A City staff report with the final consultant study and recommendations is anticipated to be presented to Etobicoke York Community Council on June 6, 2018.

 

Consultation materials and summaries from past meetings and events are listed below. View schedule & phasing for the full study timeline.

The Bloor West Village Avenue Study was presented for 2nd Review at the Design Review Panel.

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The purpose of the third Community Consultation Meeting was to present and seek feedback on the final draft recommendations for built form, land use, street design, natural heritage, hydogeology and servicing within the study area.

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The purpose of the fourth Local Advisory Committee (LAC) meeting was to present and seek feedback on the draft recommendations for the Avenue Study.

12 members of the LAC attended the meeting, including members of residents’ associations, the local BIA, ratepayers’ groups, natural environment groups, historical groups, and local property and business owners.

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The purpose of the third Local Advisory Committee (LAC) meeting was to present and discuss the preliminary findings from the Natural Heritage Study and Hydrogeology Study and provide an update on the overall schedule of the Avenue Study.

16 people attended the meeting, including representatives of residents’ associations, the local BIA, ratepayers’ groups, natural environment groups, historical groups, and local property and business owners.

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The purpose of the second Community Consultation Meeting was to present findings for Phase 2: Future Conditions Visioning & Testing and seek feedback on the emerging draft built form and land use recommendations, as well as the street design explorations for the study area.

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The purpose of the second Local Advisory Committee (LAC) meeting was to present and seek feedback on the emerging draft built form and land use recommendations, as well as the street design explorations for the study area.

12 members of the LAC attended the meeting, including representatives of residents’ associations, the local BIA, ratepayers’ groups, historical groups, natural environment groups and local property owners.

View Consultant Presentation, Meeting Summary.

The purpose of the first Local Advisory Committee (LAC) meeting was to provide an update on the study process and present and seek feedback on draft guiding principles, as well as built form and street design options being tested.

14 members of the LAC attended the meeting, including representatives of residents’ associations, the local BIA, ratepayers’ groups, historical groups, natural environment groups and local property owners.

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The Bloor West Village Avenue Study was presented for 1st Review at the Design Review Panel.

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At the Design Charrette visioning workshop participants explored ideas about future built form, public realm and street design in the Bloor West Village Avenue Study Area.

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The purpose of the first Community Consultation Meeting was to introduce the Avenue Study project and process, review the consultant team’s preliminary analysis, and seek feedback on issues to be considered through the Study.

Over 125 people attended the meeting. City of Toronto staff, members of the consulting team (including DTAH, MMM/WSP, and THA), Councillor Sarah Doucette and MP Arif Virani also attended and participated.

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A Community Stakeholder Meeting was held with representatives from local ratepayer and tenant associations, the BIA, and other stakeholder groups to review the preliminary Study findings and receive input in preparation for the first Community Consultation Meeting.

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All property owners within the Study Area were invited to attend a Property Owners Meeting. The meeting provided Property Owners with a presentation of preliminary Study findings and the opportunity for questions and comments.

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City staff and the Consultant team met with a small group of local heritage experts to learn about important buildings, natural features, events and other aspects of the area’s history and evolution.

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