City Staff to recommend today refusal of 200 Keele Street, 195 and 203 Oakmount Road

City Staff to recommend today refusal of 200 Keele Street, 195 and 203 Oakmount Road

From city staff report for direction to brought to Etob. Cou. Today.

Request for Direction Report – 200 Keele Street, 195 and 203 Oakmount Road – Official Plan and Zoning By-law Amendments, Consent to Sever, and Rental Housing Demolition and Conversion Applications

Public Notice Given

Statutory – City of Toronto Act, 2006

Origin
(September 20, 2012) Report from the Director, Community Planning, Etobicoke York District

Recommendations:
The City Planning Division recommends that:

1. City Council refuse application No. 08 208726 WET 13 OZ as represented by plans of the revised proposal dated July 2012, to amend the Zoning By-law 438-86 and the Official Plan for the lands at 200 Keele Street, 195 and 203 Oakmount Road.

2. City Council support the decision of the Deputy Secretary-Treasurer of the Etobicoke York District Committee of Adjustment to refuse consent to sever the rear portions of 195 and 203 Oakmount Road as it relates to the revised proposal dated July 2012.

3. City Council refuse application No. 08 208852 WET 00 RH for a permit under Municipal Code Chapter 667 to demolish 15 rental housing townhouses at 200 Keele Street, as represented by plans of the revised proposal dated July 2012.

4. City Council direct the City Solicitor and other appropriate staff to attend, as necessary, at the Ontario Municipal Board, to support City Council’s decision to refuse the revised Zoning and Official Plan Amendment applications as represented by plans of the revised proposal dated July 2012, and to support the decision of the Deputy Secretary-Treasurer of the Etobicoke York District Committee of Adjustment to refuse consent to sever the rear portions of 195 and 203 Oakmount Road, as represented by the proposal and appeals outlined in this report.

Summary:
This report reviews and recommends refusal of the applications to amend the Official Plan and Zoning By-law and the application to demolish the existing rental housing pursuant to Chapter 667 of the Municipal Code as represented by the revised proposal discussed in this report. In addition, consistent with reports on previous proposals for the application site, Council’s decision to support the Committee of Adjustment’s refusal of the related consent application is also recommended as the rear portions of 195 and 203 Oakmount Road remain an integral part of this revised proposal. The report further recommends the City Solicitor together with City Planning and other appropriate City staff, attend before the OMB in opposition to the appeals regarding the Official Plan and Zoning By-law Amendments, and the consents to sever.

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