City Council authorize the City Solicitor and the Director, Community Planning, Toronto and East York District to prepare and present a settlement, to be presented to the Local Planning Appeal Tribunal jointly with the applicant, based on the following:
Destined for an LPAT hearing (under the old OMB rules) on September 24th, the developer made the following adjustments to the application:
Toronto and East York Community Council approved the modified proposal at its July 4th meeting (click for Staff Report). Participants, asking what happens next, have been told that:
The applicant will advise the LPAT of the settlement offer and therefore the 2 week hearing scheduled to begin in September will be adjusted to a one-day settlement hearing. At the settlement hearing, the applicant will be required to provide planning evidence in support of the settlement and all registered parties/participants will also be given the chance to speak (in support or opposition of the settlement).
It appears that lawyers for one party (Allied Properties) might well speak in opposition (click for letter):
Our client remains opposed to this application and request that Toronto East York Community Council refuse the staff report or, in the alternative, to send this matter back to staff for further consideration with respect to an appropriate setback from the public lane.
Following the submission of this application (supporting documentation available through the sidebar), the developer registered an appeal to the OMB and the City responded per this Staff Report.
On June 27th, Councillor Cressy hosted a pre-application meeting to discuss this proposal for a a 19-storey mixed-use building containing 155 rental residential units on Bathurst Street south of Richmond. Since then, an application has been made and details are available via the Supporting Documentation link in our sidebar. As usual, urbantoronto.ca gives good coverage (click here).