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2 development applications could significantly change the High Park North neighbourhood

Population Density Doubled with up to 39-storey towers, 1700 units, and more than 5000 people.
Green Space Eliminated, 113+ Trees Removed, Services Strained

HPCA Updates

Tainted Justice: HPCA and BWVRA Community Fundraising Event

  • Place: 2190E Bloor St W
  • Time: Thursday, March 1, 2018 @ 8:00 pm - 10:30 pm

Tickets available online at https://villageplayershpca.eventbrite.ca/ Join the High Park Community Alliance and the Bloor West Village Residents Association for a joint community fundraising event at the March 1st dress rehearsal of the Village Players’ production of "Tainted Justice". By turns…

High Park Apartment Neighbourhood Character Study

The City of Toronto Planning Department has selected community members to participate in the High Park Apartment Neighbourhood Character Study Working Group and the first meeting will be held on Saturday, December 9th.

 The Study will evaluate physical characteristics of the neighbourhood and identify appropriate principles, policies and guidelines that will guide future change and compatible infill development.

 Four Working Group meetings have been scheduled:

  1. December 9th: Urban Design 101 and High Park Apartment Neighbourhood Character Elements Walk 
  2. January 23rd: Preliminary Findings Discussion 
  3. February 27th: Policy Development Discussion 
  4. April 24th: Finalize Recommendations Discussion 

 The City is also encouraging residents to: 

  1. Submit feedback in writing to the project team
  2. Send a request to City Staff to be added to the project mailing list
  3. Contact our Local Councillor

 For more information, go to:

Get Involved: High Park Apartment Neighbourhood Study


 Stay tuned for updates!