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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  • Kevin Murray Associates recognised at RTPI Awards

    Kevin Murray Associates has received a commendation in the category for Small Planning Consultancy of the Year at the Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI) Awards for Planning Excellence 2020. The ceremony took place virtually this year – we got together as a team on Zoom to watch the livestream, and cheer together! The RTPI Awards […]

  • RTPI Measuring Planning Outcomes Research – Survey Live

    KMA are delighted to be leading a consortium of researchers and practitioners from across the UK and Ireland to deliver this really interesting and important research commissioned by the RTPI alongside project and funding partners in Scotland, England, Wales, Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland. We are working with yellowbook, McCabe Durney Barnes, University […]

  • KMA Covid-19 Response

    During the ongoing Covid-19 health crisis, KMA remain fully operational. Team members are working flexibly from home to help our clients progress their projects. We want all our communities to be safe and are therefore taking social distancing and, if necessary, isolation very seriously. We have always been an agile team, our work demands it. […]