How it comes together

The Preliminary Queen Street East Precinct Plan is a product of cross-department and agencies collaborations.

Building upon extensive review of relevant background technical documents and interviews with members of City Council, staff has conducted consultation including:

  • engagement through the Urbanizing Suburbia event with the Urban Land Institute
  • a series of co-design workshops with municipal staff from various departments, the Region of Peel and local agencies
  • engagement with industry stakeholders and affordable housing developers

Events & Meetings:

November 12, 2019
Urban Land Institute Urbanizing Suburbia


Growth Chart – PM Network
NRU – Jan 2020
NRU – Feb 2002
Toronto Star​ - March 5, 2020. Can we Fix Toronto’s Transit by 2030?

“Brampton, the suburban community northwest of Toronto whose population of about 600,000 is expecte​d to grow to one million over the next 20 years, is leading the way. It has designs to create a “20-minute neighbourhood” along a two-kilometre stretch of Queen St. East between Highway 410 and Etobicoke Creek. The idea is that residents will able to access their workplace, school, grocery store and other essentials within a 20-minute walk or transit trip.” – Toronto Star article, Can we Fix Toronto’s Transit by 2030.

Urban Land – March 2020 Driving Dense and Sustainable Growth in Toronto’s Thriving Suburbs

This page will be updated with opportunities to be involved with this initiative.

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Questio​ns or comm​ents? Contact:

​Dalia Bahy, Urban Designer