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Peter Pantalone

Urban Planner

Peter is an Urban Planner and a Candidate Member of the Ontario Professional Planners Institute. He has worked across diverse contexts, and with a range of clients, including private developers, local and provincial governments, public institutions and individual homeowners.

Through his project work, Peter has a developed a strong familiarity with the planning approvals process. He has also been involved in appeal proceedings before the Local Planning Appeal Tribunal, the Toronto Local Appeal Body, and the Conservation Review Board. At Urban Strategies, Peter is involved in several planning applications, development feasibility studies, highest-and-best-use analyses and LPAT appeals.

Peter’s professional practice is centered around the importance of achieving environmental, social and economic benefits through collaborative land use planning. He is an advocate for heritage conservation and has been involved with several successful adaptive re-use projects including the Waterworks Building Redevelopment in Toronto’s King-Spadina Neighbourhood. In addition, Peter regularly contributes to trade and academic publications on a range of planning, development and policy issues.