City Planning is conducting a study of Ossington Avenue, between Dundas Street West and Queen Street West, to develop a vision for future development. The study involves a review of the street characteristics, built-form, density, height, and heritage value, as well as three community consultation meetings and ongoing opportunities for the community to provide comments by email or phone. Following the community consultation, City Planning will report to Community Council with their findings and provide recommendations for changes to the planning framework.

City Planning is holding the third of three community consultation meetings next Thursday where you can learn more about the study, ask questions and share your comments. This meeting will present the results of the community visioning process and present a draft version of a new area-specific Official Plan policy that would help implement the community vision.

Details are as follows:
Date: Thursday, December 13, 2012
Time: 6:30 – 8:30 p.m.
Place: CAMH – Cafeteria, 1001 Queen Street West
See the map of CAMH below

Submit your comments to the City Planner
The City Planner working on this study is Thomas Rees. He is requesting your thoughts and feedback either at the meeting or through other means. Please note that if you sent comments to City Planning regarding the development application at 109 Ossington, but you would like to make comments regarding all of Ossington between Dundas and Queen, you must submit them directly to Thomas. To speak to the planner directly, contact Thomas Rees at 416-392-0758 or trees2@toronto.ca . You may mail your comments to the planner at Toronto and East York District, 100 Queen St W, Floor 18E, Toronto, ON M5H 2N2.

If you have any questions please contact me directly at councillor_layton@toronto.ca or contact Ashley Da Silva in my office at (416) 392-4010 or adasilv2@toronto.ca.

Event date: December 13, 2012; 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm.