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Lloyd Phillips & Associates Ltd., is an independent land use planning consulting firm that provides services to private sector and public sector clients. The firm is based in Ottawa and serves clients in Ottawa and Eastern Ontario.
Lloyd Phillips MCIP RPP, has over thirty-six years of experience as a planner in the Ottawa area, and his career includes a total of twelve years of experience at the former City of Gloucester and the former City of Ottawa as a municipal planner.
He has worked as a private sector land use planning consultant since 1987. This includes experience as a senior level consultant in a multi-disciplinary consulting firm and as a principal and co-owner of an independent planning consulting firm.
In 1995 he started his own consulting practice and this has evolved into his current firm, Lloyd Phillips & Associates Ltd.
He has worked in the private sector for several area municipalities, including the City of Nepean, the City of Ottawa, the City of Kanata, the Village of Rockliffe Park, the City of Cumberland and the RMOC, and the City of Brockville. Following the amalgamation he has also worked for the current City of Ottawa on various assignments.
Throughout his career, Lloyd Phillips has worked on a wide range of community and neighbourhood plans in the Ottawa area. He has developed the conceptual design, detailed land use and street pattern design and implementation strategy, and has undertaken the development process for many projects. He is highly experienced at developing and undertaking successful public consultation processes.
His work in the community planning field includes the Secondary Plan for the west part of Barrhaven adjacent to Highway 416 in the City of Nepean, the Scott Wellington Planning Study for the Parkdale Market area in the City of Ottawa, the Secondary Plan for Manotick, the Master Plan for the Kanata Town Centre and the Master Concept Plan for the Kanata Regional Shopping Centre. Lloyd is highly experienced in municipal planning policy and regulations with extensive experience in the review and preparation of Official Plans and zoning by-laws.
Some examples of work by Lloyd includes the relocation of the historic March House in Kanata, remediation of the Lebreton Flats residential facades on Albert Street, and a study of Allen House on Porter Island, all for the City of Ottawa. He has also undertaken land use planning and development studies for various federal government clients.
His private-sector work includes a number of residential and commercial projects throughout eastern Ontario, including the Delegation of the Ismaili Imamat, approvals for Place des Gouverneurs, a 1200 unit high density residential project at the Cyrville transitway station, the Palladium Auto Park, and a number of senior citizens residences in Ottawa. Other significant properties include the new Laurentian Centre in Ottawa, the concept planning and zoning for the Oblate Fathers and St. Paul University in the Old Ottawa East Community Design Plan. Lloyd is known as an experienced and successful expert witness before the Ontario Municipal Board and other tribunals, such as the Assessment Review Board.