CP Planning is a non-profit urban planning organization practicing a human rights approach to community planning.
Our mission is to align for public, non-profit, and private sector organizations within the land use development industry to invest in solutions that uphold the economic, social, and cultural rights of marginalized people to have access to good housing, good jobs, an adequate standard of living, and opportunities for cultural expression. We envision a world with more joy, where people are affirmed through a sense of community and belonging. To achieve these outcomes, our strategic priorities are: affordable housing, jobs in the trades and urban agriculture, and access to community service spaces.
We provide the following community services:
Real Estate Development
"The Poverty Reduction Strategy Office (PRSO) engaged CP Planning and Method Collective on a series of strategic community consultations throughout 2022 and 2023 to inform the Poverty Reduction Strategy 3rd Term Update (2023-2026). Through a detailed and methodical approach, CP Planning and Method Collective delivered a series of in-depth consultations with non-profits, front-line workers, Indigenous leaders, and city departments. Their data-driven, strategic and solutions-focused approach supported the PRSO to consider the system at large and meaningfully engage those working in poverty reduction or directly impacted by it.
The feedback provided by key stakeholders informed the actionable steps included in the Strategy’s 3rd Term Update and serve to address the most pressing issues for the city’s residents. The Poverty Reduction Strategy Third Term Update is going to the City's Executive Cttee on October 31st."
In Ottawa, September 20th, 6-8pm in the Albion Room.
Join members of the CP Planning team, Dr Menna Agha of the Action Lab, and other like-minded city builders working towards establishing more equitable cities.
As hosts, drinks our on us. Looking forward to meeting you at our social!