Citizen politics, unlike party politics, does not seek to change government, but to improve it by watchfulness, oversight and advice
- Ursula Franklin

Community Consultation – U of T Revised Secondary Plan

April 5 at 6:30 pm – University of Toronto St. George Campus: Reviewing the Revised Secondary Plan

This fourth meeting in a series on a proposed new plan for the University of Toronto St George Campus and surrounding area, including Queen’s Park and other Provincial government lands, will focus on reviewing the revised plan, including policies for parks and open spaces, heritage conservation, new development and mobility. City staff will use your feedback to help inform the development of the final plan.

The University will provide an overview of the revised proposal and City Planning staff will provide some preliminary comments. There will then be a chance for you to ask questions and provide feedback to City staff and the applicant.

Date: April 5, 2018
Time: 6:30 p.m.
Place: Faculty of Social Work Building, 246 Bloor Street West, 5th Floor, Room SK548

The University of Toronto has submitted an Official Plan Amendment application to establish a new University of Toronto St. George Campus Secondary Plan that would replace the existing Secondary Plan for the area. The purpose of the Secondary Plan is to provide a policy framework to manage change and guide new development in the area.
For information on the proposal, please visit:

UTS Parkette Design Charrette – March 8 at 7:00 pm

Neighbourhood Design Charrette
Planning the Huron Washington Parkette

March 8, 2018 at 7:00 pm

University of Toronto Schools
371 Bloor St West – Room 135

Please join us and provide input to the architects and landscape architects
designing the renewed Huron Washington Parkette.


UTS Construction Project Meeting – Jan 8, 2018

University of Toronto Schools (UTS) is in the process of designing a renovation and new addition to the existing school.

Huron Sussex residents are invited to attend an information session on January 8, 2018 at 6:30 pm in Room 137, at UTS (371 Bloor Street West at Huron) to learn about the most recent construction programme and dates.

For further information:
Please visit the U of T Faculty Housing website.

U of T Construction Updates in Huron Sussex

We have created a new page on the website (under Pages section here)  specifically for U of T related construction updates for projects that are now, or will soon be, underway including the Robarts Common addition on Huron Street, the Laneway Pilot Housing Project on the laneway behind Huron St between Glen Morris and Sussex Avenue, and the UTS development adjacent to the Huron-Washington Park. The link takes you to the U of T Faculty Housing website.

Huron-Sussex Neighbourhood Housing Consultation on November 22 at 7:30 pm

Huron-Sussex Neighbourhood Housing  Consultation
November 22, 2017 7:30-9:30pm
St. Thomas Anglican Church, Church Hall, 383 Huron Street


The University of Toronto has retained NBLC and Brook McIlroy to develop a housing strategy for the St. George Campus. This study focuses on family housing (not single student housing) within the Huron-Sussex and Charles and Yonge Street communities. The goal is to create a vision for this unique and diverse housing portfolio that will support the future growth of stable and successful communities.

In 2014, a Neighbourhood Plan was created for the Huron-Sussex neighbourhood, which consists of more than 80 properties that house a mix of long-term residents, new faculty, visiting faculty and a few student families. The Plan provides recommendations for physical changes to this community, including laneway housing, new mid-rise buildings and public space enhancements. The Housing Strategy will augment this Plan by developing a vision for occupancy and resident composition.


We would like your input on draft directions for the University of Toronto Housing Study for the St. George Campus. Please attend the upcoming public consultation for the Huron-Sussex neighbourhood to discuss your vision for housing in your community! Participation for the entire 2 hour session is not required.

No previous consultation attendance is required. A supervised children’s activity table will be provided.