Click here to read an April 10, 2013 Globe and Mail article highlighting development issues facing the Toronto District School Board as it seeks to develop properties to generate money for maintenance of its buildings.
“We think streets are good boundaries”
David Oikawa is manager of the midtown section of City of Toronto Planning:
“We think streets are good boundaries, because there can be no dispute whether you’re on one side of the street or the other,” Mr. Oikawa said. “As soon as you’re saying, ‘we just want what’s allowed across the street,’ then the person who’s behind that property is going to say, ‘I just want what’s next to me.’ So it would just keep going and going and going.”