Planning Studies & Initiatives

Davenport Triangle Review

Davenport Triangle consists of the lands bounded by Dupont Street, Bedford Road, and Davenport Road. Running north south through the centre of the block is City owned Designer's Walk Lane.

At its meeting in November 2015, City Council directed Community Planning staff to review current and future development pressures within the Davenport Triangle block, and work with Transportation Services to review the capacity of Designer's Walk Lane and Urban Design staff to consider urban design and built form guidelines on top of the existing Planning framework.

This portal provides access to information on Davenport Triangle including development applications that are currently under review and updates on the review.

Development Applications

Expand314-326 Davenport Road

The City has received Zoning By-law Amendment application to permit a 10-storey mixed-use building with 84 residential dwelling units, ground floor retail, and 2 levels of below grade parking containing 48 parking spaces accessed from Designer's Walk Lane.


June 2013 Submission:

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Barry Brooks, Senior Planner

Expand342-346 Davenport Road

The City has received Zoning By-law Amendment application to permit a 10-storey mixed-use building with 35 residential dwelling units, ground floor retail, and 57 parking spaces in a below grade garage.

March 9, 2016 Community Consultation Meeting

October 2015 Submission:

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Barry Brooks, Senior Planner

Expand350 Davenport Road

The City has received Site Plan Control and Minor Variance applications to permit an 8-storey mixed-use building with 6 residential dwelling units and ground floor retail.

May 2015 Submission:

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Barry Brooks, Senior Planner

Expand115 Dupont Street

The City has received a Site Plan Control application to permit a 5-storey commercial building with 4 office units and 5 parking spaces.

December 2015 Submission:

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Barry Brooks, Senior Planner