Kevin Murray Associates is an award-winning niche consultancy operating across the spectrum of spatial planning, regeneration, urban design and community consultation. Established in 2002, the practice draws from over 30 years’ direct experience in leading edge projects in town planning, regeneration, urban design and economic development. A range of services is offered to suit the needs of different client groups and geographical circumstances, and we can happily operate as either lead consultant and as part of a team.

what we do

KMA offers consultancy advice to clients in the planning of towns, cities and their neighbourhoods, including town centres, mixed use cultural quarters, waterfronts and residential areas.

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media posts

These are the three latest media posts from Kevin Murray Associates

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  • Our analysis on The Planning Review evidence is published.

    We are delighted to announce that the output from our commission, undertaken with the University of Dundee, to analyse the evidence submitted to the Scottish Government’s Planning Review, has now been published on the Scottish Government website. The project, which involved rapid analysis of the 391 written submissions, using a cross-coding system, was undertake in […]

  • Cowdenbeath Youth Charrette

    KMA were appointed by Fife Council to undertake a youth ‘training’ charrette with young people in Cowdenbeath. Working with young people is a key dimension of our place momentum collaborative placemaking approach. Our team, comprising Kevin, Husam and Iain, worked with a mix of local young people to explore, understand, then plan the future of […]

  • Launch of the Sheffield City Region Visioning process

    We are delighted to announce our involvement in facilitating the Sheffield City Region visioning process. We have been working for many months with various institutions across the city region to help devise an approach to build an inclusive, aspirational vision that builds strategic relationships goals and a shared direction, building from the existing base of […]