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WOOD BULLetin - Toronto Proposes to List 258 Properties in Heritage Register

Aug 29, 2017

As discussed in a previous Wood Bull blog, the City of Toronto is proposing to list 258 new properties in the City’s Heritage Register.  Wood Bull LLP has prepared a WOOD BULLetin on this topic, including implications of being a "listed" property.  

Download the WOOD BULLetin here.

UPDATE (October 4, 2017): City Council has adopted the resolutions to include the midtown properties on the City's Heritage Register.  The Council decision is available here.

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Other Blog Posts on Heritage Matters:

Draft Guide to Cultural Heritage Resources in the Land Use Planning Process Proposed Guideline Document Posted on EBR for Comment

Wood Bull LLP Launches "Ontario Heritage Act: A Sourcebook"

258 Properties Proposed to be Listed on the Toronto Heritage Register

Ottawa (City) v. Lauzon: Ontario Superior Court of Justice considers relationship between Ontario Heritage Act and Building Code Act, 1992

Ontario Heritage Act: repeal of a designating by-law pursuant to s. 34.3(1)

Announcements

Wood Bull LLP is pleased to welcome Kim Mullin to the firm as a Partner.  Kim brings 18 years’ experience acting for private sector and public sector clients in complex municipal law and land use planning matters and related litigation.  We are excited to have Kim join our team.


Bill 139, Building Better Communities and Conserving Watersheds Act, 2017, introduced sweeping changes to the land use planning approvals process in Ontario.  Wood Bull LLP has put together links to Bill 139 resources and background here.

Wood Bull LLP has also launched The Wood Bull Guides, a free on-line resource that focuses on the changes introduced by Bill 139 related to key land use planning legislation in Ontario:

  • Planning Act (After Bill 139)
  • Local Planning Appeal Tribunal Act, 2017
  • Local Planning Appeal Support Centre Act, 2017

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