Adam Brady Participates in Professional Planning and Design Charette in Haliburton

April 11, 2016

As part of Lett Architects’ focus on designing for and engaging communities, Adam Brady from our studio was invited to participate in a professional planning and design charette in Haliburton Village on Thursday April 7th. Organized by the Communities in Action Committee and Active Neighbourhoods Canada Project in Haliburton Village, the purpose of the charette was to develop solutions for the coalescing of pedestrian and vehicular traffic along Highland Street to promote a better public realm. We are pleased that Adam was invited to attend this important event.