For our next phase of engagement for Quayside, Waterfront Toronto is embarking on a consultation process for the forthcoming Master Innovation and Development Plan (MIDP) proposal. The MIDP will bring forward a vision, concept plan and a business case. It will be a proposal for our consideration and evaluation, not a final plan or a formal planning application. The feedback provided from public consultations will inform Waterfront Toronto’s evaluation of the MIDP.
We are creating new opportunities to get your feedback. The next public consultation will be announced following the submission of the MIDP to Waterfront Toronto. Get notifications about this and other events by signing up to our newsletter, connecting with us on Facebook, Twitter, or checking back here for details later in the Spring.
Join us! Waterfront Toronto and the Toronto Public Library are co-hosting a Public Meeting on Digital Neighbourhoods and Digital Literacy. They will be joined by Digital Justice Lab, Tech Reset Canada, and other groups involved in digital issues in cities. Together we will share and discuss information on how digital technologies are influencing (and will continue to influence) how cities work.
Quayside Stakeholder Advisory Committee (SAC)
The SAC is a small, focused group made up of representatives from interested and affected stakeholders and organizations as well as those with specific expertise related to the project. The Quayside SAC has already had three meetings since its inception in late 2018.
The SAC plays a critical role by:
- Acting as a sounding board for the project team to share and discuss ideas and findings
- Providing guidance, critiques and suggestions on proposed approaches, concepts and materials
- Proving a sense of the broader community’s reactions and concerns and how they might be addressed
- Providing a forum for two-way communications between member’s organizations and the project team