Now that an application has been submitted (see Supporting Documentation from the sidebar), City Planning circulates it to all appropriate City divisions and public agencies for comment then consolidates a preliminary set of issues in a Report for Action paper (found here).
This report will be presented to the Toronto and East York Community Council meeting on February 16, 2022.
Interested individuals or organizations are encouraged to either submit comments to or speak at the meeting to be assured of Party or Participation status at any possible LPAT activity in the future. Here is where you submit your comments or request to speak:
Attendance at the TEYCC meeting is open to the public via YouTube (found here). There is no telling when this item TE31.31 will be heard. Items are heard in order but the YouTube session records the full day's meeting and there are no limits placed on an item's duration. There is however a limit of 5 minutes placed on an individual who requests to speak.
According to the TEYCC item, a Community Consultation Meeting is scheduled for February 22, 2022.
A proposal for the 39-47 Camden properties demolished in August has now been submitted to the City.
Supporting Documentation in sidebar connects to architectural plans and much more.
"Application to amend the Zoning By-law to allow a 16-storey mixed-use building with a height of 52 metres (58 metres including the mechanical penthouse), a non-residential gross floor area of 364 square metres, and a residential gross floor area of 10,625 square metres. A total of 154 residential units are proposed."
Urban Toronto, as always, has some insight into this proposal:
Lamb Proposes Mid-Rise, Mid-Block on Camden Street | UrbanToronto
This development shares a background with another development at 8-18 Camden Street. Take THIS LINK to view their common history.