• Policy Framework: A summary of the existing policy direction for the area, in addition to information about the Secondary Plan Review process.
  • Trends: Infographics and charts illustrating demographic, employment and development trends in King-Parliament.
  • Heritage: A detailed description of the history of King-Parliament and a summary of key themes in the evolution of the area.
  • Built Form: A “cheat sheet” of the tools that City Planning uses to shape built form and a look at how building types in the area have changed over the years.
  • Parks & Public Realm: A summary of the direction the new Downtown Parks and Public Realm Plan provides for King-Parliament, and an accounting of existing parkland in the area.
  • May 5, 2021 – Final Report, Secondary Plan and Zoning By-law Amendments
    At its meeting of May 5, 2021, City Council received and adopted the final report, the proposed King-Parliament Secondary Plan and Zoning By-law Amendment.
  • October 29-30, 2019 – Proposed Secondary Plan
    At its meeting of October 29-30, 2019, City Council received the Proposed King-Parliament Secondary Plan and directed staff to use it as the basis for further public and stakeholder consultation; to undertake an update of the zoning by-law based on its policy directions; and to bring forward a recommended Secondary Plan and Zoning By-law to Council in 2020.
  • May 22-24, 2018 – Downtown Plan Official Plan Amendment to Council
    At its meeting of May 22-24, 2018, City Council directed City Planning in collaboration with divisional partners to undertake a King-Parliament Secondary Plan Review focused on built form, public realm and heritage.Council also directed City Planning to undertake a built form, public realm and heritage study for the north side of Queen St. E., between Jarvis St. and River St., concurrent with the King-Parliament Secondary Plan review.