Open House on May 16th, 2017, in the South of Eastern Area

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    Open House: Providing for Good Jobs and Supporting Services in the South of Eastern Area

    The City is holding an Open House, where you can drop by to gather information, speak with staff and share comments.

    Date: May 16, 2017
    Time: Drop in, 3pm-8pm (please arrive at your convenience)
    Place: Ralph Thornton Community Centre
    765 Queen Street East, 2nd Floor Auditorium

    City Planning has initiated the Unilever Precinct Planning Study to comprehensively consider and consult on a transformative vision initially advanced by a private developer, First Gulf, for a new major employment node focused on office employment, with a substantial retail component. This study is also coordinated with a broad range of initiatives within and adjacent to the South of Eastern area including:

    • Flood Mitigation: the Don Mouth Naturalization Project and the Broadview and Eastern Flood Protection Environmental Assessment
    • Transit Planning: Broadview Streetcar Extension, the East Harbour SmartTrack Station, the Broadview and Eastern Relief Line Station
    • The Port Lands and South of Eastern Transportation and Servicing Master Plan Environmental Assessment: emerging preferred solutions
    • Film and Creative Industries: Port Lands and South of Eastern film employment opportunities
    • The Municipal Yard Consolidation Study: planning for the future of existing municipal employment at the Booth Yard
    This Open House will provide a survey of area planning studies, development applications, infrastructure projects and other initiatives. Please drop by, share your thoughts, and learn more about initiatives that interest you!

    More Information:
    Unilever Precinct Plan:
    South of Eastern Development Portal:
    Port Lands information:

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