· What uses is a site suitable for (i.e. its land development capability and yield)?
· What uses - type, intensity, location, design could go there, and in what form and character (and are they marketable in the long term)?
· What uses could there in different circumstances, (e.g. an enhanced level of amenity, improved access to, and image of, the site etc) and can they add value to the site and generate wider benefits?
The above questions confirm the emphasis on the need to focus early on the physical capability of a site. We investigate sites for public, private sector and institutional clients based on sound marketing, financial, social, environmental and physical analysis and best practice urban design.
|We create plans for sites ranging from individual infill projects through to large scale plans for new residential communities, town centre and employment precincts. Our plans are based on sound marketing, financial, social, environmental and physical analysis and best practice urban design. They address potential land uses and intensities/yields, road and access networks, public places and spaces and environmental protection measures, which respond to the site's characteristics in an innovative yet practical manner. |