The new Toronto Centre Plan Soapbox has gone live! By taking part in the SoapBox, you will be able to see what others are saying in your neighbourhood and will be able to get direct responses from your Member of Provincial Parliament. Sign in by clicking here, or click on the Soapbox tab at the top of the page.
MPP Glen Murray will host a number of meetings in the south end of Toronto Centre starting at the end of the month. These meetings will be a continuation of past meetings and will focus on neighbourhood priorities as decided by residents.
|Cabbagetown South||October 22nd, 2012||Yonge Street Mission
270 Gerrard Street East
|Regent Park||October 24th, 2012||Daniels Presentation Centre
500 Dundas Street East
|St. Lawrence||October 30th, 2012||OWN Co-Op
115 The Esplanade
|Distillery/Corktown||November 5th, 2012||Enoch Turner School House
106 Trinity Street
|St. James Town||November 7th, 2012||490 Sherbourne Street||6:30pm-8:30pm|
|Cabbagetown||November 14th, 2012||Kiwanis Boys and Girls Club
101 Spruce Street
For more information, please contact the Office of MPP Glen Murray, 514 Parliament Street, 416-972-7683, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Just East of Bay Street is vacant land – 11 Wellesley Street West – that is currently owned by the Province of Ontario. The land was identified through the Community Action Plan process as the last piece of land in the Bay Cloverhill and Church-Wellesley neighbourhoods that could be developed into park space.
As a result, Glen Murray has been working with the Ontario Government and Ward 27 Councillor, Kristyn Wong-Tam, to secure this land for park space and recreation.
As a part of this process, Glen Murray prepared a deck of statistics and photos highlighting the situation of park space and development in Toronto and the neighbourhoods surrounding 11 Wellesley Street West.
The next five CAP meetings have been scheduled. We are looking for volunteers to help distribute flyers, facilitate meetings and assist with set-up and take-down. Please contact the Constituency Office of MPP Glen Murray for more information:
Telephone: (416) 972-7683
|Rosedale/Summerhill/Moore Park||Rosedale United Church||April 16th, 2012||6:00pm – 8:00pm||159 Roxborough Drive, Toronto, ON|
|Moss Park/Garden District||Metropolitan United Church||April 23rd, 2012||6:00pm – 8:00pm||56 Queen Street East, Toronto ON|
|Church-Wellesley/Upper Jarvis||519 Community Centre||May 7th, 2012||6:00pm – 8:00pm||519 Church Street, Toronto ON|
|Bay Cloverhill||Victoria University, University of Toronto (Alumni Hall)||May 16th, 2012||6:30pm – 8:30pm||140 Charles Street West, Toronto ON|
|Bloor East/Yorkville||Church of the Redeemer||April 30th, 2012||6:30pm – 8:30pm||162 Bloor Street West, Toronto ON|
Recently, we have been working on integrating the existing maps that have been made in-house by torontocentreplan.org. The first product of this initiative is now available!
*NOTE: To toggle data sets on and off, click on the arrow on the left menu*
We are please to introduce an interactive map that integrates multiple data sets such as:
- Proposed developments
- Under-construction developments
- On-hold developments and developments with limited information
- Provincially-owned land in Toronto Centre
- Neighbourhood Association boundaries
As much of the information displayed on this map is constantly in flux, any corrections provided to us are greatly appreciated. Please register them at the bottom of our Contacts page by leaving a reply.
The Toronto Centre Plan Data Map has been composed using a number of websites, data, and maps found online. Our map merely compiles information that is public, and displays it geographically.
Below you will find a comprehensive list of all of the websites, data, and maps used to create the Toronto Centre Plan Data Map. If anything is omitted in the list, please inform us and we will immediately reference it. Additionally, if any private information that you own is displayed on the map, and you would like it to be removed, please contact us and we will remove it immediately.
- ActiveBuilding Permits and ActiveBuilding Permits (Heat Map)
- Owner: TorontoBuilding Plan Review Section
- Comments: Information for applications where the application date is earlier than Oct 1, 1999 are likely to be incomplete, because these were entered and processed on numerous pre-amalgamation legacy systems with varying data collection capabilities and standards.
- Contact: Open Data Team – email@example.com
- Community Action Plan Neighbourhoods
- Provincially Owned Land
- Owner: Infrastructure Ontario/Ministry of Infrastructure Ontario
- Comment: Provincially owned land in Toronto Centre
- Website: N/A
- Contact: N/A
- Toronto Centre Developments
- Owner: Public Information
- Comment: Proposed and under-construction developments in Toronto Centre
- Sources: data included in the ‘Toronto Centre Developments’ layer is found using a number of public, online databases:
Proposed, Approved, and In-Construction Developments in Toronto Centre
We are plotting all of the developments in Toronto Centre on Google Maps. You can expect to see more developments added in the near future; however a preview can be found below:
See more maps pertaining to development in Toronto Centre here.
Look under the “Maps” tab and the “Links” tab to view a number of new maps that have been recently added.