The partner company is a leading proponent of traditional urbanism and advances the discipline through professional debate and research. The portfolio includes major urban extensions, new settlements and small-scale infill. By collaborating with the University of Strathclyde Architecture Department they will be able to embed Multiple Centrality Assessment (MCA) as a strategic modelling tool for use in urban regeneration, therefore delivering positive economic and societal impact for affected communities.
|Effective start/end date||1/08/11 → 30/09/12|
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