The Richmond Hill Regional Centre, focused north and east around the juncture of Highway 7 and Yonge Street in the Town of Richmond Hill, has been identified by the Province of Ontario as an Urban Growth Centre and a Mobility Hub. Supported by the planned convergance of five major modes of public transit, the Regional Centre is poised to become “Union Station North”, an attractive place for new residential and office investment, and will be one of the primary places to focus growth and investment in the future.
To plan for this growth and change, Urban Strategies worked with the Town of Richmond Hill to conduct a land use and urban design study for the Richmond Hill Regional Centre as part of its Official Plan review process. The overall goal of the study was to establish a strategy to facilitate growth of the Regional Centre as a new, urban-scaled, transit oriented community built around an inter-modal transit hub and Urban Growth Centre as designated by the Provincial Growth Plan legislation for the Greater Golden Horseshoe. Urban Strategies was subsequently retained by the Town to prepare the Secondary Plan for the area.
Surrey Centre Block Master Plan2018 - 2019
Region of Durham Social Housing2020 - present
Eglinton East Planning Study – Phase 12018 - present
East Warren/Cadieux Neighborhood Plan
Jericho/ʔəy̓alməxw/Iy̓álmexw Lands Comprehensive Development Concept Plan2020 – Ongoing
CMHC National Housing Strategy2019-2020
3411 and 3429 Bloor Street West2016 - Present
Master planning a 500-acre former airfield area into a new vibrant, resilient and green neighbourhood in Toronto.