The City is undertaking an Avenue Study to examine Bloor Street West between Keele Street and the Humber River. The Bloor West Village Avenue Study will develop a recommended planning framework to guide future development and infrastructure improvements in the study area.
The City of Toronto has initiated the Sherway Area Study to review and update the existing policy framework for lands around Sheway Mall and establish recommendations on a new planning and development framework.
City Council directed a Secondary Plan Area Study be undertaken for the apartment neighbourhood that surrounds the Humbertown Shopping Centre as a result of concerns regarding growth and change arising from the Humbertown Shopping Centre development application.
A planning review was initiated as a result of planned investment in rapid transit along the Finch Avenue West and Sheppard Avenue East corridors. Areas for planning study are recommended on a priority basis in order to leverage investment in rapid transit and to encourage transit supportive development.
The City Planning Division is currently reviewing an application to amend the Zoning By-law to permit a mixed use development containing three residential apartment buildings with some non-residential uses at grade along The East Mall. The application has been appealed to the Ontario Municipal Board.
The City Planning Division is conducting a study to inform a Site and Area Specific Policy framework to implement City Council's redesignation of lands in the vicinity of Mimico GO Station to Regeneration Areas.
The Mimico By-The-Lake Revitalization Initiative involves the study and creation of a Secondary Plan to revitalize the community of Mimico-By-The-Lake.
A Plan to support the evolution of a well-connected and well designed public space and streetscape network that will knit the community together.