The conduct of the Licensed Professional Planners Association of Nova Scotia is controlled by the Professional Planners Act of Nova Scotia. The act controls the use of the term “Licensed Professional Planner” (or LPP) in Nova Scotia. The act also established LPPANS to regulate the practice of professional planning in Nova Scotia.
LPPANS is also governed by the Fair Registration Practices Act. and it associated regulations. The Act governs the practices regulatory bodies, including LPPANS, use to register people who apply to become a member of a regulated occupation. The act ensures that registration follows a fair procedure and is transparent, objective, and impartial.
2022-23 Board of Directors
Greg Zwicker, LPP, MCIP
Sean Gillis, LPP, MCIP
Leah Perrin, LPP, MCIP
Jared Dalziel, LPP, MCIP
Governor in Council Appointment
Directors at Large
Meaghan Dalton, LPP, MCIP
Colleen Clare, LPP, MCIP
Luc Ouellet, LPP, MCIP
Jeff Merrill, LPP, MCIP
Michael MacIntyre, LPP, MCIP
Jamie Doyle, LPP, MCIP
The Atlantic Planners Institute / Institut des Urbanistes de l’Atlantique (API), is a professional association that supports professional planners in the four Provincial Associations in the Atlantic Provinces of Canada: New Brunswick Association of Professional Planners, Licensed Professional Planners Association of Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island Institute of Professional Planners and the Newfoundland and Labrador Association of Professional Planners.
Members of LPPANS are automatically members of API for no additional cost.
API provides support to LPPANS through administrative and member support.
The Canadian Institute of Planners (CIP) works on behalf of over 7,500 planning professionals, and has served as the voice of Canada’s planning community since 1919. Planners safeguard the health and well-being of urban and rural communities by addressing the use of land, resources, facilities, and services with consideration to physical, economic, and social efficiency.