Engagement

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City-Building cannot be achieved independently.
By its very nature, it takes true collaboration and strong relationships.

We aim to build engaged participation to balance interests and create a shared purpose.

City-Building at Build Toronto cannot be achieved independently. By its very nature, it takes true collaboration and strong relationships.

Bringing together community members and other stakeholders is at the core of achieving our City-Building strategic priority of engagement.

We strive to be transparent with our actions and inclusive in how we communicate with our Councillors, the communities they serve, city staff and all development stakeholders. This process of engagement allows for optimal collaboration throughout all stages of a projects life.

Since 2010, Build Toronto has been actively collaborating with various stakeholders. To date, there have been approximately:

72 community meetings held

4,300 community members engaged with in person

Active discussions with our stakeholders:

A circular graphic that outlines the key stakeholders at Build Toronto
Bringing together community members and other stakeholders is at the core of achieving our City-Building strategic priority of engagement.

*Engagement data reflected from approximate estimates gathered from the community engagement Build Toronto has held or participated in to date across its sold and current projects as at December 31, 2016.

One of the most important things we can do to ensure the success of a development project is to work collaboratively with the groups and individuals these developments touch.

– Bill Bryck, President & CEO, Build Toronto

City-Building at Build Toronto

Build Toronto wins 2017 Brownie Award – New Eva’s Phoenix (Toronto, ON)

On Wednesday, November 22, the Canadian Brownfields Network announced the winning and shortlisted projects and programs for the 2017 Brownie Awards. Read... Read more

Build Toronto Celebrates the Official Opening of 75 Billy Bishop Way, Shops at Wilson Station

On November 23, 2017, Build Toronto in collaboration with Councillor David Shiner, Build Toronto Board Chair and Ward 24 Councillor and Councillor Maria Augimeri,... Read more

Etobicoke Civic Centre Approved at City Council

Build Toronto is pleased to announce City Council has accepted the Adamson Associate Architects | Henning Larsen Architects | PMA Landscape Architects... Read more

Third Pre-Application Public Community Meeting Held for Richview Square + 4620 Eglinton Ave. W.

On Wednesday November 1, 2017, Build Toronto, in collaboration with Trinity Development Group, Councillor Campbell and our community facilitation partners, Brook Pooni... Read more