Urban design is the practice of shaping the built environment to improve the quality and overall liveability of cities and towns.
Good urban design employs a multidisciplinary approach to create integrated and considered environments and often involves transport, planning, architecture, landscape architecture and engineering expertise.
Urban design is important because of its potential to significantly influence:
As the Level Crossing Removal Project is a major legacy project, it is critical that the best possible outcome for the transport network is achieved, and that all users benefit through the experience of better public places.
Examples of built legacy elements in all of our projects include: