Re-development

 

This neighbourhood is changing – demographics are shifting, the community is aging, institutions are expanding, condos are going up, housing prices are rising, the Atkinson Co-op (formerly known as Alexandra Park Housing) is about to be revitalized and communities with long histories like the Kensington Market and Chinatown are transforming.

Scadding Court Community Centre, the Sanderson Library and the Alexandra Park Neighbourhood Learning Centre are starting to plan for these changes by exploring options for redeveloping our site. We are embarking on a long process to create a place for ourselves in this community’s future. We are exploring partnerships and options for how to give the city improved public assets so that we can expand and improve our services, without costing the city a dime.

Change is inevitable but also can be good.  What’s important is that people get involved. Anyone who would like to be kept informed can join our redevelopment mailing list so that we can update you as the process unfolds.

Where We Are So Far:

Redevelopment Process Details

SCCC Community Consultation Report Feb 8, 2011

Community Council Decision Nov 2, 2011
On November 2nd, the Toronto and East York Community Council adopted an action item that asked City staff to initiate a planning study on the potential redevelopment of the Scadding Court Community Centre and Sanderson Library site.

Redevelopment and Revitalization Planning Study, Nov 27, 2012
As directed by council, the City Planning division conducted a planning study to develop principles for the revitalization and redevelopment of the Scadding Court Community Centre, including surrounding community uses. This Study was completed and passed by council on November 27, 2012. For more information on the study, contact Graig Uens; the principle City Planner for the study, by email: guens@toronto.ca; or by phone: 416-397-4647.

An interdivisional committee to explore how to advance, May 6 2014
In April of 2014, a motion was moved at Toronto and East York Community Council to direct SDFA and Planning to strike, and jointly lead, an interdivisional committee to explore how to advance the Scadding Court redevelopment. This motion passed at Council on May 6, 2014 without amendments. For the decision history, please visit: http://app.toronto.ca/tmmis/viewAgendaItemHistory.do?item=2014.TE31.86


For more information about SCCC’s redevelopment, contact Alina at alina@scaddingcourt.org or 416-392-0335 ext. 230