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Tell Us What You Think About the Emerging Plans for the Port Lands?

Nov 16, 2015

The Port Lands project team provides a brief update.Residents view display boards at Port Lands open house.Community members had an opportunity to ask questions of project experts.Display boards were organized into four thematic areas.

This past Saturday, more than 130 people visited an open house to learn more about the emerging plans for the Port Lands.

A great deal of information was shared at the open house this past Saturday – both through information sessions as well as through individual conversations with members of the project team at display boards. The consultation is not done yet though! Now that we’ve shared all of our information with you, there are two workshops this week where you can pose questions and provide feedback.

Workshop #1 - Placemaking in the Port Lands
November 17, 2015 from 6:30-9:00 pm at Morse Street Junior Public School, 180 Carlaw Avenue

Workshop #2 – Connecting the Port Lands + South of Eastern Areas
November 18, 2015 from 6:30-9:00 pm at the Toronto Fire Academy (EMS Training Centre), 895 Eastern Avenue

For those who missed the open house or who are unable to attend the workshops this week, you can still participate online.

Check out video recordings from the open house for each presentation, the presentation slides, information panels and the general discussion guide. Also provided are links to the online surveys for each of the topic areas: Vision and Urban Structure, Character and Place, Villiers Island Precinct Plan and Transportation and Servicing.

How to Participate

Step 1: Review the presentations and materials below. We’ve embedded them in this blog post for easy viewing.

Step 2: Join the conversation online using the #PortLandsTO hashtag.

Step 3: Complete the short online survey to provide your feedback by Friday, November 27, 2015. The survey is embedded in this blog post after each of the presentations.

If you have trouble viewing or downloading any of the information, or if you experience difficulty with the survey, please email info@waterfrontoronto.ca.

Note: Downloadable file sizes range from 16MB to 48MB.
 

Overview

Overview Presentation (YouTube video)

Overview - Slides (Download PDF)

Display Panels - Overview (24MB) (Download PDF)

Discussion Guide (Download PDF)

 

Character and Place

Presentation (YouTube video)

Slides - Character and Place (Download PDF)

Display Panels - Character and Place (40MB) (Download PDF)

Provide your feedback - Character and Place (online)

 

Vision and Urban Structure


Presentation (YouTube video)

Slides - Vision and Urban Structure (16MB) (Download PDF)

Display Panels –Vision and Urban Structure (41MB) (Download PDF)

Provide your feedback - Vision and Structure (online)


Villiers Island Precinct Plan

Presentation (YouTube video)

Slides - Villiers Island Precinct Plan (Download PDF)

Display Panels - Villiers Island Precinct Plan (Download PDF)

Provide your feedback - Villiers Island Precinct Plan (online)


Transportation and Servicing

Presentation (YouTube video)

Slides - Transportation and Servicing (Download PDF)

Display Panels - Transportation and Servicing (48 MB) (Download PDF)

Provide your feedback - Transportation and Servicing (online)

 

post contributor

  • Carol Webb

    Carol Webb is a project communications manager with Waterfront Toronto.