Future Wetland Development in Stoney Creek

In this presentation, Scott Peck, Deputy Chief Administrative Officer/Director, Watershed Planning & Engineering with the Hamilton Conservation Authority talks about the acquisition of lands, environmental assessment process, and restoration work for the creation of natural wetland detention facilities and wetland enhancement to address downstream urban flooding and erosion issues within Battlefield and Stoney Creek.

T. Scott Peck, B.A., MCIP, RPP has 26 years experience working for the Long Point Region Conservation Authority as an Assistant Resource Technician, Hamilton Conservation Authority as an Environmental Planner and Senior Planner and with Norfolk County as a Senior Planner. Scott’s experience includes policy development, program management, urban, rural and agricultural land use planning, floodplain management, environmental and watershed planning, property acquisition, regulatory compliance and sustainable development.