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May 19, 2005
Nathan Phillips Square public consultations continue
  
Torontonians will have another opportunity to provide input and ideas to
revitalize Nathan Phillips Square at the second of two public information
workshops that are part of a series of consultations leading up to an
international design competition.

The public information workshop will be held on Wednesday, May 25 from 6:30 to
9 p.m.

The public will also have a hands-on opportunity to contribute ideas to
revitalize the Square at a creative workshop on Saturday, June 4 between 10
a.m. and 3:30 p. m., which will include a panel discussion and a tour of Nathan
Phillips Square. Members of the public interested in attending the creative
workshop must register in advance by e-mail to nps@lura.ca or fax 416-536-3453 (Attention: NPS).

The public consultations will conclude with a town hall meeting on Wednesday,
June 22 from 7 to 9:30 p.m.

All three events will be held in the Council Chamber and Members’ Lounge at
Toronto City Hall, 100 Queen St. W.

Concepts and ideas brought forward during the consultations will help to form
the terms of reference for the international design competition to be launched
this fall. The competition will invite architects, landscape architects,
artists, planners, engineers and other professionals to submit design proposals
to revitalize Nathan Phillips Square and its existing facilities in order to
enable the delivery of a greater number and variety of events.

More information about the creative workshop and the design competition is
available at www.toronto.ca/npsquarecompetit ion.


Media contact:

Sheila Glazer
Facilities and Real Estate Division
416-392-0879



 

 

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