Biography Seamus McGreal is a Senior Heritage Planner with the Halifax Regional Municipality and Principal with Landmarks Architecture and Planning. He is President of the Atlantic Canada Association of Heritage Professionals (ACAHP), CAHP's Atlantic region chapter. Seamus has over 20 years of professional experience in all aspects of heritage and land use planning. He has led processes with municipal governments to establish award-winning heritage conservation districts, community plans, and research studies. Seamus and the Landmarks team offer professional planning and architectural design services to facilitate cultural heritage projects or projects seeking to establish community landmarks. Cultural heritage projects include registering a traditional home as a heritage building or designing an appropriate addition to a heritage building. These projects also include studies of historic towns and important landscapes that can serve to protect the character and integrity of our communities. Community landmarks are also development projects that have a positive impact on our communities, by contributing to economic development, housing supply, or architectural interest. Landmarks will work with you to understand the history of your town or region, identify the challenges affecting your project, and plan for the future.
Academic Credentials CAHP, MCIP, Licensed Professional Planner (Nova Scotia), Master of Planning (Dalhousie)
Expertise , Planning