Ben Daub, MA

Heritage Planner

Ben Daub joined LHC in May 2022 as a junior heritage planner as he worked towards completing his master’s degree in urban planning at the University of Waterloo. In addition to his now completed master’s degree, Ben also holds a bachelor of applied technology in architecture – project and facility management from Conestoga College. Through his education, Ben has gained a detailed understanding of the built environment at a range of geographic- and site-based scales. Professionally, Ben has gained experience working in the heritage planning domain over his time with LHC where he has written heritage impact assessments, cultural heritage evaluation reports, and official plan amendments. In addition, Ben has previous experience working in real estate development and facility management. In academic settings, Ben has also held various research and teaching assistant positions, enabling him to hone his research capacities. Ben is a student member of the Canadian Association of Heritage Professionals (CAHP) and a candidate member with the Ontario Professional Planning Institute (OPPI).