Moffat and Beattock Community Action Plan

We were commissioned by Moffat and District Community Council and Kirkpatrick Juxta Community Council as part of a team led by Nick Wright Planning to produce a Community Action Plan for both communities. Icecream Architecture and 4-Consulting were also part

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Clarkston Town Centre Charrette

East Renfrewshire Council commissioned AECOM in collaboration with Nick Wright Planning and WMUD were commissioned in July 2016 to work alongside the Council, the local community and stakeholders to a vision and strategy for Clarkston Town Centre through a […]

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The best of the Cosmic Inspiro-Cloud 2016

Introduction: For the last eight years, we have published a daily image on Tumblr under the banner of the Cosmic Inspiro-Cloud. This started out as a collection of images that we wanted to keep for easy reference – a sort of Pinterest before its time – but I developed...

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Prestwick Town Centre Charrette

In December 2015, South Ayrshire Council commissioned a team led by Willie Miller Urban Design to provide the expertise and organisation to facilitate and deliver the Talk Prestwick Town Centre Charrette. The core team was WMUD, Icecream Architecture, Kevin Murray Associates …

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Coalburn, Douglas and Glespin

Working with Urban Animation (lead) and Nick Wright Planning, we prepared these Community Action Plans (CAPs) with Coalburn Miners Welfare Charitable Society (CMWCS) and the Douglas St Bride’s Community Group (DSBCG). These organisations have an established record in supporting and leading

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Barras Masterplan, Glasgow

One of Glasgow’s most famous institutions, the Barras was founded by James and Margaret McIver in the interwar years and developed into an important and popular area of covered market stalls and street traders. In the mid-20th century it was the place to go to in the city for a bargain and in many…

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Erskine Town Centre Charrette

The “new community” of Erskine, dating from 1970, was originally conceived to have 30,000 residents with schools, community facilities, businesses, a harbour and a town centre. Forty-five years after the first houses were built, many elements of the original plan have materialised yet Erskine needs to continue

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Remaking Rothesay Charrette

In March 2016 WMUD was part of a team led by Icecream Architecture, including Nick Wright Planning, tasked with delivering a Planning Charrette for Rothesay. Funding for this project was from the Scottish Government, SURF and Mount Stewart on behalf of the Bute Alliance for Action…

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Lennoxtown Charrette: Community Planning at Work

The Lennoxtown Town Centre Charrette was commissioned by East Dunbartonshire Council in Spring 2016 and sought to involve Community Planning partners as well as individuals and groups within the local community. WMUD were part of a team which was led by DPT Urban Design.

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Blairgowrie and Rattray Town Centre Charrette

In April 2016 we supported a team led by DTP Urban Design which was commissioned by the Blairgowrie and Rattray Community Council and supported by Perth and Kinross Council and its partner organisations to deliver the Blairgowrie and Rattray Town Centre Charrette. The purpose of the work was to …

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Curating OfHouses: Morris and Steedman

In late 2015, I was invited by Daniel Tudor Munteanu to curate a three-week contribution to OfHouses a daily updated collection of old forgotten houses. OfHouses is approaching its fiftieth curation and has featured a fascinating range of buildings gathered together by some of the most interesting practitioners …

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Angus Council: Future Forfar Town Centre Charrette

Summary: Angus Council commissioned a team led by the excellent Pidgin Perfect to deliver the Forfar Town Centre Charrette – Future Forfar. The town centre charrette was a series of creative conversations, activities and events exploring the future of Forfar Town centre. The Pidgin Perfect team was …

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The best of the Cosmic Inspiro-Cloud 2015

For the last seven years, I have published a daily image on Tumblr under the banner of the Cosmic Inspiro-Cloud. This started out as a collection of images that I wanted to keep for easy reference – a sort of Pinterest before its time – but I developed a curiosity about the popularity of certain images

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Street design in Inverness: the future of Academy Street

A study aimed at generating new street design proposals for Academy Street in Inverness based on the Scottish Government’s Designing Streets guidance and integrating these with a Townscape Heritage Project for the area to produce a substantially improved environment for pedestrians and a better trading…

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A civic heart for Drymen: the potential of the Square

The Square in Drymen – actually more like a small village green than a square – has the potential to become the civic heart of the settlement. But a civic heart is not a physical construction – it requires civic activity. At the present time a range of factors stand in the way of this.

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Motherwell Town Centre Charrette Plus

In June 2015 we were part of a team led by PAS, to facilitate the Motherwell Town Centre Charrette Plus. It was commissioned by North Lanarkshire Council to produce an updated Motherwell Town Centre Action Plan. This was seen as a new vision of a less disjointed, more attractive and pedestrian friendly town centre

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Tranent Town Centre Charrette: integrating past and present

The Tranent Town Centre Charrette was a 3-day intensive design event held between 26 and 28 March 2015 with a follow up launch event on 30 April. East Lothian Council and the Fa’side Area Partnership commissioned the charrette, following a successful application to the Scottish Government

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San Pedro’s new infrastructure: “…it will never happen here”

San Pedro de Alcántara (pop: approx 26,500) lies on the main Costa del Sol coastal road 10 km west of Marbella in Andalucia, Southern Spain. It is easily accessed from either Málaga or Cádiz. As you enter San Pedro, through the entrance arch from Cádiz you find what is probably the most typical Spanish …

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