Join us on Wednesday January 17 at 6 p.m. in Memorial Hall, City Hall for a special town hall meeting exploring the role of intensification as Kingston continues to experience growth.
The town hall is intended to provide council and members of the public the opportunity to learn from Brent Toderian, former chief planner for the City of Vancouver and award-winning city planning consultant, and offer thoughts on growth and intensification in Kingston.
Here’s more about Brent:
Brent Toderian, of TODERIAN UrbanWORKS, is a renowned practitioner in advanced urbanism, city planning and urban design. He consults for cities and forward-thinking developers across Canada and the globe. Brent was also manager of Centre City Planning + Design, chief subdivision and neighbourhood planner, in Calgary, Alberta. He is also an award-winning planning and design consultant for nine years at the beginning of his career in Ontario, with projects ranging from Toronto to Yellowknife. Brent is the founding and current president of the Council for Canadian Urbanism, Canada's only regular radio columnist on "City-Making" with CBC Radio, a writer for the Huffington Post and many other publications, and a highly sought-after international collaborator, speaker and teacher on advanced urbanism.
I hope to see you on January 17!