6175, 6183 KINGSTON RD & 1, 2, 4, 5, 7, 10 & 11 FRANKLIN AVE. 

A preliminary report has been prepared to supplement the preliminary report (dated May 27, 2014) for 6175, 6183 Kingston Road & 1, 2, 4, 5 and 10 Franklin Avenue. Additional lands (7 and 11 Franklin Avenue) have been added to the applications to amend the Official Plan, relevant Zoning by-laws and to obtain plan of subdivision approval. These applications are required in order to permit the revised proposal for a 44 unit residential redevelopment. An associated draft plan of subdivision is under review to facilitate the creation of new lots, blocks and a new public road.

Link to preliminary staff report; www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2017/sc/bgrd/backgroundfile-102869.pdf

This item SC22.16 will be considered at the May 2, 2017 Scarborough Community Council meeting.  

Link to item SC22.16;

A recommendation in the preliminary report is to convene a public consultation meeting.  Once a date and venue have been established, notices will be distributed to local area residents and posted on this website.


This is a draft plan of subdivision application to permit 22 single detached residential dwelling lots on a new public road. A related rezoning application 16 240218 ESC 44 OZ has also been submitted for this development proposal.

The application is currently under review with Community Planning.

Updates and further details on this application can be viewed at:


An application has been submitted for a zoning by-law amendment to enable the development of a 12-storey mixed use building, with a 4-storey plus rooftop amenity section closest to the rear of the site. The existing zoning permits maximum building heights of 8-storeys plus rooftop mechanical penthouses. The proposal includes of 98 residential units (47 one-bedroom units and 51 two-bedroom units) and 200 square metres of retail area at grade. The total gross floor area proposed is 9,397 sq. m., with an FSI of 4.17. A driveway is proposed along the east side of the site, connecting to a ramp at the back of the site which leads to two levels of underground parking providing a total of 102 vehicular parking spaces for residential uses. A loading space is proposed along the east side of the building perpendicular to the driveway.

A public consultation meeting was held in November, 2016

Link to preliminary staff report: www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2016/sc/bgrd/backgroundfile-95277.pdf  

Updates & further details on this application can be viewed at: 


This application proposes Zoning By-law amendments in order to permit the development of the subject site for the construction of a single storey 743 square metre (7,998 square foot) warehouse building and an outdoor concrete drying pad for the purpose of drying, sorting and separating recyclable material/debris extracted from municipal storm sewers for ultimate transfer to another location for further processing.  A total of 10 vehicular surface parking spaces are alsoproposed.

The application should proceed through the standard planning review process including the scheduling of a community consultation meeting. A final report and public meeting is targeted for the 4th quarter of 2017 assuming that all required information is provided by the applicant in a timely manner and all issues raised during the review process are resolved.

Note:  A community consultation meeting was held on: Tuesday, April 25 at the Port Union Community Centre 

Meeting Notice: www.ronmoeser.ca/COMMUNITY-MEETINGS.php 

35 Auto Mall Drive (Costco)

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Draft plan of subdivision for a retail power centre and alteration of Auto Mall Drive.  The Ontario Municipal Board approved the official plan and zoning by-law amendment in November of 2014.  The application is moving forward and a revised plan is expected in 2017.

363 Old Kingston Road

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This application originally dates back to 2010 and a public consultation meeting was held in November of 2010.  The site is located in the Highland Creek Village on the south-east corner of Old Kingston Rd & Morrish Rd.  It is currently a vacant parking lot. The development will consist of a 3 storey, 39 residential unit mixed use (residential-commercial) building having 183 sq. m. of commercial floor space on the ground level and 53 below grade parking spaces. Final approvals have been issued and building permits are currently in the review process.


This site plan application is to permit the redevelopment of the north-west area of the site. 48 stacked apartment units contained within two new 3-storey buildings are proposed. Also proposed is the conversion of some of the retail units in the base of the existing 12-storey condominium apartment building to accommodate 10 residential units. A total of 58 residential units is proposed. Some additional area for ground floor retail is also proposed.

Updates and further details on this application can be viewed at: 


6480-6484 Kingston Road:

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The applicant proposes to amend the Zoning By-law and obtain draft plan of subdivision approval in order to permit the redevelopment of 6480-6484 Kingston Road with a total of 12 new residential dwelling units comprised of 3 townhouse units fronting Kingston Road and 9 detached units fronting a newly proposed 16.5 metre (54 foot) wide public street.

A Community Consultation Meeting Date is Pending

1  Dean Park Road

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Proposed rezoning to permit the development of 2 additional 14-storey rental apartment buildings on an existing rental apartment site containing a 16-storey rental apartment building and 2 blocks of rental townhouses. A total of 355 new units are proposed. An associated Rental Housing Demolition and Conversion Application to demolish the free-standing townhouse block containing 3 rental units has been filed and is currently under review.

On March 22nd, an expanded public meeting was held to present this proposal.  In attendance were the developers representatives, Scarborough Community Planning staff and approximately 100 residents.  Major concerns expressed by area residents related to density, heights and traffic issues.  Also, potential impacts on adjacent streets, surrounding properties and open space.  These concerns are also shared by my office, as well, as Community Planning.  The application is in the early stages and is currently in the review/consultation process.  Further updates will be shared with residents as soon as they become available.

Update, February 2017; In the most recent communication with the applicant, Community Planning staff indicated concerns with heights and vehicular access to the proposed development.  To date, the applicant has not responded with a revised plan.   

  7437, 7439, 7441 Kingston Road (Retail)

This site is located on Kingston Road east of Port Union Road on the vacant lots adjacent to McDonald's.
The applications propose to permit three one-storey commercial buildings on the site. The buildings are referred to as Buildings A, B and C on the site plan submitted with the applications.
The proposed uses for these buildings would be retail/commercial.

Link to Preliminary staff report: