimously passed. City staff and resources will now be mobilized to work with the TDSB, the TLC, and other partners on...
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  • West Queen West Planning Study

    Toronto and East York Community Council recently approved a request from Councillors Perks, Layton and myself for a West Queen West Planning Study between Bathurst Street and Roncesvalles. Below you will find the letter we sent to our colleagues on community Council:
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