Biography Jeremy Parsons is a heritage professional with both public and private sector experience, having worked for several municipalities, research collections, and consulting firms. He is currently a Senior Heritage Planner with the City of Cambridge. Previously, he worked as a heritage planner with the Town of Niagara-on-the-Lake, the Town of Whitchurch-Stouffville, and the City of Hamilton. Jeremy has experience working with heritage advisory committees, public stakeholder groups, Indigenous communities, and municipal councils on planning policies and heritage properties. Jeremy holds a Master of Arts in Geography from McMaster University, specializing in urban historical geography; a Bachelor of Arts in Humanities from Redeemer University; and is currently completing his Master of Planning (MPlan) at the University of Guelph. He has particular interests in rural planning, social history, and the restoration and reuse of neglected or underutilized civic buildings and places of faith.
Academic Credentials MA, CAHP
Expertise , cultural_heritage, planning, public_sector
Chapter Ontario and Nunavut