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The City is launching the next phase of its work to develop a secondary plan for North King’s Town (NKT) – the Inner Harbour and Old Industrial areas just north of downtown. There is a lot of interest in the future of this area that has such a rich history and so much potential. We all want the plans for this part of Kingston to realize the community vision that was established during the...

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See urban planning expert Brent Toderian’s full presentation here We are so excited that last week’s visit by urban planning expert Brent Toderian has everyone talking about how to best grow Kingston. Those interested in urban planning may have long felt themselves to be either pro-development or pro-heritage preservation – as if both these needs could not be met at once. Brent Toderian’s...

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"What matters is the plan." – see more of what Brent Toderian had to say in this video. Last week’s visit by urban planning expert Brent Toderian offered a lot of food for thought for the City and the community. He told us that Kingston must focus on getting our plans right so that these guiding documents target the right kinds of intensification in the right areas and, perhaps most...

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A huge thank you for the intense interest in last evening’s presentation by Brent Toderian, former chief planner for the City of Vancouver and award-winning city planning consultant. The fantastic turnout demonstrates our community cares deeply about how we grow Kingston and increase its density. The questions were very insightful and showed the great level of interest participants have in...

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Brent Toderian, former chief planner for the City of Vancouver and award-winning city planning consultant, is in Kingston for Wednesday’s town hall on growth and intensification and the Climate Change Symposium on Friday.   Planning staff is taking advantage of him being in town to talk about the challenges and opportunities in Kingston. Today a group of planning staff braved the...

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<strong>Paige Agnew</strong>
Paige Agnew
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