- 2019 Annual General Meeting Notice
- Local Planning Appeal Support Centre Has Been Cancelled and Is scheduled to be closed on June 30, 2019 – Below are some of the useful support documents it had on its website
- The High Costs of Sprawl: Why Building More Sustainable Communities Will Save Us Time and Money
- Housing Supply Consultation -Submission to Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing – Useful information when you make your submissions
- Cancellation of the Local Planning Appeal Support Centre
- Urban planning primer October 2018 – A useful document produced by the Guildwood Village Community Association
- Queens Park Report 19-02 – Link to Land Use Planning Guides – Everything you need to know about land planning
- FoNTRA Letter to Ontario Government re Bill 66 – Worth a Careful Reading
Local Planning Appeal Support Centre Has Been Cancelled and Is scheduled to be closed on June 30, 2019 – Below are some of the useful support documents it had on its website
Citizens’ Guide 6, Local Planning Appeal TribunalLocal Planning Appeal Support Centre – FAQsLocal Planning Appeal Support Centre – How to appeal a land use planning decisionLocal Planning Appeal Support Centre – How to participate in land use planning
The following publication prepared by Environmental Defence is a good source of information for groups wishing to fight sprawl.
Housing Supply Consultation -Submission to Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing – Useful information when you make your submissions
Less than one year into its operation, the Province has announced that the Local Planning Appeal Support Centre (LPASC) is being shut.
LPASC was launched in April 2018 to help people understand and navigate the land use planning and appeal process in Ontario. The LPASC Act, 2017 mandated the establishment and administration of a cost-effective and efficient system for providing support services, and to establish criteria for determining the eligibility of persons to receive the support. The LPASC has until June 30, 2019 to wind down the business. Effective immediately, LPASC will no longer be accepting new requests for professional services from the public.
The Federation of Urban Neighbourhoods (Ontario) has sent the following letter to the Ontario Government protesting this action.