University of Calgary

EVDS 640 - Regional Planning Studio - Fall 2019

An overview of the history and theory of regional planning and an overview of regional planning institutional frameworks and issues in a Canadian regional planning context. Understanding current regional planning issues and institutional, legislative and policy frameworks in a Canadian land use planning context related to growth management, resource extraction, infrastructure and services, transportation, strategic planning, water and airshed management. A review and examination of regional land use planning and policy tools and role of regional planners in inter-jurisdictional and transboundary government and public-private stakeholder engagement mechanisms. Preparation of a plan.
This course may not be repeated for credit.


  • F(0-8)


  • A supplementary fee will be assessed to cover additional costs associated with this course. Also known as: (formerly Environmental Design 623)


  • Environmental Design Planning 636 or 637 or Environmental Design Landscape 667.


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