MASTERPLANS FOR PUBLIC & PRIVATE SECTOR CLIENTS
We recognise that that the term masterplan can mean many different things to many different people, and a masterplan's context and intended application will often dictate the level of detail that is required and the scope of its content.
While no two masterplans are ever quite the same, we have observed over the years that most of our projects fall into a number of distinct categories - each with their own challenges and issues. The summaries below provide a flavour of the range of work we have undertaken over our two decades as masterplanners, although please note that all our work starts with a robust assessment of our client's needs before we advocate a particular solution or approach.
What is a Masterplan?
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Masterplans for Previously Developed Sites
Masterplans for "brownfield" sites need to be technically well informed and deliverable
Masterplans for Green Field Sites
Green field sites need to pay particular attention to existing landscape and ecological issues
Masterplans for Urban Extensions
Large scale urban extensions require consideration of the wider infrastructure implications
Masterplans for Regeneration Projects
Regeneration masterplans require robust viability testing and an understanding of funding sources
Masterplans for New Towns
New towns require support from neighbouring authorities as well as the region's key decision makers
Masterplans for Town Centres
Town centre masterplans need to be capable of being phased and be sensitive to land assembly issues
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