The Mississauga Urban Design Advisory Panel (MUDAP) was formed in 2007 and provides professional, objective advice to City staff on designs that affect Mississauga’s public spaces, architecture and sustainability, in line with the City’s Official Plan and design guidelines.
If you have any questions about MUDAP or need to contact us, please call the Panel Coordinator, Mike Votruba on 905-615-3200 ext. 5759 or email email@example.com.
If a MUDAP review is required as part of your development application, make sure you follow these steps.
1. Address any issues with your application identified during your Development Application Review Committee meeting. City staff must confirm that your project is ready to be presented to MUDAP before scheduling your panel review. Panel spaces are booked on a first come first serve basis and spaces cannot be held in advance.
3. The Panel Coordinator will confirm your meeting date and send you the following forms. Each form will have a submission deadline:
4. Complete the forms and send them back to the Panel Coordinator before 4:30 p.m. on the submission deadline. We’ll review your submission and notify you if you need to make any changes. Once your submission is complete, we’ll email you an agenda with the time and location of your presentation.
All meetings will be held virtually using Webex until further notice due to the COVID-19 situation.
When in person meetings can occur again, meetings will be held from 12:45 to 4 p.m. in the Living Arts Centre at 4141 Living Arts Drive. We’ll email you the meeting details.
|2021 meeting date||Information package submission deadline|
|November 30||November 2|
|2022 meeting date||Information package submission deadline|
|January 25||January 4|
|February 22||February 1|
|March 22||March 1|
|April 19||April 5|
|May 17||May 3|
|June 28||June 7|
|July 26||July 5|
|September 20||September 6|
|October 18||October 4|
|November 29||November 1|
MUDAP is comprised of 15 independent design professionals including architects, landscape architects, and transportation specialists. These individuals volunteer to meet and review development proposals submitted to the Planning and Building Department.
The 15 panel members are: