Landscape and Urban Designer
Kate Kelly is a Landscape and Urban Designer. She holds a Master’s Degree in Urban Design from the University of Toronto (2018) and a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture from the University of Guelph (2015), where she was the recipient of the University Olmsted Scholar award by the Landscape Architecture Foundation for academic excellence and discipline leadership potential.
Kate has a broad range of experience in planning, urban design and landscape architecture projects in the private and public sectors, locally and internationally. Notable projects include the Kingston Waterfront Master Plan (recipient of the 2017 CSLA National Award of Excellence) (Kingston, Ontario); the Culiacan Rivers Revitalization Master Plan (Sinaloa, Mexico); Shoppers World Brampton Redevelopment (Brampton, Ontario), Golden Mile Secondary Plan Study (Toronto, Ontario), and has led urban planning efforts as a part of SvN’s transit advisory work. She has a keen interest in the intersection of planning and landscape architecture as the primary media for urban transformation on all scales- from the design of complete communities, to the health and resilience of the natural environment.
Kate is an Associate Member of the Ontario Association of Landscape Architects (OALA) and Candidate Member of the Ontario Provincial Planning Institute (OPPI), working towards full membership.