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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  • KMA Director Jas Atwal becomes Academy of Urbanism Chair

    We are proud to announce that KMA Director Jas Atwal has become the new Chair of the Academy of Urbanism. She succeeded Andrew Burrell in January. Jas has been actively involved in the AoU since its Foundation in 2006, having participated in Awards Assessments and orchestrated many of its events, including 10 Congresses and the […]

  • KMA celebrates 20 years

    Kevin Murray Associates now marks 20 years as an independent specialist consultancy, having launched at the Birmingham Urban Summit in October 2002. In those intervening 20 years, planning and regeneration has changed enormously, and many familiar names have been lost from the consultancy scene. The KMA team has grown to include more diverse skills and […]

  • Pre application consultation completed for Oxpens new quarter.

    Over 2021 and 2022, KMA planned and delivered a three stage engagement programme for the Oxpens neighbourhood site in Oxford, for OXWED LLP (a JV between Nuffield College and Oxford City Council). This included a mix of online and in person events as Covid restrictions eased, in July and November 2021, and then September 2022. […]