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Ann Joyner

B.Sc., M.E.S., FCIP, RPP E: ajoyner@dillon.ca

Bio

Ann Joyner has over 25 years of experience in environmental planning, policy research/development and land use planning. Ann has worked in many Canadian communities, as well as Eastern Europe and the Caribbean. Her work has spanned urban and sub-urban settings exploring a range of frameworks and tools and her approach is to integrate the benefits of environmental planning and sustainable design into each project.

Ann has led and participated in a wide range of innovative engagement programs as a core part of her approach to developing solutions that are built by the people affected by projects and policy.  She is well respected by clients and stakeholders for her commitment to on the ground engagement as a cornerstone of good planning.

York Region Visualization_3a

York Region Visualizing Urban Density – York Region, ON

In 2020 Dillon Consulting completed the Major Transit Station Areas (MTSA) Study through 3D and immersive modelling for York Region. This is an emerging tool to review site plan applications and to develop a “living” model, which captures the growth in development within the Region.

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Urban Revitalization - Lawrence Heights, Toronto, ON

Urban Revitalization - Lawrence Heights, Toronto, ON

Toronto Community Housing Corporation (TCHC) retained Dillon as part of an interdisciplinary consulting team for the Lawrence Heights community plan to redevelop the area. Lawrence Heights was developed in the early 1960s and at the time was the largest public housing project in Canada. The two phase study investigated alternative redevelopment options for this social housing community.

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Urban Revitalization - Regent Park, Toronto, ON

Urban Revitalization - Regent Park, Toronto, ON

Regent Park is a vibrant place of families, schools and community spirit. Built more than 70 years ago, it is one of the oldest publicly funded housing communities in Canada. Dillon is involved in this historic regeneration that will include a 5,000 unit redevelopment expected to increase housing capacity from 7,500 to 12,000 people and will make this area once again part of the surrounding neighbourhood and city. Dillon is involved in the engineering, planning, environmental and sustainability work within the multi-discipline team charged with developing feasibility concepts and obtaining all approvals. Our duties include contract administration, site servicing and transportation planning.

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