Port Dundas Charrette – Second Session

2 May 2014 | blog, cities, frameworks, neighbourhood, place making, strategy

Port Dundas Charrette Part Two 24 April 2014

Introduction


This is the story of the second session of Port Dundas planning Charrette held on 24 April 2014 at The Whisky Bond in Glasgow as seen through the eyes of social media. It was supported by the Scottish Government, Scottish Canals and Glasgow City Council. The team was led by Kevin Murray Associates and Peter Brett Associates with design support from WMUD and Benton Scott-Simmons and organised by Jas Atwal Associates. This second event explored the latest thinking about the future of the area in a collaborative setting with local residents and businesses, landowners, council officers, developers and public agencies. The charrette looked at future roles for the areas, activities, uses, infrastructure, phasing and delivery.

The Charrette Presentation

The Story of the Charrette

The next stage of the project is the write-up of the Report for client partners.

Willie Miller, the founder and principal of WMUD, died on 12th January 2021 after a short illness. Willie was a much-loved husband and father and had a huge circle of friends  and professional colleagues. He was a multi-talented urban designer whose work had a major impact on hundreds of cities, towns and neighbourhoods throughout the UK and over the past 25 years. He also worked in Ireland, the Channel Islands and the USA.

Ines Triebel has been with WMUD since 2005, and she will continue the practice, drawing on her skills as a planner and designer. Ines has worked on place strategies, masterplans, policy guidance, regeneration and development frameworks, and the design of public realm and streetscape projects. She has extensive experience of working with communities, including charrettes.

WMUD will continue its long-standing strategic partnerships with Benton Scott-Simmons, Nick Wright Planning, Kevin Murray Associates, icecream architecture, yellow book and others. Please direct inquiries to Ines at [email protected] or contact any of the practices named above.