Distillery District HCD Study to be Considered by Toronto Preservation Board

The Distillery District Heritage Conservation District (HCD) Study and accompanying Staff Report will be considered by the Toronto Preservation Board. Staff recommend that the Toronto Preservation Board support the preparation of a HCD Plan for the proposed boundary area.

Toronto Preservation Board: Wednesday, December 7th, 2016, 2:00 pm, Committee Room 3, Toronto City Hall

The Staff Report and the HCD Study can be found at the link below:

Agenda: http://app.toronto.ca/tmmis/viewAgendaItemHistory.do?item=2016.PB19.9

 

 


King-Spadina Heritage Conservation District Plan

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Community Consultation Meeting #2

The City of Toronto recently held public consultations and stakeholder meetings on the proposed King-Spadina Heritage Conservation District (HCD) Plan.  The City believes that consultation with the community prior to City Council considering the designation of an HCD is in the best interest of the City, community and property owners.

City Planning (Heritage Preservation Services) and its consultant, THA, have prepared presentation materials to explain the overall direction of the proposed King-Spadina HCD Plan and including the objectives, Statement of Significance, boundary, Character Areas, policies and guidelines and are available for public review below:

Panels-KS HCD CCM2- June 2016 (reduced)

Presentation-KS HCD CCM2 – June 2016 (reduced)

Please send your feedback and comments by July 11, 2016 to:

Tamara Anson-Cartwright, Program Manager, Heritage Preservation Services at tansonc@toronto.ca

Jill Taylor, Principal Taylor Hazell Architects at kingspadina@taylorhazell.com


West Queen West HCD Community Consultation Meeting Materials Available Online

On June 23, 2016, the City of Toronto and its consultants, FGMDA Architects, held a community consultation meeting to provide an update on the West Queen West Planning Study, and to kick-off the beginning of the West Queen West HCD Study. You can access the presentation materials by following the links below.

WQW HCD Questionnaire

If you you were unable to attend the meeting and would still like to provide the Study Team input on what makes WQW special to you and share your insight on the history and character of your community, fill out the WQW-HCD-Study_Questionnaire and email a complete copy to wqwhcdstudy@fgmda.com.

Presentation Materials

You can access the display boards here.

You can access the City Staff presentation here.

You can access FGMDA’s presentation here.

Learn more about Heritage Conservation Districts:

What is a HCD

How HCDs work


TOcore Expo

Come to Metro Hall to check out the TOcore Expo.

June 20 – 22, 2016, 10 a.m. – 8 p.m.

TOcore Expo: A three-day open house where you can talk to City staff about the directions for the Downtown Plan.

Location: Metro Hall Rotunda, 55 John Street

Heritage&Archaeology_TOcore

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King-Spadina HCD Plan Community Consultation

On June 23, 2016, the City of Toronto, along with its consultants Taylor Hazell Architects, will be holding a Community Consultation meeting to discuss King-Spadina HCD Plan.

This Community Consultation meeting is intended to obtain community input on the direction of the King-Spadina HCD Plan objectives, policies and guidelines, boundary, Statement of Significance and Character Areas.

Details are as follows:

Date:  Thursday, June 23, 2016

Time:  6:00pm – 8:30pm

Place: Metro Hall, Room 308/309, 55 John Street, Toronto

You can access the notice here: KS Public Notice #2


Distillery District HCD Community Consultation Meeting Materials Available Online

On May 19, 2016, the City of Toronto and its consultants, Taylor Hazell Architects, held a community consultation meeting to discuss the recently started Distillery District HCD Study.

You can access the display boards here.

You can access the presentation here.

Learn more about Heritage Conservation Districts:

What is an HCD

How HCDs work


Distillery District HCD Study Community Consultation #1

On May 19, 2016, the City of Toronto, along with its consultants Taylor Hazell Architects, will be holding a Community Consultation meeting to discuss the recently started Distillery District HCD Study.

This Community Consultation meeting is intended to introduce the community to the Distillery District Heritage Conservation District (HCD) Study, to describe the work completed to date, and to provide an opportunity for community input on the area’s heritage value.

Details are as follows:

Date:  Thursday May 19, 2016

Time:  6:30pm – 8:30pm

Place: Kevin and  Roger Garland Cabaret

Young Centre for the Performing Arts
50 Tank House Lane
Toronto, Ontario

You can access the notice here: DD Public Notice