Biography Seamus McGreal is a Senior Heritage Planner with the Halifax Regional Municipality and Principal with Landmarks Planning Strategies Ltd. Seamus has over 20 years of experience undertaking increasingly complex planning and heritage projects. He has worked with all three levels of government and non-government organizations. Seamus has led major planning projects, including the implementation of community plans, programs, and Heritage Conservation Districts. Seamus currently serves as President of the Atlantic Canada Association of Heritage Professionals: a society dedicated to promoting the value of heritage conservation and to maintaining principles and standards of practice for heritage consultants in Atlantic Canada. Landmarks Planning Strategies offers professional planning services to facilitate cultural heritage projects or projects seeking to establish community landmarks. We will work with you to understand your project’s connection to community and identify challenges to secure the success of your project and of your community. Planning and heritage conservation contribute to resilient communities. We work with government agencies, property owners, developers, community groups, and site managers to identify, manage, and plan for projects that improve communities and conserve historic places.
Academic Credentials CAHP, MCIP, Licensed Professional Planner (Nova Scotia), Master of Planning (Dalhousie)
Expertise , planning