Masterplanning

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Maximising value, engaging stakeholders and fostering communities

What’s the best way to build a vibrant and resilient community? That’s the underlying question we seek to answer with each masterplanning project.

Cross-sector experience, technical expertise, creativity and collaboration. These four ingredients are essential to successful masterplanning. And you get all four with Corstorphine & Wright.

From strategic masterplans to urban design, we have a proven track record creating places that deliver value to clients and communities. Our people-focused approach is about analysing and truly understanding local needs – and taking an intelligent, ambitious approach to meeting them.

Masterplanning Projects

From mixed-use town centres to detailed housing layouts, from garden villages to large-scale urban extensions – our approach responds to constraints and maximises opportunities. Browse recent projects.

Meet the leading designers heading up our team.

We create places in tune with current needs but with the flexibility to adapt – so they deliver long-term commercial, civic and social value.

Placemaking

Our experienced team brings together urban design, architectural, and town planning expertise. As a result, we create robust and sustainable places to live, work and visit.

Regeneration & Engagement

We take a collaborative approach, working with stakeholders and the community to reconcile varied interests and adapt to changing circumstances.

Social Value & Sustainable Design

Through our people-focused design approach, we help your scheme maximise human connection, wellbeing and sustainability.

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    40+

    Years’ experience

    24

    In the prestigious AJ100 rankings

    85%

    Of projects have been for repeat clients over the past 3 years

    200+

    Team of experienced professionals who share learnings from across the practice

    Every project starts with a conversation.
    Let’s discuss your opportunities, constraints and questions.

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