Billy Bishop Ground Run-up Enclosure
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At the request of the City of Toronto, PortsToronto proposed to construct a Ground Run-Up Enclosure (GRE) at Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport. A GRE is an open-air, acoustically engineered structure used to dampen the noise produced by engine maintenance run-up inspections. The GRE officially opened in April 2017. The City of Toronto undertook a technical review of the GRE. This page contains resources from the technical review.
- Ports Toronto Letter to Deputy City Manager John Livey (September 2 2016)
- Letter from Deputy City Manager John Livey to PortsToronto including Appendix A and B (August 23 2016)
- Appendix C of Letter from John Livey (August 23 2016)
- PortsToronto Letter to John Livey (March 23, 2016)
- Letter from DCM John Livey to PortsToronto (March 10, 2016)
- Letter from Deputy Mayor Pam McConnell and Councillor Joe Cressy to PortsTorotno (March 8, 2016)
- Submission Cover Letter from PortsToronto and Appendices A, B, C, F, G (May 24 2016)
- Appendix E: Aircraft Maintenance Run Procedures
- Appendix H: Stage I and II – Archaeological Assessment Cover Letter to MTCS