Did We Hear You Right?
Discussion papers have been prepared for ReThink London’s key directions. These eight directions will be the basis for the policies in the new Official Plan. We’d like to check back in with you, the community, to hear if you think that we got it right!
Click below to download and read the overview paper “ReThinking London” and check back for the series of discussion papers that will be “rolled out” over the month of May.
Take a look and give us your input! We want you to tell us how important each of these key directions is to London’s future. Click on the available links below to take you to our feedback page.
A Prosperous City
Connecting the Region
Greener City of London
Culture and Diversity
- Neighbourhoods (May 30, 2013)
- Wise Planning (May 30, 2013)
In addition, copies of the discussion papers will be available for viewing at the Planning Division at 206 Dundas Street, Development Services on the 6th Floor of City Hall, and the reference desk at the Central Library and library branch locations.
You can also email, mail, call in, or fax your comments to:
How We . . .
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Free Event - Register Now!
An evening with Ken Greenberg and the ReThink London Team!
Come join the conversation with Ken Greenberg on Wednesday, June 5 from 7 to 9 pm in the Wolf Performance Hall at the Central Library (251 Dundas Street). Ken will be speaking about what makes cities great. Hear from the ReThink London team on the key directions for London's new Official Plan and rate how important you think the ideas are to the future of London.
Register Here or call 519-661-4980
Ken Greenberg is an architect, urban designer, teacher, writer, former Director of Urban Design and Architecture for the City of Toronto and Principal of Greenberg Consultants. For more information about Ken Greenberg click here.
ReThink Values, Vision, and Directions
On December 4th, the draft ReThink planning values, vision and directions were presented to the Strategic Priorities & Policy Committee (SPCC). Click the links below to review the engagement results so far!