For those interested in learning more about the intersection of human rights, housing, and planning, or gaining access to other resources related to equitable city-building.
We provide workshops and training sessions to corporations, teams, and is a guest expert on panels, podcasts, print and other media where we connect with a diverse range of audiences.
The Roadmap coordinates for major redevelopment plans and processes to develop the policies, programs, and partnerships to protect and build housing affordable to renters at risk of displacement due to theprivatization of public investment in transit.
2021 - Ongoing
An outgrowth and response to community engagement and requests during the Black Futures on Eglinton project. This program includes tenant organizing and community-led relationship building with government and developers for the purpose of protecting and producing affordable housing.
2021 - Ongoing
CP Planning, in partnership with Margaret's Housing and Community Services and with support from the City of Toronto Confronting Anti-Black Racism Unit, is establishing a collaborative table for Black housing leaders and allies to establish sustainable solutions to address housing precarity for Black households.
2021 - Ongoing
Partna Housing is an affordable housing development organization that partners with homeowners to build affordable housing on their property. The model is designed to keep families together and address the issue of racialized people being displaced from their neighbourhoods.
2020 - Ongoing
CP Planning was the lead consultant partner on the co-design and co-delivery of a series of public and interdivisional engagement sessions that identified the key priorities of various stakeholders invested in poverty reduction. CP Planning and our subconsultant, Method Collective, summarized findings from these engagements into a What We Heard report and a Communications Plan.
2022 - 2023
CP Planning was the lead consultant to the Toronto Non-profit Network (TNN) in the preparation of their Spatial Justice Strategy. The Strategy identifies 21 actions which nest under 10 objectives and 3 goals for improving spatial justice. TNN is an independent network for over 400 of Toronto’s nonprofit sector organizations. TNN works to create spaces where nonprofits and communities can flourish.
An arts based community cultural mapping study with youth on Black culture, in confront of anti-Black racism. Focus area of Castlefield-Rogers, and Allen-Keele.
2019 - 2021
Consultations with over 11 community partners across the City of Toronto, to understand their perspectives on community development in their neighbourhoods.
A collection of works viewing cities and urban spaces with women in mind.
Historical study of commercial uses in the East York area.
Study of Toronto's rezoning process and how it relates to housing supply
Assessment of Toronto's population chances from 1961-2016.