Planning Projects by M.Sc. Planning students

Students in the MSc Planning program work in teams to tackle a real world planning problem by conducting a semester-long project for an external client in one of their core second year courses: PLA1106 Workshop in Planning Practice.

Browse the library below to see some of the final reports for these projects

2017 Projects

  A Community-led Planning Framework for Child and Family Centres in Toronto
Prepared for the City of Toronto
Advised by Toronto Neighbourhood Centres
Prepared by Adwoa Afful, Ana Martins, Natasha Petzold, Anna Shortly
  Defining Neighbourhood Character: An Evaluation Of Character Based Zoning In Ottawa And Brampton
Prepared for Congress for the New Urbanism
Advised by SGL planning & design Inc.
Prepared by Adam Didycz, Tolulope Alabi, Timothy Bristow, Izabela Molendowski
  Lands in Transition: Policy Options for Mitigating Property Tax Volatility Among Small Businesses in Toronto
Prepared for and advised by the City of Toronto
Prepared by Robert Keel, Keir Matthews-Hunter, Rebecca Roach, Haydi Wong
  Portraits of Growth and Intensification
Prepared for the Ontario Growth Secretariat
Advised by Lura Consulting Ltd
Prepared by Tammy Chou, Hiba Hussain, Desiree Liu, Hannah Miller
  Social Procurement in Infrastructure
Prepared for Ministry of Infrastructure
Advised by Graser & Co.
Prepared by Abbas N. Ali, Alison Blagden, Adriana Chang, Arno van Dijk, Madeleine Hicks
  Wildlife in the City: Designing Bird-friendly Roofs in Toronto
Prepared for Toronto Wildlife Centre
Advised by Toronto and Region Conservation Authority
Prepared by Leah Forte, Jonathan Kitchen, Sharon Lam, Clara Shipman, Dani Magsumbol