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Speaker

Gregg Lintern

Title: Chief Planner, City of Toronto
NACTO Title: Speaker, Designing Cities Conference
Gregg Lintern

As Chief Planner for the City of Toronto, Gregg is committed to leading the City Planning Division to making Toronto one of the world’s most liveable and equitable cities. In his 35 years of municipal planning, Gregg has held various roles and responsibilities in several different community planning districts across the City giving him a deep institutional knowledge, understanding of legislation, and history of working across the municipal spectrum. 

Gregg’s proven track record in delivering transformative projects of both city-wide and local significance demonstrate his ability to steer city-building in a manner that consistently looks to the future. He has led many significant projects in the City, including a plan for Toronto’s downtown known as “TOcore”, the Port Lands Planning Framework, Mirvish + Gehry, Mirvish Village, Yonge-Dundas Revitalization, Billy Bishop Airport and Regent Park. 

Gregg strongly believes in a positive future for Toronto. As Chief Planner, his priorities include transit network expansion, housing affordability, proactive planning and improvements to the Development Review Process, and implementing OMB Reform.