Encouraging a Sense of Connection and Inclusion in our Neighbourhood
Be Part of Your Community
The TPRA supports measured development in our community as permitted by Toronto’s Official Plan and zoning bylaws. Where proposed developments exceed that threshold, the TPRA advocates for direct communication between developers and affected
neighbours to reach a compromise solution. The TPRA encourages protection of the aspects of our community that we value so highly and that attract new residents - the mature trees, spacious set-backs from the street and adjacent houses, soft landscaping with green space, and lower density residential development that sustains the natural environment.
Greening your Home!
Join Chris Phillips, President of the alternative renovations firm Greening Homes, as he provides guidance and insight on the steps to follow -- and what to look for -- when undertaking a truly "green" renovation project. Chris, who is an expert in sustainable building and design, and who holds a Masters degree in Building Science, will help you cut through the greenwashing and put you on the right track toward renovating responsibly.
The TPRA intends to join forces with the other residents’ associations that are opposed to the proposal. We will host a TPRA wide virtual meeting on this topic and about high- rise development on Yonge Street north of Lawrence generally. Be on the lookout for our street signs for dates of virtual meetings and milestone dates of high-rise development proposals.
Review our Letter of Opposition
Send letters to our local councilors using our form letter provided.