NOC 2153 – Urban and land use planners
To apply under NOC-2153 National Occupation Classification you must follow the roles and responsibilities of Urban and land use planners.
Required roles and responsibilities:-
Urban and land use planners perform some or all of the following duties:
- Compile and analyze data on demographic, economic, legal, political, cultural, sociological, physical and other factors affecting land use
- Confer with municipal, provincial and federal authorities, civic leaders, social scientists, lawyers, land developers, the public and special interest groups to formulate and develop land use or community plans
- Prepare and recommend land development concepts and plans for zoning, subdivisions, transportation, public utilities, community facilities, parks, agricultural and other land uses
- Prepare plans for environmental protection, such as wildlife preserves, national and provincial parks, and protection of watersheds
- Present plans to civic, rural and regional authorities and hold public meetings to present plans, proposals or planning studies to the general public and special interest groups
- Review and evaluate proposals for land use and development plans and prepare recommendations
- Process application for land development permits and administer land use plans and zoning by-laws
- Formulate long-range objectives and policies relative to future land use and the protection of the environment
- Supervise and co-ordinate work of urban planning technicians and technologists.
You can also see the required titles to apply as a Urban and land use planners.
NOC 2153 – Urban and land use planners: example titles.
- city planner
- city planner – land use
- community and urban planner
- community planner
- community recreation planner
- environmental planner
- heritage planner – land use
- heritage work planner
- land use planner
- land use specialist
- long-range planner – land use
- mass transit services analyst
- municipal park planner
- municipal planner
- neighbourhood planner
- park planner
- park planner, municipal
- planner, community recreation
- planner, urban and regional
- planning analyst – land use
- recreation planner
- regional planner
- senior planner – land use
- site planner
- town planner
- transportation planner
- transportation route planning analyst
- urban and regional planner
- urban planner
- urban renovation planner
- zoning officer – land use
- A bachelor’s degree in urban and regional planning, geography, architecture, engineering or a related discipline is required.
- A master’s degree in one of these disciplines may be required.
- Membership in the Canadian Institute of Planners is usually required.
- Urban and land use planners are regulated in Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Quebec, Alberta, the Northwest Territories and Nunavut, and membership in a provincial planning institute may be required in other provinces.
- Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification is offered by the Canada Green Building Council and may be required by some employers.
- Progression to management positions in planning is possible with experience.
- Architects (2151)
- Architecture and science managers (0212)
- Engineering managers (0211)
- Land surveyors (2154)
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