David is an urban designer and accredited Landscape Architect (OALA) with a background in landscape architecture and design. David recently completed the Britannia Farm Master Plan Refresh for the Peel District School Board in Mississauga. The Master Plan outlined a strategy to respond to the substantial change in the area over the past few decades such as increased urbanization, planned transit improvements along Hurontario and higher demand for housing and accessible open spaces. David is currently involved in planning and design consulting services for the University of Toronto St. George Campus. His work for the University includes a comprehensive study identifying challenges, opportunities and solutions for campus growth over the next 20 years. Specifically, his role is supporting the design direction for University Urban Design Guidelines and facilitating public engagement with the project.
Midland Downtown Master Plan2014 - 2015
University of Toronto
American Society of Landscape Architects Merit Award, 2001
Canadian Society of Landscape Architects National and Regional Merit Awards, 2001
City of Toronto Architecture and Urban Design Award of Excellence, 2001
Britannia Farm Master Plan Refresh2016 - 2017
Bathurst Quay Neighbourhood Plan
The Bathurst Quay Neighbourhood Plan commenced in January 2015 with the goal of creating a long-term vision for the Bathurst Quay community. The study will develop recommendations for public realm and transportation improvements, pedestrian and cycling connections and facilities, and open space and park facilities. The study will also develop an approach for the future of the Canada Malting silos and address traffic and access issues related to the Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport.