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SCR Vision Launch

Today, 17 February, the SCR Vision has been launched. The prospectus, “A Better Future Together – Developing a Vision” is the product of our close work and collaboration with Professor Heather Campbell of the University of Sheffield, the other anchor institutions in the region, Sheffield Hallam University and the Sheffield Teaching Hospital Trust, and some […]

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 […]

Amman ‘People-Places’ Charrette Workshop

Kevin Murray helped to lead a major charrette-type collaborative training exercise at Isra University in Amman, Jordan, working alongside Husam Al Waer (Dundee University) and Samer Bagaeen (Brighton University). Led by Dr Nawar Alatassi, the exercise sought to simulate actual charrette process evolution over several days, with students working collaboratively in groups to address two […]

Glasgow University REPR MSc 2015: Port Dundas Spatial Planning

The 2014-2015 REPR Masters students at Glasgow University studied the Port Dundas-Sighthill area as part of their Spatial Planning group project. Led by Amin Kamete and Kevin Murray, this work entailed analysing and devising a plan for this area to the north of the city centre, currently subject to several initiatives of regenerative change. The […]

Firhill-Hamiltonhill Charrette

Kevin Murray Associates were commissioned by Scottish Canals and their partners to facilitate the Applecross-Firhill-Hamiltonhill-Woodside Charrette, or as it came to be known, “What Floats Your Boat?” Charrette. We worked alongside the charrette design team of LUC, LDN architects, AECOM and Envirocentre to programme a charrette event that took in a wide area around the […]

Review of the Strategic Development Plans in Scotland

In October 2013, a team from KMA and the University of Glasgow were commissioned by the Scottish Government to undertake a review of the Strategic Development Plans and their ‘fitness for purpose’. Vincent Goodstadt advised our team, drawing on his extensive experience of strategic planning and his role in helping establishing the current Scottish model. […]