Peter Lambur first joined Council after winning the 2016 by-election. Peter was re-elected in 2018 for his first full term as a councillor.
He previously served as Vice-Chair of the Community Engagement Committee and as a citizen member of the Strategic Planning Working Group.
A West Vancouver resident since 1992, Peter lives in Ambleside with his wife Rebecca Black and their two dogs, Roco and Tasha.
An architect and planner, Peter has been an advocate for citizen involvement in neighbourhood planning and sustainable design practices throughout his career. His first project on the North Shore was the Pacific Environmental Science Centre (1994) and most recently, the new Emily Carr University Campus in Vancouver (completed in 2017).
On Council, Peter has devoted much of his time to the new Official Community Plan. He was recently appointed as the Council representative to the new Neighbourhood Character Working Group tasked with developing policies that respect neighbourhood character and minimize impacts of new development in single-family residential areas.