PLANNING PARTNERS (Pty) Ltd. is a multi-disciplinary firm with a wide range and depth of expertise with regard to urban and regional planning, master planning, project planning and landscape architecture. The firm has clients worldwide and is committed to a holistic approach in which these disciplines are integrated in order to deliver quality environments.

The firm’s planning and design experience spans a period of more than 45 years and ranges from regional plans, large residential estate, golf estates to marinas, resorts and commercial precincts. Planning Partners undertakes work within South Africa, while international work is undertaken by PLANNING PARTNERS INTERNATIONAL (Pty) Ltd.


By far the greatest and most admirable form of wisdom is that
needed to plan and beautify cities and human communities.





Planning Partners is committed to serving the interests of individual clients and the interests of the wider community. A high degree of professionalism is emphasized, which includes dedication to quality, sensitivity towards the needs of communities, concern about the environment and a stance which transcends political views.

Our goal is to make an effective contribution to the well being of society by designing attractive, liveable and enabling environments. Whether these environments are natural or man made, they must result from the interaction of various components and processes which should not be considered in isolation.


Our Team

PLANNING PARTNERS operate under the management of Three Directors. They are assisted by Three Town Planners, Two Landscape Architects, One Architect, Two Horticulturists, several Technicians and the normal complement of drawing office and administrative staff. Most staff have been with Planning Partners for over 15 years, which contributes to our stability and experience. Planning Partners has a level 3 BBBEE rating.

With over 45 years of operation, the Practice has built up a wide range of experience and a responsible reputation in its field. Clients include Multi-National Corporations, Property Development Companies, Local Authorities, Government Departments, Parastatal Organisations, International Development Institutions, International Non-Governmental Organizations and Private Individuals.

And I dream of the vast deserts, the forests, and all of the wilderness of our continent, wild places that we should protect as a precious heritage for our children and for our children’s children. We must never forget that it is our duty to protect this environment.