On October 22, 2013 the City of Toronto hosted a Community Consultation Meeting about the Bathurst Land Use and Built Form Study. The meeting focussed on the Study Teamâ€™s Draft Proposed Recommendations about Land Use, Built Form, Heritage, and Public Realm.
The materials from Public Meeting #3 are available online, and you can download them from the project website or from the links below.
The deadline for feedback on these materials is November 8, 2013, and you can comment by responding to this email or phoning Ian Malczewski of Swerhun Facilitation at (416) 572-4365.
Agenda and Workbook
Character Area Panel
Topic Area Materials
Land Use Presentation and Panel
Built Form Presentation and Panel
Heritage Presentation and Panel
Public Realm Presentation and Panel
The Bathurst Land Use and Built Form Study is part of an-ongoing discussion about Bathurst Street from Dupont to Queen Street West that includes:
Bathurst Land Use and Built Form Study (focussing on heritage, land use, public realm and built form)
Bathurst-Bloor Four Corners Charrette initiative led by Councillors Layton and Vaughan
Study to Evaluate Large Retail Developments Near Pedestrian Shopping Areas in Toronto
Markham Street Heritage Study (Mirvish Village)
City Transportation Working Group
Active development applications
City Planning staff will prepare draft recommendations in the new year that tie together all of the above initiatives and will host a community meeting in 2014 to discuss them, before preparing a final report to Council.
Thanks for your continued interest in this project.
- The Study Team