DTAH is pleased to announce that the Brampton Riverwalk Urban Design and Open Space Master Plan (UDMP) was recently approved by Brampton City Council. The Riverwalk Master Plan aims to integrate an engineered long-term solution to eliminate the flood risk in downtown Brampton, while unlocking the economic potential of the area, and improving and enhancing ecological spaces within the public realm. When implemented, the project will result in a renewed physical and social relationship to the Etobicoke Creek through the creation of a series of connected open spaces, dynamic public areas and dramatic landscapes.

Created with Brampton City Council in partnership with the TRCA and Region of Peel with key stakeholders and the public, The Riverwalk Urban Design and Open Space Master Plan develops concepts for the open space system along the valley, the treatment of the flood infrastructure, the integration of active transportation, and programming opportunities for existing and new public spaces.

Read more about the project here.