Invitation: Update on the City of Toronto, Toronto Building Program Review

This email is intended for City of Toronto Resident/Ratepayer/Community Associations.

If you are interested in participating on behalf of the West Bend Community Association, please send an email to info@thewestbend.ca so we can submit your name

 

Toronto Building is the City of Toronto’s division responsible for enforcing provincial and municipal building regulations and bylaws. As you may be aware, we have been working with KPMG to conduct a comprehensive review of Toronto Building’s building permit and inspection process.

 

The review involves an in-depth look at how we currently operate, with the goal of developing an enhanced and resilient service delivery model that meets the needs of applicants and the public. Last summer we held an online survey to gather feedback from resident and community associations about your interactions with Toronto Building, including the challenges you face and opportunities to do things better.

 

We are writing to invite you, or a representative of your organization to participate in an update on the Toronto Building Program Review

with

Will Johnston, P.Eng., Chief Building Official and Executive Director, Toronto Building,

on

February 22, 2021, from 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.

 

You may RSVP to this meetiing until February 18, 2021.

 

To allow an opportunity for dialogue, we request that no more than two people participate from each organization.

 

A meeting invitation will be sent to attendees on February 21, 2021.

The City is using the online tool WebEx to support public engagement activities, including this meeting.

More information on using WebEx may be found here.

 

 

Our current contact list may be incomplete. However, we want to ensure that this invitation is extended to any resident/ratepayer/community associations who may wish to participate. Please share this email with City of Toronto resident associations in your network.

 

 

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