The LRA and local neighbours are mobilizing to fight this development.
On November 4, 2021, Goldberg Group submitted re-zoning and plan of subdivision applications to the City to permit a 25 storey mixed use building containing 288 residential units, and 256 sq. metres of retail gross floor area on the ground floor on an assembled parcel just south of the southeast corner of Bayview and Broadway.
Thanks to everyone who submitted comments to the City about garden suites. On February 2, City Council will vote on proposed changes to the Zoning By-law that would permit garden suites…
Top stories: 1) Action plan against the proposed high-rise at Bayview and Broadway. 2) Garden suites. 3) Membership renewals! The full newsletter is online.
Top stories: 1) Bayview/Broadway high-rise. 2) Garden Suites consultation. 3) East Toronto Railpath. Read the newsletter online.
Please save the date for a virtual candidates debate on Monday, September 13, 7pm-9pm.
The LRA is organizing this event in cooperation with other residents’ associations in the Don Valley West federal riding.
The City of Toronto hosted a consultation on 1446-1500 Bayview (Valumart site) on Thursday, May 13, 7 to 9 p.m. The presentation (PDF) is available for download from the developer’s website. You can give feedback to the developer directly.
The City has published details of the application to redevelop 70-80 Wicksteed (Lake Leaside site) and nearby properties. The application proposes the relocation of Canadian Tire, which currently occupies a site slated for development by RioCan.
The City is holding a consultation on Tuesday June 1, 7 to 8:30 p.m. Register online.
The City is proposing zoning amendments for as-of-right garden suites – i.e. a secondary dwelling unit, typically detached, on an existing residential property. Read more about the Garden Suites initiative
The City of Toronto is running a Garden + Suites survey, to gather public and industry opinion about Garden Suites in Toronto. The survey is open until June 1, 2021.
The LRA is gauging interest in a possible Neighbourhood Watch program for Leaside. The aim would be to share information within the community and with police about serious crime and safety matters.
How interested are you in joining a Leaside Neighbourhood Watch program?
Three local groups – Parenting Group, Friends of Thorncliffe Park, and Thorncliffe Park Autism Support Network – are collecting donations of $15 to provide free arts and crafts kits and programming to 100…