ACCA Consultant

Donald Luxton


Company Name

Donald Luxton & Associates




British Columbia

Business Phone


Biographical Info

Donald Luxton & Associates offers a diverse range of consulting services in cultural & heritage planning. Our award-winning, multi-disciplinary team ensures a creative and practical response to the management of cultural and heritage resources for both the public and private sectors. We are committed to exceptional service, and pride ourselves on our communication skills, our creative and rigorous approach to research and our commitment to sustainability. Our team members are exceptionally skilled at managing complex technical projects from inception through to completion. Donald Luxton has practised in the field of heritage conservation since 1983. He has demonstrated experience in all aspects of municipal heritage planning and restoration, heritage area site planning, and feasibility studies. His reputation as a heritage consultant, educator and author has been firmly established on projects throughout British Columbia, the Yukon and Alberta. Mr. Luxton's past projects include numerous municipal heritage inventories, strategies and management plans, as well as the restoration of residential, commercial, and institutional buildings. Recent restoration projects include Mole Hill Community Housing, Streamline Place (Heritage Award, 2000), and the PGE Railway Station (Heritage Society of B.C. Provincial Heritage Award, 1998). Recent planning projects include the City of Whitehorse Heritage Management Plan (1999), B.C. Packers, Steveston, Heritage Interpretive Plan (1997-2000), and Municipal Heritage Management Plans for the City of Nanaimo (1998), the Corporation of Delta (1998-1999), the District of Saanich (1999), and the City of Port Moody (2000).

Year consulting practice established


Primary Clients

Cultural Not-For-Profit, Cultural For-Profit, Municipalities

Consulting Specialization

Capital projects (feasibility studies), Governance, Municipal cultural planning, Research, Strategic planning

Frequent Disciplines

Museums and heritage