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June 15, 2004
City of Toronto issues Request for Proposals to Review Union Station Master Plan
  
The City of Toronto today issued a request for proposals (RFP) from qualified
professional consulting firms to conduct a peer review of the existing draft
Union Station Master Plan, develop and undertake a public consultation process
and work with City staff to create a revised draft Union Station Master Plan.

To ensure an independent review, the RFP is not open to any individual or
organization that has provided consulting or other services related to Union
Station to the City, GO Transit, VIA Rail, or the Toronto Transit Commission
within the last four years. The RFP is also not open to any proponent who
responded to the City's 2001 RFP to restore, develop and operate Union Station.

Additional information about RFP no. 9155 04-7248, which closes on July 2, 2004
at noon, is available at http://www.toronto.ca/tenders/proposal.htm The RFP
documents may be picked up at the 17th floor, West Tower, Toronto City Hall at
100 Queen Street West, weekdays between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.

Toronto City Council approved a revised Master Agreement to lease Union Station
to Union Pearson Group on May 20, 2004. The transaction is conditional on the
satisfactory conclusion of the Master Plan review in addition to completion of
other documentation and necessary approvals. Information about the
revitalization plans for Union Station is available at
http://www.toronto.ca/union_station



 

 

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