There is more than enough land for housing.
Municipalities plan for growth 20 to 25 years ahead. In the Greater Golden Horseshoe, enough land has been set aside inside existing urban boundaries for housing construction up to 2031. Currently, regional governments are developing land use plans to 2041, 23 years from now.
The Neptis Foundation, an independent research organization has determined that there is more than enough land to accommodate population growth. If we grow smarter we can house more people, use up less valuable farmland and require less expensive infrastructure. Neptis also illustrates that not only is there enough land, but that our housing needs are changing as households get smaller.