Neil Loewen is an Urban Planner with a background in Landscape Architecture and urbanism. He has professional experience in development approvals and transportation planning. He has also been involved in planning research and public engagement through a variety of projects.
At Urban Strategies, Neil has contributed to a number of projects, including the Princeton University Campus Master Plan, Eglinton Crosstown West Extension, and multiple development approvals in Mississauga and Toronto. Neil has undertaken reviews of planning policy as well as performing a project management role. Neil’s ability to efficiently coordinate complex projects and dynamic consultant teams has been an asset to his work at Urban Strategies.
Neil previously performed research at the Toronto Centre for Active Transportation in the production of two publications and a community-based active transportation vision for the neighbourhoods of Thorncliffe Park and Flemingdon Park, in Toronto. His volunteer work in creative urbanism has included public design charrettes and pop-up engagement, as well as helping to launch Ryerson’s High School Outreach Program.