June 04, 2019
The DUKE Heights BIA has undertaken a study of the current zoning By-law regime across the area, seeking to assist the City of Toronto identify and reduce obstacles to businesses operating in the area. This Zoning By-law review aims to:
- eliminate the overlap of two zoning By-laws — the City-wide By-law and the old North York By-law;
- address the onerous and confusing parking requirements;
- support a range of uses that facilitate business growth in the area;
- eliminate the holding By-law that applies to certain properties.
We hosted an Open House on June 04, 2019 to introduce the proposed changes to collect feedback from the members of the BIA. There will be more opportunities to view and respond to proposed changes during the Zoning By-law amendment process including future community open houses and public meetings as the City process unfolds.
The complete set of display boards presented at the first Open House held on June 04, 2019 are accessible with the link below:
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At the end of the review, our Draft Zoning By-law and report will be submitted to Community Planning with the City of Toronto, beginning the City’s public process to amend the zoning By-law. You can get involved now by speaking with one of our staff to provide your feedback. You can also fill-in a comment sheet or get in touch with us online. Please provide all responses by June 14, 2019.
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