The City of Toronto Real Estate Services Division, together with City Planning, and Economic Development & Culture Division, are collecting feedback on potential futures uses of 677 Wellington Street West (the Wellington Destructor).
The Wellington Destructor was built in 1925 as a large purpose-built brick garbage incinerator. The site was in active use until incineration of solid waste was halted in the mid-1970s, when it became a waste transfer station. The transfer station has been decommissioned for decades, and the site has been vacant since. The property was listed on the City of Toronto heritage register in June of 2005 by City Council and is subject to heritage policies for its conservation. The building has since been mothballed to prevent further deterioration, and secured to prevent entry.
New uses are required to revitalize the building, celebrate the heritage, and meet a number of civic objectives.
Public participation is an important part of the process to determine the appropriate future uses for the Wellington Destructor.
The survey should take about 10 minutes to complete. Your responses to this survey are anonymous and will be kept confidential.
The survey is available from April 11 to May 16, 2017.
Other ways to provide your input:
If you prefer to provide your responses to this survey by telephone interview, please contact Alexandra Weiss, Real Estate Services, by phone at 416-392-3909.