A secondary plan works as a part of the official plan (The London Plan) and contains policies and land use designations that are more specific in nature and apply to a contiguous area. The purpose of the Old East Village Dundas Street Corridor Secondary Plan is to build on the policies of The London Plan and to provide more specific direction for development and projects within the study area. This land use policy, once adopted, will direct future development within the secondary plan area (shown below).
What other projects are happening in the area?
The secondary plan area overlaps with several projects currently underway:
- London’s future bus rapid transit system
- An upcoming infrastructure renewal project along Dundas Street between Adelaide Street and Ontario Street
- The Downtown East-West Cycling Feasibility Study
- Proposed development
The secondary plan study will take into consideration the future outcomes of these projects.
Who is undertaking the secondary plan study?
City Planning has retained Urban Strategies Inc. to undertake this study and is working closely with Transportation Planning and Design as well as WSP to incorporate the results of the East-West Bikeway Evaluation into the policies of the secondary plan.
How do I stay informed on the secondary plan study?
Check this website occasionally for updates. As the project progresses, we will be posting new information. If you would like to receive email updates, please contact Kerri Killen at firstname.lastname@example.org and ask to be added to the notification list.
Draft Secondary Plan
The Draft Old East Village Dundas Street Corridor Secondary Plan is now available to download.
City Planning staff will be gathering your feedback on the draft Secondary Plan and refining the policies in the coming weeks. Please see the “Provide your feedback” tab for information on how to submit your comments.
Provide Your Feedback
If you have comments or questions about the Old East Village Dundas Street Corridor Secondary Plan that are not related to cycling infrastructure, please email email@example.com.
If you have comments or questions specific to the Downtown OEV East-West Bikeway or cycling infrastructure, loading, and on-street parking on Dundas Street, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
How do I find out more or submit comments about the Downtown East-West Cycling Feasibility Study?
Transportation Planning and Design has retained WSP to undertake the Downtown East-West Cycling Feasibility Study. You can find out more about this project and submit comments through the project webpage.