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July 28, 2017 tweet from Jennifer Keesmaat‏ @jen_keesmaat talks up new Official Plan Indicators

Tweet from Chief Planner, City of Toronto, July 28, 2017: jennifer keesmaat‏ @jen_keesmaat We’re often pressured to focus more on the *speed* of planning approvals, than the outcome. So we created new Official Plan Indicators. Comment Anything that makes the Official Plan clear and unambiguous warrants celebration.  

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Recent emails (Brian Liberty; Jennifer Keesmaat; David Godley) concerned with urgent Long Branch urban planning matters

On May 10, 2015 Brian Liberty of Long Branch wrote: Hello everyone, A happy Sunday to you, and Happy Mother’s day to those celebrating. On Friday, David Godley received an email (see below) from the City’s Chief Planner, Jennifer Keesmaat in response to his meeting summary that was sent following the May 4th community meeting. […]

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Letter from David Godley to John Livey, Deputy City Manager, and Jennifer Keesmaat, Chief Planner, City of Toronto

Dear John and Jennifer, Long Branch has a hearing in its historic centre. There are 8 listed buildings on the street. Two alien detached houses on 8m frontage lots are proposed. Previously Etobicoke Local Planners have used a study area to determine character. They have overlooked the “nearby massing” (density, setbacks, placement) in the OP. […]

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Jennifer Keesmaat speaks at Wed., May 29, 2013 Toronto Heritage Board meeting: How Heritage fits with the vision for planning and development

Message from David Juliusson I’m pleased to share with you the following message from David Juliusson about an upcoming presentation (Committee Room 1, City Hall) by Jennifer Keesmaat related to heritage preservation: Hi Jaan I thought you might find Item 1 interesting. It is a presentation by Jennifer Keesmaat the new Chief Planner and Exec Director […]

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Article in April 17, 2013 The Grid highlights work of of City of Toronto chief planner Jennifer Keesmaat

You can access a recent article in The Grid about City of Toronto chief planner Jennifer Keesmaat here. The headline and subhead read as follows: Rules of engagement Chief planner Jennifer Keesmaat ostensibly reports to city council, but she’s taking her urbanism-themed message about the future of Toronto straight to the public in a way none […]

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March 1, 2013 Globe and Mail article profiles Jennifer Keesmaat, Toronto’s new chief planner (Marcus Gee)

A March 1, 2013 Globe and Mail profile of Jennifer Keesmaat, Toronto’s new chief planner, opens with the following headline and paragraph: Toronto’s new chief planner is a breath of fresh air in a stuffy bureaucracy City hall likes its unelected officials bland and obedient. Most of them are happy to play the part, keeping […]