Studies Banner (Riverwalk) 

Cities are where people live, work and play. Studies attempt to understand cities and city life — how they function, the current and future concerns of their residents. Studies take into account economic and social relations, physical landscapes and cultural frameworks that define the city. Municipalities across Canada are marked by complex social diversity, striking contrasts of wealth and poverty and a challenging array of planning and environmental dilemmas. Studies focus on where people live and the physical environment that impacts and affects their everyday behaviour and life. Studies help to guide and inform master plans and in strategic decision-making.​​

Downtown Etobicoke Creek Revitalization Studies

Function & Design Review of the Heart Lake Road Corridor Study​

Heritage Heights Community (Secondary Plan Areas 52 & 53)

Infill Development in Mature Neighbourhoods

Natural Heritage Environmental Management Strategy

Queen Street West Land Use Study

Transportation Master Plan Update​

Springbrook Tertiary Plan (Secondary Plan Area 45)

Age-Friendly Study and Strategy

Housing Brampton

Supportive Housing Policy Review

Queen Street East Community Planning Permit System By-law​ 

Comprehensive Zoning By-law Review​

Queen Street East Precinct Plan ​

Short-Term Rental Accommodations Review​

Bram East (Area 41) and Goreway Drive (Area 39) Secondary Plan Review​

Gore Meadows Secondary Plan and Block Plan (Area 56)​