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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  • North Berwick Town Centre Charrette

    Kevin Murray Associates led a team alongside Willie Miller Urban Design and Urban Movement on the North Berwick Town Centre Charrette. The North Berwick Coastal Area Partnership, supported by East Lothian Council and the Scottish Government Charrette Mainstreaming Programme, commissioned the charrette with a particular focus on accessibility in the town centre. In advance of […]

  • Inverness Victorian Market Action Plan

    The Inverness Victorian Market is a key asset in the heart of the city centre. The Highland Council commissioned Kevin Murray Associates to facilitate a series of workshops with traders and stakeholders and to devise an action plan for the regeneration of the Market. Kevin Murray undertook a series of interviews with traders ahead of […]

  • Our analysis of latest consultation responses to The Planning Review is published

    We are pleased to announce that the report from our commission to analyse the latest evidence submitted to the Scottish Government’s Planning Review has now been published on the Scottish Government Website. Undertaken with the University of Dundee and Eclipse Research Consultants, the project involved the analysis of the 474 written submissions, using a cross-coding system, […]