Knowledge Sharing with a Hamilton Planner
Posted on December 6th, 2019 under Planning
Continuous professional learning broadens and tests our knowledge and understanding of land use planning theories and skills. GSP Group Hamilton Planner Ashley Paton takes her professional learning further by publishing articles and sharing knowledge about Urban Land Institute (ULI) Toronto events that she attends. Below are a few of her most recent articles.
ULI Toronto member profile of Signe Leisk, a Partner at Cassels, Brock and Blackwell LLP, and sessional lecturer at Ryerson School of Urban and Regional Planning. Leisk works in municipal, land use planning, and environmental law, with a focus on land development. She shares her experience working in Municipal planning law and developing and maintaining subject matter proficiency, gender representation in the industry, and the benefits of ULI Toronto’s volunteer engagement and diversity of attendees which enriches the perspective and discussions.
Former Vancouver Chief Planner Larry Beasley discusses his 2019 book Vancouverism with former Toronto Chief Planner Jennifer Keesmaat. They address the planning and policy components involved in the transformation of a city, intensification, transit improvements, and Vancouver’s contribution to Canadian urbanism and collaborative visioning of the “future city.”
Imagine technology to detect how many people are on a floor of an office space to control temperature and lighting, or how to store all the data collected by smart buildings. Recap of the Shark Tank property tech event.