This is an UrbanToronto industry update that shares industry-wide information and status updates as a means of keeping our readers up to date. We cover updates related to rules, regulations and changes made as a result of the pandemic affecting the real estate and construction industry in Toronto.
In Today’s Report: Request for Proposal Issued for Highway 3 Expansion Project; Preservation of the Maple Heritage Conservation District; City of Toronto further promotes innovative, urban-building Parkdale Hub project; and more news:
Government announcements and announcements:
The winners of the Community in Motion Award 2021 announced
Request for proposal issued for Highway 3 expansion project
Qualification Request Issued for Advance Tunnel Contract 2 at Eglinton Crosstown West Extension
Unique requirements for the progressive P3 request for proposals for the Weeneebayko Area Health Authority Redevelopment Project
Since 2010, Vaughan has received more than $ 119 million for critical infrastructure
Preservation of the Maple Heritage Conservation District
98 percent of the city’s employees in Toronto are now fully vaccinated
City of Toronto issues its fourth green bond to help fund key capital projects that improve environmental performance
The City of Toronto further promotes the innovative, city-building Parkdale Hub project
Notice of adoption of zoning statutes 151-21 (City Archive D02-20011)
Notice of adoption of zoning statutes 152-21 (City File D02-21004)
Full Application Notice of Proposed Official Plan Change at 530, 550, 588 Kerr Street and 131, 171 Speers Road for April Investments Limited, 527079 Ontario Limited and Trans County Development Corp
Statutory public meeting for a city-initiated proposed zoning change at 315 Glenashton Drive
City of Burlington Update of Ontario Land Tribunal Order on Lakeshore Inc. – 2069-2079 Lakeshore Rd.
The private sector / other announcements and announcements:
Metrolinx: The Eglinton Crosstown West Extension tunnel boring machines are on the move
Metrolinx: Metrolinx reaches another milestone on the Eglinton Crosstown West Extension
RE / MAX: Canadian property prices are expected to rise 9.2% in 2022
PICTURE: MUNICIPALITIES HAVE BILLIONS IN NEW HOUSING REVENUES AND ARE LOOKING FOR MORE CONTINUOUSLY, ERORINGS FURTHER HOUSING.
TTC: The TTC Board will hold its next virtual meeting on December 8th
TRREB: GTA Home Sales hit new November record while Listings falls
Mondaq: The municipality does not assume responsibility for incorrect information during the reorganization
Mondaq: Frequently Asked Questions: Land Owner Transparency Register
CBRE: Resurgent Toronto Office Market sees 2.5 million square feet of space leased in the second half of 2021
How to book an appointment for a COVID-19 vaccine
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