The LANDx Developments team has the experience and knowledge, as well as a trusted network of subcontractors (architectural, geotechnical, engineering, environmental, planners, and more) to help answer questions that accompany the new challenges existing in sustainable development.
We are also creative real estate consultants, residential development consultants and commercial land developers. We work to help you through all stages of the investment and development process to ensure that every project is successful.
With an educational background in both business (B.Comm) and law (LLB), Timothy brings a wealth of development management knowledge and skill to the team. His land development experiences include over 12 years working in brownfield redevelopment in order to remediate some of Ontario’s most contaminated properties for residential and commercial purposes. Timothy has been innovative in his approach to leveraging municipal incentive agreements to demonstrate Public Private Partnerships. This strategy, combined with his commitment to remediation and land development, was utilized in support of receiving the first-ever Federation of Canadian Municipalities capital loan, $17.5M, to a private corporation.
Timothy specializes in high-level project coordination, environmental remediation, the development approval process, and financial and contractual management.
Some of Timothy’s recent projects and asset management roles include:
Cytec Lands, Niagara Falls
Heritage Point, St. Catharines
Artisan Ridge, Thorold
Laurentian Commons, Kitchener
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Working in community planning for over 40 years in communities across Canada as a development planner and municipal executive, Stephen has facilitated the approval of a broad range of residential, industrial, commercial and institutional developments. Stephen’s wealth of experience enables him to work with municipal staff’s and council’s to achieve development approvals.
With his strong background in community planning and philosophy of collaboration, Stephen is able to find planning solutions to issues when barriers to development seem to continue to appear. His experience in community based strategic planning methods that build on stakeholder participation leads to effective action and success on land development projects. Stephen is a member of the Canadian Institute of Planners (MCIP) and Ontario Professional Planners Institute (RPP).
Some of Stephen’s recent projects and senior planning roles include:
South Pond and Iron Horse Ranch