The Planning Institute of British Columbia (PIBC) represents professional networking opportunity for our students, and for alumni also represents an avenue for becoming a Registered Professional Planner (RPP). Their Continuous Professional Learning (CPL) System helps its members maintain professional standards and the latest planning-related knowledge and skills. Whether you're a student seeking knowledge and future networks or a member actively earning CPL credits, official PIBC events represent an invaluable avenue into the greater world of planning.
May 25th 2022, 12:00 PM — 1:30 PM PST
CPL Units: 1.5
PIBC is pleased to partner with the Urban Development Institute U40 Committee to offer this exciting webinar that is structured to broaden knowledge level and encourage communication, the exchange of ideas, and networking with peers in both private and public sectors.
This webinar will examine two recent significant development projects with commentary perspectives from both planners and developers involved with the projects. Delve into both sides of the approvals process as developers and planners discuss how they were able to overcome project challenges and work together to find mutually agreeable solutions. General lessons learned from this dialogue are applicable across all projects and communities.
While everyone is most welcome to join us, special pricing is in effect for this webinar to encourage emerging professionals and students to attend!
Henry McQueen RPP, MCIP, Vice President, Development, Qualex-Landmark
- Beedie Industrial Project, City of Burnaby
Carl Funk RPP, MCIP, Director, Industrial Planning & Development, Beedie
Johannes Schumann, Director, Development + Urban Design, City of Burnaby
- North Harbour Project, City of North Vancouver
Kate Sunderland, Senior Development Manager, Concert Properties
Michael Epp RPP, MCIP, Director of Planning, City of North Vancouver
Note: This event is a joint webinar with UDI and as such will be hosted on UDI's Zoom instead of PIBC's usual Adobe Connect Webinar Platform. As log-on instructions will vary somewhat, please read your registration and confirmation emails closely. The process will be a little different for this one - please make sure to sign up with your e-mail. A unique Zoom link will be sent two days before the webinar. Please do not share the link as it will inhibit your ability to join. If you are registering for multiple attendees, please ensure you provide each individual e-mail address for every attendee.