APPI Webinar - Land Use Planning and Development in the Vicinity of Pipeline Systems – Implementing CSA Z663-18

Development happens. It happens in all sizes and forms, in all municipalities across Canada.

Pipeline infrastructure exists in many Canadian municipalities, and a lack of collaboration between municipalities and pipeline operators can have major consequences for all stakeholders.

The Canadian Standards Association released Z663-18 “Land use planning in the vicinity of pipeline systems” to provide pipeline operators and development stakeholders with a toolkit of recommended protocols and best practices for municipal planners, developers, and pipeline operators alike.

ProACTIVE Planning has partnered with the Canadian Energy Pipeline Association and the Canadian Standards Association to deliver a workshop to APPI’s membership about CSA Z663-18. This session will guide participants on how to utilize and implement Z663-18, including how to identify potentially problematic development applications, how to work with developers to incorporate design features that take nearby pipeline infrastructure into consideration, and how to make policy amendments at all levels of planning to ensure the sustainability of reformed development practices.

Russ Leedham co-founded ProACTIVE Planning Inc. with Blaise Fontaine in 2019. Russ' career has evolved over 15 years from a land surveyor to a GIS specialist to a land use planner allowing him to gain a comprehensive background in all components of land use planning and development. Blaise Fontaine’s professional career in stakeholder and municipal engagement began in 2007 with Canada’s first public engagement consultancy, and she has established her career in the field through experience with the BC Provincial Government, Indigenous communities, oil and gas companies, and community planning firms. Ed Plant’s includes 34 years of municipal experience from roadway and interchange design to right-of-way management.  He currently sits as the Chair for the CSA Z663.

This session will not be recorded to view at another date.

This webinar qualifies for 1.0 hours structured learning unit.

Pre-registration and payment is required.

When
May 13th, 2021 12:00 PM through  1:00 PM
Location
GoTo Webinar
Canada
Contact
Event Fee(s)
APPI Member $ 20.00
Non Member $ 25.00
Student $ 10.00