5th Annual Land Development and Planning Forum

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Report Code: REP15024 | 5th Annual Land Development and Planning Forum  | June 2015 | Toronto, ON

Article 1. Ontario Municipal Board – Recent Leading Cases and Appeals: Prohibitions & Performance Standards in Official Plans

Emma Blanchard
Partner, Municipal, Exploration and Land Use Planning Law
Borden Ladner Gervais LLP

Article 2. What’s the Issue? – Recent OMB Cases

Susan D. Rogers
Susan D. Rogers Law

Article 3. Experts Before the OMB

Dennis H. Wood
Partner
Wood Bull LLP

Article 4. Strategy and Justification for Zoning Recommendations

Cynthia MacDougall
Partner
McCarthy Tétrault LLP

Article 5. Flexibility and Justification in Zoning: Oakville inZone Project

Joe Nethery
Manager, Zoning By-Law Project
Town of Oakville

Article 6. Zoning under the Bill 73 Regime

Lynda Townsend
Partner
Weirfoulds LLP

Article 7. The Coordinated Plan Review

Robert Pineo
Niagara Escarpment Program Team Leader
MNRF, Natural Heritage Conservation Policy Branch

Article 8. Surveying Toronto’s Heritage Register

Mary MacDonald
Manager, Heritage Preservation Services, City Planning
City of Toronto

Article 9. Environmental Condition of Land for Subdivision Approval and Dedications

Donna S.K. Shier
Partner
Willms & Shier Environmental Lawyers LLP

Article 10. Walkability in Toronto – Past to Present

Lucy Cameron
Vice President
Diamond Corp

Article 11. Lessons from the Transportation Tomorrow Survey

David Crowley
Transport Planner
David F. Crowley & Associates Ltd

Article 12. What Makes a Global City Competitive? How is Toronto Doing?

Joe Berridge
Partner
Urban Strategies Inc.

Article 13. Land Supply and Mixed Land Use – Means for Affordability

Michael Shapcott
Director
Canadian Alliance to End Homelessness

Article 14. Infill Design – Urban Planning and Redevelopment

Dr. Christopher De Sousa
Director, School of Urban and Regional Planning
Ryerson University

Article 15. “Compatible” vs “The Same As”: Adventures in Heritage Conservation, Neighbourhood Character and Urban Intensification

Dan Currie
Partner & Managing Director, Cultural Heritage Division
MHBC

Article 16. Maintaining the Social Character of Communities

Leah Ross
Project Manager, Tower and Neighbourhood Revitalization
City of Toronto

Article 17. Challenges in Maintaining Neighbourhood Character: The Case of Main Streets

Jessica Wilson
Vice-Chair
The Confederation of Resident and Ratepayer Associations in Toronto