Application of Heritage Conservation and Temporary Protection Plans in the Planning Act Process.

This project involves researching and developing templates for heritage conservation plans and temporary protection plans to manage impacts to cultural heritage resources, such as historic buildings and landscapes. The objectives of this study are: 1) a Literature Review of best practices and background information; 2) Compare these with current Ontario legislative requirements;3) Develop analytical tables for Heritage Conservation Plans, and Temporary Protection Plans; 4) Apply these plans to two real world examples and 5) Collaborate in research on the histories of Canadian suburban planning. The partner firm will get access to university research facilities (libraries) and best-practice templates for future heritage planning projects.

Jenna Dawson
Faculty Supervisor: 
David L.A. Gordon
Partner University: