MA, MCIP, RPP
Pierre Chauvin joined the firm as a Planner in 1998. Pierre provides urban planning analysis and research services for public and private sector projects across the Province of Ontario. His experience has ranged from urban development projects (residential and commercial) to environmental and resource management to recreational planning.
Pierre has specific expertise in rural and agricultural planning, including the preparation of agricultural impact assessments as part of settlement area expansions and/or development proposals. He has experience with Minimum Distance Separation (MDS) formulas and the Nutrient Management Act, and has provided expert agricultural evidence at the Ontario Municipal Board.
In addition to being an Partner with MHBC, Pierre is a member of the Township of Centre Wellington's Committee of Adjustment and has also served on the Heritage Centre Wellington Committee (Local Architectural Conservation Advisory Committee) and the Elora Planning Advisory Committee.
Pierre received his Honours Bachelor of Science of Agriculture from the University of Guelph in 1993 and his Master of Arts (Regional Planning and Resource Development) from the University of Waterloo in 1997. Pierre is a full member of the Canadian Institute of Planners and a Registered Professional Planner.