Inger Squires is an urban planner, with varied experience managing planning projects for institutions, public and private sector clients. Inger specializes in Ontario planning policy, with a focus on large-scale redevelopment and complex sites. Her portfolio includes a highly regarded report for the RPCO on reforming the Ontario Municipal Board and the multi-award-winning University of Ottawa Campus Master Plan. She was the project manager and planner on several high-profile projects including the redevelopment of 2280 Dundas St W for Choice Properties REIT, the Port Lands Acceleration Initiative, and the Toronto GM Mobility Campus for General Motors of Canada Company. On a smaller scale, she provided planning services and facilitated the community consultation for the City of Toronto’s Distillery District and Kensington Market HCD studies. She is currently managing the approvals process for several development applications in Toronto including the three retirement home developments for DCMS Realty Inc., a Campus Master Plan for Centennial College’s Ashtonbee campus and is currently working for Sidewalk Labs Toronto for their Master Plan Concept in Quayside. She is adept at community facilitation and consensus building and has managed a number of community consultation events throughout the Greater Toronto Area and has provided her professional planning evidence at the OMB/LPAT. Inger is a full member of the Canadian Institute of Planners and Ontario Professional Planners Institute (OPPI).
Infrastructure Ontario Vendor of Record2011 - Ongoing
Urban Strategies is providing urban planning expertise related to master planning, policy, and the regulatory framework.
Queen’s University2010 - 2014