A series of posters created for Stage 3 the Design Proposal phase of ENVS439 Making Places. They present a land use, townscape, connectivity, landscape, and public realm site plans. The posters, along with a separate presentation, received a 73, a distinction. Prepared in December 2017.
A poster created with a team of three other students as part of the Stage 2 development appraisal assignment for ENVS439 Making Places. It highlights proposals to transform the neighborhood into a new St. James District. The poster, along with the separate report, presentation, and financial analysis for the Mill Corner building; earned a 72, … Continue reading
Posters created with a team of three other students as part of the Stage 1 area appraisal for ENVS439 Making Places. They describe the strengths, weaknesses, and opportunities for the area according to urban design principles. The entire assignment, which included a separate presentation, earned a 72, a distinction. Prepared in November 2016.
A report prepared with a team of five other students as part of the Stage 2 assignment for ENVS467 Spatial Planning in Action. It summarizes the findings from Stage 1, presents new Vision, Objectives, and Strategic Policies; proposes a set of management measures and actions, and provides illustrative projects and delivery plans. The report received … Continue reading
A report prepared with a team of five other students as part of the Stage 1 assignment for ENVS467 Spatial Planning in Action. It details the content in the original Mersey Estuary Management Plan that addressed climate change, the current policy context, findings from a stakeholder engagement, lessons from elsewhere, and presents findings from a … Continue reading
An essay for ENVS427 Making Plans. It critiques Calgary, Alberta’s Municipal Development Plan according to 10 criteria. The essay received an 80, a high distinction. Written in March 2017. 1. Introduction In September 2009, Calgary—a city in the Canadian province of Alberta, adopted a Municipal Development Plan (MDP) to establish 30—60-year development goals and comply … Continue reading
An essay for ENVS459 Implementing and Managing Change. It discusses the main features of the planning system in Massachusetts. The essay received an 86, a high distinction. Written in June 2017. The Commonwealth of Massachusetts’ planning system reflects a balance between a legacy of local control and more recent state efforts to guide development in … Continue reading
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