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GSP Group's annual open house is a networking that attracts over 200 industry professionals.

GSP Group’s annual Open House has evolved into a unique networking event for over 200 industry professionals in the public and private sector who provide a range of services involving land use planning, landscape architecture, design and development. Here are…

As part of World Planning Day, GSP Group Planner Glenn Scheels is presenting Designing our Neighbourhoods: Trends and Influences over 150 years.

Designing our Neighbourhoods: Trends and Influences over 150 Years

Kitchener-Waterloo is the fastest growing tech market in Canada. It’s home to Google’s Canadian headquarters. SIXO Midtown, BarrelYards and other mixed-use urban developments are transforming neighbourhoods into creative communities. The Architectural Conservancy of Ontario, North Waterloo Region Branch, is presenting…

GSP Group Senior Designer Steve Loughran receives a Canadian Association of Certified Professional Planners Award for his work on the Hunt Club Estates Neighbourhood in Cambridge.

Steve Loughran receives design award for Hunt Club Estates

Senior Designer Steve Loughran, CPT, has received the Community Design Award from the Canadian Association of Certified Planning Technicians (CACPT) for his work on the Hunt Club Estates Neighbourhood, a mixed-use community in Cambridge that will contain over 2,400 dwellings….

GSP Group Senior Associate Hugh Handy addresses the importance of cities being partners in land development.

Making it Easier to do Business in Guelph

The City of Guelph completed a five-year Integrated Operational Review to overhaul its planning and economic development process.

Barton-Tiffany Urban Design Study was among the projects examined during the 2016 OPPI Symposium.

OPPI Explores Hamilton's Evolving Waterfront

Brenda Khes and Kevin Muir from GSP Group led a group of planners in a mobile workshop in Hamilton as part of the 2016 OPPI Symposium on Healthy Communities and Planning for the Public Realm.

GSP Group led the planning approvals process for the Hunt Club Neighbourhood.

Hunt Club Neighbourhood Approved in Cambridge

Cambridge City Council has approved a Planning Committee recommendation to develop the 120-hectare Hunt Club Estates Neighbourhood. Approval of an official plan amendment, zoning by-law amendment and two drafts of subdivision allows for 2,400 new homes

Exchange Magazine features how GSP Group has revitalized the urban landscape in Waterloo Region.

GSP Group Revitalizes Region's Urban Landscape

Exchange Magazine spent a morning with GSP Group at our Downtown Kitchener office as we mark our 20th anniversary. We look at our footprint in KW and beyond, and look ahead to growth and revitalization