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Urban design is the creation of stimulating, thriving, vibrant buildings, places, spaces and networks that define our community, and the ways people use, interact with and value them. Urban design is concerned not just with appearances and built form, but with the environmental, economic, social and cultural consequences of design. Urban design, as a discipline, draws together many different sectors and professions, and includes both the process of decision-making as well as the outcomes of design.
Urban Design Direction for Bronte Village and Kerr Village (2018)
Oakville Universal Design Standards for Town Facilities (2015) (pdf)
Town of Oakville Streetscape Strategy (2014) (pdf)
Design Guidelines for Stable Residential Communities (2013) (pdf)
Old Bronte Road/Khalsa Gate Streetscape Plan (2012)
North Oakville Urban Design and Open Space Guidelines (2009) (pdf)
Drive-through Facilities Urban Design Study and Guidelines (2003) (pdf)
Manager, Urban Design
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