Jill Taylor on Accessibility Panels

Jill Taylor on Accessibility Panels

Jill Taylor, a principal and co-founder of THA will be on a panel on Accessibility and Heritage on September 28th (4:00-5:30pm ET/ 9:00pm-10:30pm BT). The session will be co-hosted by the Ontario BIA Association and the National Trust of Canada at each of their respective annual conferences that day. The Session Moderator is Lesley Collins– Program Manager of Heritage Planning, City of Ottawa with the following Panelists,

Ann Sawyer– Architect & Access Consultant at Access Design (UK)
Jill Taylor– Founding Partner at Taylor Hazell Architects
David Lepofsky– Volunteer Chair AODA Alliance at Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act Alliance
John Lane– Chief Building Official/Senior Manager of Building and Development Services at City of St. Catharines and member of OBIAA’s Accessibility and Heritage Project Advisory Committee

The event organizers are
Kay Matthews–  Executive Director at the Ontario BIA Association
Chris Wiebe – Manager, Heritage Policy and Government Relations & Conference Coordinator at the National Trust for Canada
Jim Mountain– Adjunct Professor, Carleton University Azrieli School of Architecture and Urbanism and member of OBIAA’s Accessibility and Heritage Project Advisory Committee
Constance Exley– CEO at Accessibility Services Canada and Project Manager for OBIAA’s Accessibility and Heritage Project

Jill will also be moderating a panel at a virtual conference on October 20, 2021 for the Ontario BIA Association in partnership with the Ontario Government that will explore accessibility on Main Streets. More to come on both these conferences and making existing places accessible.

For more information on the National Trust of Canada Conference visit, nationaltrustcanada.ca

For more information on the  Ontario BIA Annual Conference, visit obiaa.com/conference