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.
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)