Please be advised that the Annual General Meeting for the Prince Edward Island Institute of Professional Planners will be held on Thursday, June 23 at 6pm Atlantic Time. The meeting will be held virtually. Meeting link and agenda will be forwarded before the meeting. We look forward to seeing you there.
The Prince Edward Island Institute of Professional Planners (PEIIPP) is the provincial regulatory body for professional planners in Prince Edward Island.
Members who meet the national standards for full membership as a professional planner are entitled to use the title “Registered Professional Planner” or “RPP” and “Member of the Canadian Institute of Planners” or “MCIP”.
2021–2023 PEIIPP Council
Samantha Murphy, RPP, LPP, MCIP (2022-2025)
Robert Zilke, RPP, MCIP (2021-2024)
Danielle Gillan, RPP, MCIP (2021-2024)
Governor-in-Council appointed public members
Erin Kielly (Aug 10, 2021-Aug 10, 2024)
Melvin van Doorn
The Pinchuk Community Builder Award is an award offered by the Prince Edward Island Institute of Professional Planners since 2013. This Award honours the contributions of the late Murray Pinchuk to professional planning practice on Prince Edward Island. Murray worked with the City of Summerside for many years and actively contributed to and promoted planning…
Dear PEIIPP Members, November is well underway and in a few short weeks it will be one year since PEIIPP was established with the proclamation of the RPP Act. We have grown to 27 members, including a number of members from Atlantic Canada and Ontario, who are members maintaining a secondary affiliation with PEIIPP in…
The Prince Edward Island Institute of Professional Planners is pleased to acknowledge that the Registered Professional Planners Act, passed in the Legislature in 2018, has been proclaimed and will take effect on December 26, 2020. “This is a great moment for the profession in Prince Edward Island,” notes PEIIPP president, Colleen Bawn, “after years of…
City of Charlottetown public input consultation recognized for Fitzroy Street Bike Lane project