Development in Ward 13
As the City continues to grow, so does Ward 13. A number of residents have asked questions about what part they can play in regards to development. I always want to hear from members of the community regarding any proposal. If you have a comment or concern please contact my office.
Please see the map below for information about specific developments in the Ward. Scroll in on the map with your mouse to find the letter and address of a development, then click the corresponding address in the list under the map.
For information on PLAYGROUND AND PARKS REVITALIZATION, please scroll to the bottom of the page.
U 111 Pacific Ave (Minto)
V 35 High Park Ave (Great West Life)
X 406 Keele Street
Completed & Occupied Developments
Planning Studies in Ward 13
Click on the project titles below to learn more about planning studies in Ward 13:
Visit the City's website to learn more about Heritage Conservation Districts
Additional Planning Resources
I have compiled a list of Planning FAQs based on what we have heard from residents, with input from City Staff. For more useful information on planning in Toronto check out the links below:
- Toronto City Planning
- Avenues and Mid-Rise Buildings Study
- In June 2016, Council approved a revised Mid-Rise Building Performance Standards Addendum to use together with the 2010 approved Mid-Rise Building Performance Standards in the preparation of area studies or during the evaluation of development applications where mid-rise buildings are proposed and the Performance Standards are applicable.
- Committee of Adjustment
- Ontario Municipal Board (OMB)
- Toronto Local Appeal Body (TLAB)
- The Toronto Local Appeal Body (TLAB) is an independent quasi-judicial tribunal established through the City of Toronto Act. TLAB, which was recently introduced in 2017, provides an independent public forum for settling land-use disputes related to Committee of Adjustment appeal applications under Sections 45 (minor variance) and 53 (consents/severances) of the Planning Act, which were previously heard by the Ontario Municipal Board (OMB). For more information visit toronto.ca/tlab. I hosted an information session about the TLAB in February 2018, click here (**Check against delivery**) for the slide deck.
- Planning FAQs