URBAN REGENERATION

URBAN REGENERATION

Good urban regeneration ensures our town and cities are sustainable and resilient. It succeeds in the critical interplay of economic robustness, social cohesion and a quality of environment.

It is a field that lends itself to a practice such as ours, where multidisciplinary teams are regularly brought together to collaborate on projects and our internal urban design team can

draw together strands of architecture, landscape design and planning to ensure our buildings, streets and urban spaces can really sing.

For us, this is not a paper exercise, it is about delivering real change – working with local communities, listening and then acting, to make real places out of spaces.

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