ULI Toronto: New Rules of Engagement? Planning and Development in Doug Ford's Ontario


Thursday, November 26th, 2020
12:00pm - 1:30pm EST




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Well past the midway point of the Doug Ford government’s first term, the planning and development landscape has transformed in Ontario. Renewed public policy interest in building more transit, housing and urban intensification, including recently passed legislation and widening use of Ministerial Zoning Orders (MZO), promises to significantly reduce the development approval process in order to facilitate housing supply, affordability and mass transit.  
But is this legislative and political landscape shift resulting in an emerging new consensus among local municipalities, developers and community stakeholders about how the development process and infrastructure planning should work in the Greater Golden Horseshoe? Join ULI Toronto for this evolving and timely discussion to hear industry experts address these issues head on in a three part panel discussion.
Jason Bevan, Planning Strategies Director, City of Mississauga
Councillor Brad Bradford, Beaches-East York, City of Toronto
Tim Cane, Director of Growth, Town of Innisfil 
Gary Gregoris, Senior VP, Land Operations, Mattamy Homes 
Heather Grey-Wolf, SVP, Development & Stakeholder Relations, Capital Developments
Mitch Gascoyne, VP, Development, CentreCourt Developments
Ian Graham, Publisher, NRU Publishing
Aidan Grove-White, Manager, Municipal Affairs, StrategyCorp
John Matheson, Principal, StrategyCorp
Meaghan McDermid, Partner, Davies Howe LLP
Jennifer Pagliaro, City Hall Bureau, Toronto Star
Robert Walter-Joseph, Planner, Gladki Planning Associates
David Wilkes, President & CEO, BILD