Victor Cheung is a Planner at Brook McIlroy with experience in planning, design, and policy. He employs a focus on user experience and context-specific solutions in his work. Victor earned a Diploma in Urban and Rural Planning at Langara College in Vancouver, BC, and a Bachelor of Urban and Regional Planning at Ryerson University in Toronto. In his studies, he focused heavily on place-making, urban design, consensus-building, and facilitation.
At Brook McIlroy, Victor’s key projects include the Guelph Built Form Standards for Mid-Rise Buildings and Townhouses, the Burlington Mobility Hub Study, and the Vaughan City Wide Urban Design Guidelines. He also manages and produces urban design briefs, planning rationale reports, urban design guidelines, and LPAT witness statements for residential and mixed-used developments within the Greater Toronto Area.
Prior to working with Brook McIlroy, Victor has held positions with the Province of Ontario as a Program and Policy Assistant; the World Council on City Data as a Data Control Analyst and Designer; and Ryerson University as a Research Assistant.