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.
TOWN & REGIONAL PLANNING
We cover all aspects of town and regional planning, including spatial planning (e.g. urban structure plans, precinct plans and design frameworks for mixed use developments, upmarket residential estates and low-cost housing projects), land use planning (e.g. statutory land use applications such as rezoning, subdivision and regulation departures) and policy planning (e.g. municipal human settlement plans). We specialise in planning for complex large scale urban developments, but are equally adept at handling small scale localised developments.
Planning Partners provides a complete landscape architectural service from inception to close out. Conceptual plans are developed into working drawings and contract documents, after which we provide the necessary supervision to ensure successful implementation on site. Our portfolio of successful landscape projects ranges from office parks and hotel sites to historical gardens, campus development, residential townships, shopping centres, pedestrian malls, urban parks, resorts and even cemeteries. We have particular expertise in transport infrastructure and NMT facilities, resort and golf estate projects, as well as waterfront and marina developments.
We undertake projects from conceptual levels through to implementation. Our extensive experience working on a wide range of projects across scales means that we can offer our clients a clear strategy to suit their own unique project needs and give them clear guidance on how to achieve successful results.
Our team has vast experience in master planning, which involves the preparation of conceptual layouts to guide future growth, design and development on a site. Master planning is about making the connection between buildings, social settings, and their surrounding environments within a given context. A master plan includes analysis, recommendations, and proposals based on a site’s population, economy, housing, transportation, community facilities and land use. It is based on public input, surveys, planning initiatives, existing development, physical characteristics, as well as prevailing social and economic conditions.