This Town Centre Action Plan has been produced during 2010-2011 by Development and Regeneration Services with support from Glasgow Canal Regeneration Partnership and a consultancy team including Kevin Murray Associates, WMUD, Nick Wright Planning and MVA, working with the local community, including community groups, businesses, young people and key agencies
The purpose of the Energetica Placemaking Guidance is to translate the Energetica Vision of transforming the coastal zone from Aberdeen to Peterhead into a high class lifestyle, leisure and business location by providing clear guidance to all developers on the standards to be adopted when initiating new developments.
The Integrated Urban Development Plan (IUDP) for Kilmarnock was commissioned by the Make it Kilmarnock Board and in the autumn of 2010, and funded by East Ayrshire Council and Diageo. Its focus was on the central area of the town, in and around the town centre, and including the Diageo site, generating a forward-looking, yet deliverable vision.
We were commissioned as part of a team led by Kevin Murray Associates including Nick Wright Planning and Hamilton-Baillie Associates to undertake a brief study of Strathaven town centre in collaboration with the local community. The aim of the study was to suggest ways in which the vitality and viability of the town centre could be improved through harnessing the energy and ideas of the local business and residential communities.
We were appointed by Architecture and Design Scotland to work with Highland Council in preparing the spatial content of a Vision for the City of Inverness, making extensive use of Geographical Information Systems and working with the residential and business communities to develop a range of initiatives aimed at improving the spatial structure, economy and quality of the city.
The Belfast Integrated Strategic Tourism Framework is an approach to developing tourism in which all aspects of city development feed into a strategy for the city so that the benefits from tourism can be more widespread. This work was commissioned by Belfast City Council and the Northern Ireland Tourist Board. The consultancy team consisted of TTC International (lead), Locum, RPD and WMUD.
conceptual, strategic and development work in urbanism, town making, city planning, place-making and urban design
agencies, communities, companies and individuals who provide value to civic society through improving quality of life, economy and environment
from city regions, sub-regions, cities, towns and neighbourhoods to rural areas and countryside, villages, hamlets, sites, plots and gardens
we work across the disciplines of architecture, urbanism, geography, landscape, economics and social sciences