Public meeting about, replacement and retention of office space in new mixed use developments. – context of the broader Imagination Manufacturing Innovation and Technology

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This report presents results of the consultations on proposed planning and financial incentives to support the replacement and retention of office space in new mixed use developments. – context of the broader Imagination Manufacturing Innovation and Technology (IMIT) report. The proposed planning incentives would provide parking reductions, floor area exemptions and priority application processing for office sites proposed to be lawfully demolished and redeveloped with residential uses in the Downtown and the Central Waterfront, Centres and other locations in the City within 500 metres of a rapid transit station.

 

 

 

Proposed Planning Incentives to Support the Replacement of Office Space in New Mixed Use Developments.

At its meeting on May 11, 2016, Planning and Growth Management Committee authorized the Chief Planner to conduct an Open House to consult on planning incentives for the replacement/retention of existing office space near rapid transit.
The staff report, “Proposed Planning Incentives to Support the Replacement of Office Space in New Mixed Use Developments – Draft Zoning By-law Amendments”, was considered by the Planning and Growth Management Committee at its meeting on May 11, 2016. Read the decision document and staff report.

http://app.toronto.ca/tmmis/viewAgendaItemHistory.do?item=2016.PG12.5

Among other matters, Planning and Growth Management Committee directed that the Chief Planner report back with recommended zoning by-law amendments in late 2016.
Open House – June 14, 2016

3:30 to 7:30 PM

Metro Hall, Room 308

55 John Street
The open house is a drop-in event; there is no scheduled presentation. The planning incentives will be available for you to comment on and staff will be in attendance to answer your questions.
For questions about the report or the proposed planning incentives, please contact:
Philip Parker

Planner, Research and Information

Strategic Initiatives, Policy and Analysis, City Planning

416-338-4161

pparker@toronto.ca
Jeffrey Cantos

Project Manager, Official Plan

Strategic Initiatives, Policy and Analysis, City Planning

416-392-0244

jcantos@toronto.ca
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