2112-2114 Yonge St.

In 2009, R.E. Millward & Associates was retained to manage the re-zoning and site plan application for the mid-rise, mixed-use redevelopment of 2112-2114 Yonge Street. The proposed development is a mixed-use mid-rise building, which will include residential condominiums above grade related commercial uses. In addition to the more typical requirements for a re-zoning application, due… Read more »

City of Ottawa Integrated Street Furniture Program

In 2008 R.E. Millward & Associates was retained by the City of Ottawa as Project Advisor for their Integrated Street Furniture Program. This role involved advising the Project Manager and Steering Committee on process steps, and helping structure community and industry consultation processes. Specific tasks included developing a comprehensive document for the placement, design and… Read more »

Sustainable Seaton Implementation Plan

In 2009 R.E. Millward & Associates was retained by Ontario Realty Corporation as the Planning Consultant on a team led by UK based Building Design Partnership Inc. to develop an implementation plan for a sustainable community in Seaton, Ontario intended to accommodate 70,000 people and create 35,000 jobs. This report was written to provide Seaton with… Read more »

Feasibility Study for Town of Richmond Hill City Hall Relocation

Working with CS&P Architects Inc., R.E. Millward & Associates was retained by the Town of Richmond Hill to participate in a feasibility study to assess the potential relocation of the Town’s municipal offices. A site at the south west corner of Yonge Street and Major Mackenzie Drive was selected. The consultant team conducted regular meetings… Read more »

Amman Coordinated Street Furniture Program

In 2008 R.E. Millward & Associates was retained as part of a consultant team including BA Group to assist in the development of a Coordinated Street Furniture Program for Amman, Jordan. Research documents were prepared and outdoor advertising guidelines established, informing the development of a Request For Proposals and evaluation process. A contract was awarded… Read more »

Concrete Works: Aggregate and Concrete Facilities in the Toronto Port Lands

In 2002, R.E. Millward & Associates was retained by Strada Aggregates Inc. to coordinate and project manage a rezoning process involving four aggregate companies applying to locate along the Ship Channel in Toronto’s Port Land. Through careful research and analysis of the City’s policies and of other port cities around the world, R.E. Millward &… Read more »

Filmport (Pinewood Studios)

From 2003 to 2008 R.E. Millward + Associates acted as the lead planning consultant for the development of Filmport Studios, now known as Pinewood. In 2003, R.E. Millward & Associates was retained by The Rose Corporation, owners of the Toronto Film Studios, to participate in a Toronto Economic Development Corporation (currently Build TO) proposal process… Read more »

City of Toronto Coordinated Street Furniture Program

In 2005, R.E. Millward & Associates was retained by the City of Toronto to act as Project Director for an ambitious Coordinated Street Furniture Program. This position involved management of the public consultations, coordinating collaboration with several outside specialists, and extensive contact through many divisions in City Hall. The team contributed to the production of… Read more »

Toronto Parking Authority

Since 2005, R.E. Millward & Associates has routinely been retained to carry out various projects as Strategic and Planning Advisors to the Toronto Parking Authority. To date the firm has been involved in five separate Site Plan Applications as well as five due diligence assignments. In particular, the firm has provided strategic advice on municipal… Read more »

Union Station

In the spring of 2004, the City of Toronto commissioned a public consultation process and peer review for Union Station’s Master Plan. The objective of requiring a consultation process and plan review was to identify any modifications to the Plan that might be necessary through an independent Peer Review. The firm partnered with Poulos &… Read more »