|Other titles||By-law 423-93.|
|Contributions||Toronto (Ont.). Planning and Development Dept.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings) :|
City of Toronto official plan. Part 1, Consolidation.,, Toronto Public Library. This copy of the Toronto Ofﬁcial Plan is a consolidation which has been prepared to provide users with a current copy of the new Ofﬁcial Plan policies in effect in the City of Toronto. This Ofﬁcial Plan copy incorporates the following: 1. all Policies approved by the Ontario Municipal Board up to the conclusion of the J prehearing. Ensuring the City evolves, improves and realizes its full potential in areas such as transit, land use development, and the environment. These guidelines are applied during the evaluation of development proposals to ensure desirable design of buildings, streetscapes and more. How to comply with the two-tier set of performance measures and. City of Toronto Official Plan Land Use Maps File Size: 59KB.
Chapter 6 contains the Secondary Plans, which are more detailed local development policies to guide growth and change in a defined area of the City. 1. Agincourt Fort York Swansea 2. Highland Creek Community Garrison Common North Emery Village 3. Morningside Heights King-Parliament Davenport Village 4. Ataratiri: part II official plan proposals: summary and recommendations, City of Toronto, Planning and Development Department., Toronto Public Library. What You Need to Know About Toronto’s Official Plan More than perhaps any other document, Toronto's Official Plan shapes the city. We explain its . City of Toronto official plan by Toronto (Ont.). Planning and Development Dept., , The Department edition, in English.
The City of Toronto is the cultural, entertainment and financial capital of Canada. The city is home to more than million people and is the centre of one of North America's most dynamic regions. Toronto is the capital city of the Province of Ontario. Toronto Local Appeal Body 17 S45 04 TLAB Closed. City of Toronto official plan by Toronto (Ont.). Planning and Development Dept.; 2 editions; First published in ; Subjects: City planning; Places: Toronto (Ont. - Part 2 of 2. Parking and Loading Data: Breakdown of parking space allocation: Location and number of parking spaces: Open surface spaces Attached garage Detached garage Cash payment in lieu Above grade parking deck Below grade parking structure Off-site lease. Access and Services: Road access Private right-of-way Servicing: All of below.