City Council adopted the Inclusionary Zoning Official Plan Amendment (OPA 557) and the Zoning By-law amendment on November 12, 2021.
In addition to the materials that were presented to Planning and Housing Committee on October 28, 2021 (see below), two supplementary staff reports are available on the agenda item webpage:
These supplementary reports summarize staff-recommended minor technical changes to the proposed Official Plan Amendment and Zoning By-law amendment as a result of comments received in deputations and written submissions to the Planning and Housing Committee and comments received from the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing.
You can watch the entire November 9, 2021 Council meeting on the City’s YouTube Channel.
The Inclusionary Zoning Official Plan Amendment and Zoning By-law Amendment were adopted with amendments by the Planning and Housing Committee at its October 28, 2021 meeting. The accompanying staff report, staff presentation and attachments are available on the agenda item webpage.
Planning and Housing Committee meetings are recorded and archived on YouTube. You can watch the entire October 28, 2021 Committee meeting on the City’s YouTube channel.
City Planning hosted an open house on inclusionary zoning and the proposed affordable housing definitions on October 21, 2021. The meeting included a presentation from City staff and time for questions and answers on the proposed:
City Planning hosted three public meetings on inclusionary zoning on October 29, November 5 and November 10. Each meeting included a presentation from City staff and time for questions and answers and comments on the draft policies.
On November 6th, leaders from New York City and Boston shared their experiences with developing and implementing Inclusionary Zoning. The panel discussion explored lessons learned for creating mixed income communities.
Moderator: Nicole Swerhun
We bundled our engagement material into a convenient Do-it-Yourself (DIY) Workshop Kit to assist community groups, organizations and individuals in hosting their own conversations on Inclusionary Zoning. Twelve Do-it Yourself Workshops were held in August and September 2019.
City Planning hosted four public meetings on inclusionary zoning on June 17 (Metro Hall), June 18 (Etobicoke), June 19 (Scarborough) and June 24 (North York). Each meeting included a presentation from City staff, interactive display boards, and table discussions.
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