The Licensed Professional Planners Association of Nova Scotia (LPPANS) regulates professional land use planners in Nova Scotia.
Let’s provide some information
WHAT IS PLANNING?
Planning is the process through which governments, businesses and citizens come together to share their communities. Professional planners specialize in this process, helping improve communities in areas such as housing, transportation, heritage, tourism, climate change, culture, and many other areas.
Here’s what you need to know
HOW TO BECOME A LICENSED PROFESSIONAL PLANNER
The most common route in becoming a Licensed Professional Planner (LPP) in Nova Scotia is through pursuing a Planning degree at a Canadian university. There are also options for licensing for those in planning that have related educational backgrounds and prior experience. More details on the application process and requirements are available in the Applicants section of our website.
Events and happenings
The 2022 Atlantic Planners Institute Regional Conference is scheduled for October 19-21, 2022 in Charlottetown. The 2023 National Canadian Institute of Planners Conference is scheduled for June 27-30, 2023 in Halifax.
Save the Date: LPPANS Annual General Meeting to be held Wednesday, October 12, 2022, 12:00pm ADT. See information on proposed changes to the By-Law. More details to follow.