|Author:||etc.,James R. Markusen|
|Title:||Speculation and Monopoly in Urban Development: Analytic Foundations with Evidence for Toronto (Ontario Economic Council research studies ; 10)|
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|Publisher:||University of Toronto Press (April 1978)|
Markusen, James . 1948-. Publication, Distribution, et. Toronto. Published for the Ontario Economic Council by University of Toronto Press, (c)1977.
Markusen, James . Toronto ; Buffalo.
Topics Land subdivision, Real estate development - Ontario - Toronto Metropolitan Area, Real estate development, Real estate investment. PublisherToronto ; Buffalo : Published for the Ontario Economic Council by University of Toronto Press. Collectioninlibrary; printdisabled; trent university;. Digitizing sponsorKahle/Austin Foundation.
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The Ontario Municipal Board is an independent provincial planning appeals body that has wielded major influence on Toronto's urban development. In this book, Aaron A. Moore examines the effect that the OMB has had on the behaviorand relationships of Toronto's main political actors, including city planners, developers, neighbourhood associations, and local politicians. Moore's findings draw on a quantitative analysis of all OMB decisions and settlements from2000 through 2006, as well as eight in-depth casestudies. The rest of council will almost always support the decision of a councillor on issues of planning within their own ward (Moore 2013). One observer referred to the ward system in Toronto as it pertains to planning and development as " forty-four separate fiefdoms " (quoted in Moore 2013: 154).