“Rapid global urbanisation and the rebalancing of economic and environmental imperatives pose fascinating challenges. Creativity is at the heart of our response; shaping places that are attractive, competitive and sustainable.” Francis Glare, urban design director
We provide a creative lead in our approach to masterplanning and regeneration. Our track record is second-to-none; tackling issues of de-industrialisation and market stagnation to deliver places of enduring quality with flair and imagination.
Our masterplans respond to local conditions and client aspirations whilst also promoting universal qualities of environmental harmony, social cohesion and physical beauty. True places for people.
Liesl is our urban design director in Benthuizen studio. In this short video she tells us about her career in BDP.
Planning director Anna Sinnott has been invited to speak for the I am Visible initiative during the week celebrating International Women’s Day.
An interdisciplinary design team from BDP has been working with Ashanti Akim Community Organisation (AACO) to masterplan and develop an educational community campus in Dampong, Ghana.
It is precisely one year since I made the decision to welcome BDP, a distinguished British interdisciplinary design practice, into the Nippon Koei Group.
BDP is part of a team led by Nippon Koei commissioned to update the Strategic Urban Development Plan (SUDP) for Yangon, the former capital and current commercial and business hub of Myanmar
BDP has been appointed as an interdisciplinary team to design a new academic building for Canterbury Christ Church University.
Landscape director Mehron Kirk leads walking tours of two of his team’s successful urban regeneration projects in Lewisham for this year’s Open House London weekend.
Architect director Peter Marshall is one of the speakers at the A @ W 2015 conference in Shanghai. He will present on the first day at 13.30 on the subject of urban regeneration using BDP’s Liverpool One project as an exemplar case study.
Aberdeen City Council has unanimously approved BDP’s plans for the multi-million pound regeneration of Aberdeen city centre.