Our planning environment is increasingly complex, with multiple planning initiatives and revisions underway at both the Region and the City level. Further, the provincial planning context is frequently shifting. While development applications and planning reports contain much of this context, they can be challenging to work through and may not touch on every relevant aspect. … More Planning context for 134/152 Shanley proposal
No, these are not back-up plans for a Saturday night. Secondary Plans are planning documents and policies developed by a municipality “and contain land use policies and mapping which provide more detailed direction pertaining to growth and development in specific areas of the city.”These plans guide the use of land such as where housing, commercial … More Secondary Plans – What’s that?
About the Secondary Planning Process This communication come directly from Planning Staff, Dayna Edwards. Good Afternoon Midtown Neighbours, As part of the Neighbourhood Secondary Planning process that is currently underway for the Midtown neighbourhood—City staff will be developing a set of urban design guidelines for ‘Residential Infill in Central Neighbourhoods’. This document will apply to … More Neighbourhood design charrette for midtown secondary planning
As part of the CROZBY review (Comprehensive review of the zoning by-law), City staff will be holding a public meeting to review the zoning changes for Midtown (referred to as K-W Hospital/Midtown – running along the east and west sides of King Street including a portion of our neighbourhood up to Moore Ave. Thursday April … More When one city-led planning process ends…. another one begins!
We learned about this news in early December and newspaper articles confirmed it! The Zehr Group has sold the SIXO Midtown development to VanMar Developments, a division of VanMar Constructors Inc., who also has other development projects in the region. The project has been rebranded as Station Park and the company is apparently taking some … More Sixo Midtown development sold to VanMarDevelopments