CITY PLANNING FILE NUMBER

08 192870 WET 06 OZ
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This blog was set up by neighbours concerned about development on this site. There is currently a proposal to build seven four storey units (six semis and one single) that would greatly reduce public views of the lake, is partially on green space and lakeside "hazardous lands" and is totally out of character with the neighbourhood. This would require a huge amendment to Toronto's Official Plan and zoning by-laws.

Wednesday, October 21, 2015

MR. ZANINI (DUNPAR) IS GRANTED ABSOLUTE TITLE TO THE G ZONED [PORTION) OF 51 LS DRIVE FOR $70 REGISTRATION FEE!!!!!

Because of the weak-kneed absence of formal objections by the City, the Province and the board at #41 co-op (the adjoining property owners - street, lakebed and neighbour), and because of the million dollar lawsuits levied against nine local residents who filed objections, Mr. Zanini now has absolute title to all of the land at 51 lake Shore Drive except for the bottom two metres that is owned by the Province.


"I can confirm that the applicant (Zanini) has registered a Notice of Application to upgrade his registered title from L TCQ to Absolute Plus by following the procedure in the Land Titles Conversion Qualified (L TCQ) To Land Titles Absolute Plus (L T +)Client Guide. This Client Guide is available on the Government of Ontario website (www.ontario.ca).

The Applicant is already the registered owner of the lands in the application.An application for Absolute Plus must meet a number of requirements prior to final registration in the land registry office. One of these requirements is that there must be no objections to the Notice of Application. I am not familiar with the actual application so I cannot confirm that it will proceed, however, it is my understanding that Objections to the Notice of Application were causing a delay. 

The registration fee for an application for absolute plus is currently $70.00. Upon approval and registration of the application, the land will be upgraded to Land Titles Plus (LT +) and be re-described in accordance with the new reference plan description.


I hope this helps,

Ken

Ken Wilkinson O.L.S. 

Assistant Examiner of  Surveys
Policy and Regulatory Services"

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