Ward 14 is a unique and vibrant community in Toronto. How will it look in 10, 20 or 30 years? Planning for the future means setting priorities for our community, and making sure changes to our neighbourhoods are consistent with our vision for a fairer, more inclusive, sustainable and prosperous community.

Working with city Planning, I continue to work to ensure the highest standard is met for public input and consultation, to ensure development is to scale, mixed use and helps contribute to a more inclusive Ward 14. Together with the community, Toronto-Danforth has been the subject of several planning studies, which were the result of years of consultation and input from our community.

A significant accomplishment was securing the Red Door Shelter’s new home in a new development on Queen St. East. Upon hearing that the Red Door Shelter was facing relocation, I worked with the city, the developers, the shelter and thousands of residents to push for a breakthrough solution to keep these families in our community. My sincere hope is that this becomes an example for the city as we work to plan complete communities.

Major Transit Station Areas (MTSAs)

MTSAs are defined in the Growth Plan (2019) as areas within an approximate 500-800 metre radius of a transit station and representing a 10-minute walk. The Growth Plan (2019) prescribes the following minimum density targets for MTSAs: 200 residents and jobs per hectare for subways; 160 residents and jobs per hectare for light rail transit; and 150 residents and jobs for GO Transit rail. 

Protected Major Transit Station Areas (PMTSAs) will become a subset of the 180+ MTSAs. The introduction of PMTSAs is part of Our Plan Toronto’s equity lens that prioritizes the delineation of PMTSAs to enable the implementation of Inclusionary Zoning as an affordable housing tool, where market conditions could support it.

Please note this matter is expected to be on the agenda of July 5th Meeting of the Planning and Housing Committee

You can find out more about this issue on this city website.

Planning Studies in Ward 14

The Danforth Study

Queen Street East (Leslie Street to Coxwell Avenue) Study

Queen St. East / Leslieville Planning Study

 

Projects in Ward 14

Estonian House – 954-958 Broadview Ave and 72 Chester Hill Road Development

380 Donlands Development Application

Development Application for Cosburn and Gowan (5, 7, 9, 11, 15, 19 Cosburn Ave and 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 30, 32, 34, 36, 38, 40 Gowan Ave)

 

Search Current Developments

As of July 30th, 2020, the Application Information Centre has been updated with a new and improved user experience. The new Application Information Centre allows you to:

  • Search by customizable radius of 120m, 250m, 500m, 1000m
  • See Community Planning, Committee of Adjustment, and Toronto Local Appeal Body (TLAB) applications at the same time, with the ability to filter results
  • Search by address or street Intersection
  • Track and view detailed application statuses for Site Plan and Official Plan Amendments and Rezoning applications
  • Use the system on mobile devices

Learn more online here:
https://www.toronto.ca/city-government/planning-development/application-information-centre/?action=init

Development Applications:
http://app.toronto.ca/AIC/index.do

Danforth study 'most comprehensive' of its kind

February 11, 2020 By David Nickle, Toronto.com
It is, according to Toronto-Danforth Coun. Paula Fletcher, the biggest and most comprehensive planning study of its kind: a review of more than six kilometres of one of Toronto's best-known roadways, Danforth Avenue, between Victoria Park and Broadview Avenues. "There's nobody in Ontario who doesn't know where the Danforth is," said Fletcher.

The Danforth Study

The City of Toronto is inviting all members of the Danforth community to participate in a public consultation as a part of the Danforth Avenue Complete Street and Planning Study.

The first meeting was held November 6th and included a brief presentation about the study followed by interactive group discussion. Feedback from the first  community will help shape the scope of the study.  You can download that presentation by clicking here.

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