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Mr. Mark Holland E.

B.LA

Holland Barrs Planning Group Inc.

Direct Phone: (604) ***-****       

Holland Barrs Planning Group Inc.

318 Homer Street

Vancouver, British Columbia V6B 2V2

Canada

Background Information

Employment History

Vice President of Development
New Monaco

Strategic Advisor
Lanarc Consultants Ltd.

Board Member
Community Energy Association

Board of Directors of B.C. Energy Aware Committee
EcoDesign Resource Society

Affiliations

Certified Professional and Registered Member
Canadian Institute of Planners

Board Member
Kootenay Association for Science and Technology

Education


Real Estate Weekly
Okanagan College

BLA

M.Sc. MCIP

degrees
Landscape Architecture and Community and Regional Planning

professional degrees
Landscape Architecture and Community and Regional Planning

Web References (168 Total References)


Healing Cities | Healing Cities Institute

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The Institute was founded by Mark Holland, Nicole Moen, Lindsay Clark, Keltie Craig and Joaquin Karakas.

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Mark Holland
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Mark Holland
Mark is a LEED™-accredited planner who holds professional degrees in both Landscape Architecture, and Community and Regional Planning. Mark's career started in the City of Vancouver as a city planner and subsequently as the founder and first manager of its Sustainability Office. Mark then helped co-found two consulting companies, the Holland Barrs Planning Group, and then HB Lanarc Consultants - both of whom have been recognized nationally as leaders in innovative planning, design and sustainability. Mark's work over the past decade and half has focused on integrating sustainability principles into both the mainstream development industry and local government plans and policies. In 2010, he was awarded the highest honour in BC for Planning, being named "Planner of the Year" by the Planning Institute of BC. His current position is Vice President of Development for New Monaco Enterprise Corporation - a company developing a large master-planned community in the Okanagan that is based on the principles of health and sustainability (www.newmonaco.ca).


Newsroom | Planning Institute of British Columbia (PIBC)

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Mark Holland, B.LA, M.Sc. MCIP, RPP, LEED™ is a LEED™ accredited planner who holds professional degrees in Landscape Architecture and Community and Regional Planning.


Mark Holland MCIP, RPP | Planning Institute of British Columbia (PIBC)

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Mark Holland, B.LA, M.Sc. MCIP, RPP, LEED™ is a LEED™ accredited planner who holds professional degrees in Landscape Architecture and Community and Regional Planning.

Mark is Vice President of Development for New Monaco Enterprise Corporation - a company developing a large master-planned community in the Okanagan. Mr. Holland's previous consulting work at HB Lanarc Consultants Inc. focused largely on integrating sustainability principles into the mainstream development industry, with an eye to developing competitive advantage for clients and their projects. He frequently works closely with development teams to find cost-effective ways of developing in a more sustainable manner, including projects from small infill to large-scale master-planned communities, in both rural and urban contexts.
Mr. Holland also works extensively with the public sector, including serving as the City of Vancouver's first Manager of its Sustainability Office, with a focus on strategic planning and greenhouse gas management. He has also worked with the City of Vancouver, both as a rezoning planner and as the sustainable development planner and project coordinator for the policy phase of the Southeast False Creek model sustainable urban development project.
Mr. Holland is credited with developing planning concepts and frameworks such as the 8 Pillars of a Sustainable Community, and the acclaimed Resilient Cities Manifesto in 2009. He coauthored a book on an innovative approach to sustainable food systems in cities called Agricultural Urbanism (Green Frigate Books). His concept of Experience-Driven Planning when applied to the Town of Ladysmith won the Canadian Institute of Planner's top award for small town planning in Canada in 2009.
He has served on numerous Boards and has taught at both Simon Fraser University and the University of British Columbia, and has lectured on a wide range of issues. He was selected as one of Vancouver's top 40 under 40 in 2004 by Business in Vancouver Magazine. In 2009, Mr. Holland was appointed to the City of Vancouver's Greenest City Action Team alongside such leaders as Dr. David Suzuki and former BC Premier Mr. Mike Harcourt.
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An acclaimed speaker, Mr. Holland is widely known for his ability to "make sense of sustainability" in a pragmatic way that leads to action.


Profiles - The Challenge Series

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Mark Holland

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Mark Holland
BLA, MSc. MCIP, LEED AP HB Lanarc Consultants Inc.
Mark Holland was instrumental in building the sustainability agenda for the City of Vancouver in the late 1990s in his role as the sustainable development planner and project coordinator for SEFC. Mark was integral to researching and writing the SEFC Policy Statement as well as three of the ensuing action plans: The SEFC Energy Strategy, The SEFC Water and Waste Management Plan, and The SEFC Urban Agriculture Strategy. Mark co-founded Holland Barrs Planning in 2001 and is currently a Principal at HB Lanarc, a planning and design firm in Vancouver.


Campus Plan News Blog | UBC Vancouver Campus Plan

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Mark Holland, principal, Holland Barrs Planning Group, says while UBC developed REAP for its own use, the criteria are becoming a guideline for residential developers across the lower mainland. "UBC's REAP green building system selects some actions that are required…and also lets developers select from a long list of other sustainable ways to build," he says.

As a sustainable development consultant to UBC Properties Trust, Mr. Holland worked on the plan for the South Campus neighbourhood of University Town. "We organized our work under the eight pillars of a sustainable community," he says.
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"A community has to have programs to be sustainable," says Mr. Holland.

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