Urban planning is a technical and political process concerned with the use of land and design of the spatial environment. Urban planners frequently employ participatory engagement techniques to ensure that their policies and visions reflect the values and concerns of the local community. Together, landscape architecture and urban planning constitute a powerful force for shaping the future of our communities.
See our award winning master plan for the city of Halifax, Cogswell.
Interpretive plans are maps, marking out the destinations we want the visitor to discover, and avoiding hazards—like boredom or bafflement. By setting out the themes and topics for exploration, interpretive plans to map out how stories can be presented before they are transformed visitor experiences.
For Fort Anne National Historic Site, we developed a Interpretive Action and Investment Plan.
We often help organizations, communities, and businesses with identifiying a desired goal and the necessary steps to achieve said goal. the process of thinking about and organizing the activities required to achieve a desired goal. Planning is preparing a sequence of action steps to achieve some specific goal. If an organization does it effectively, it can reduce much the necessary time and effort of achieving the goal. A plan is like a map. When following a plan, he can always see how much he have progressed towards his project goal and how far he is from his destination.
Many times, we work with our landscape architecture colleagues to assess areas for development. We work with clients to examine sites, looking at slope, soils, hydrology, vegetation, parcel ownership, orientation. We research It involves the organization of land use zoning, access, circulation, privacy, security, shelter, and other factors. are assessed and mapped. We work closely with clients to assess optimal location and design that works within sites.
Our work for Dexel asses future development strategies.