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Gordon Easton


Vice President - Consulting

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Professional Summary

My career has focused on Urban Planning and development of a wide range of property types. Work has included feasibility studies, consultant selection and coordination, managing the civic approval process and implementation of construction projects.  Working for a variety of client types, my focus is on assiting clients achieve their real estate goals while finding a balance between communiity and private goals. I am a creative problem solver and approach real estate challanges in different ways.


 I Joined Colliers in 2005 and have provided public & private sector clients with a wide range of consulting services for over 25 years. IpProvide a wide range of Urban Planning Services including: OCP Amendments, Rezoning and Development Permits, Subdivisions, Masterplanning & preparation of Design Guidelines and Public Communication Strategies.  I provide comprehensive Development Management Services including consultant selection/co-ordination, management of design, budget and schedule, and the administration of construction related activities.


B.A. UBC Urban Geography

M.E.S. York University Urban Planning/Design

Memberships & Involvements



Churchill Properties, Musqueam Indian Band, SD#38, United Church, CPR, Kwantlen Polytechnic University, Victoria Airport Authority, HSBC, Vancity



Development Consulting, Financial Analysis

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Sep 1, 2020

Unanimous Approval of Brightside's Proposed Redevelopment

Unanimous approval from Vancouver City Council at a Public Hearing of the proposed redevelopment of the Brightside Community Homes Foundation's Edward Byers House
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May 31, 2019

Colliers Consulting engaged as Portfolio Development

BCCUCC engaged Colliers Consulting as part of their Property Resource Team to help Presbyteries, Congregations and other ministries better understand and manage their assets.
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