Roxy Shiell



Roxy is an accomplished urban design professional with a diverse background in architecture, urban design, and land use planning. Roxy’s analytical approach enables her to solve urban design challenges of various scales and develop innovative and pragmatic design solutions for clients.

Roxy has extensive experience working on private sector development proposals throughout Toronto and the GTHA, providing her urban design expertise and contributing to obtaining planning approvals.  She is actively engaged in leading the preparation of block and master plans, conducting built form analyses, and undertaking comprehensive urban design studies, briefs, and guidelines.  She has also given expert evidence at the Ontario Land Tribunal (OLT) and prepared evidence for hearings at the Toronto Local Appeal Body and OLT.

Roxy joined Bousfields in 2013 as an urban designer, building on her experience working in the field of architecture, and became an Associate with the firm in 2017. Roxy holds a Bachelor of Architectural Science, specializing in Design, from Toronto Metropolitan University and a Master of Environmental Studies, specializing in Urban and Regional Planning, from York University.  Roxy is currently a Candidate Member of the Ontario Professional Planning Institute (OPPI) and the Canadian Institute of Planners (CIP) working towards full membership.