Prededent Studies & Best Practice Guides
Case studies are an excellent way of demonstrating the value of good design to project steering groups. Considering what has been achieved in similar projects will allow you to understand what is achievable & what should be aspired towards in your built environment project. Helping to maximise the value good design can add.
We can produce a range of case studies and reports. Specifically tailored to drive forward the design agenda of your architectural, landscape or urban design project.
Our reports present a range of relevant projects to your own. Drawing conclusions that can be used to help when brief writing, budget planning, developing the project vision & testing feasibility. We use our skills as architects & urbanists to provide an independent summary of key points which will have the biggest impact on your project & the needs of your organisation.
Best Practice Guides:
Best practice guides are case studies tailored to the needs of local authorities. Consisting of a policy-type report on a particular subject area. They provide guidance to ensure up to date thinking & best practice is integrated into policy decisions or major projects.
Find Out More:
Our precedent studies have proven invaluable in our work with a range of organisations across Yorkshire & the Humber. Helping to clarifying the project team’s thinking on particular topics & helping to promote the benefits of good design.
Precedent studies complement our other design enabling, brief writing, competition management & feasibility services. Contact us on 0114 2752620 or email@example.com for more information.
“We found the precedent study very useful at project design stage to animate discussion, to open up possibilities and also to focus aspirations across the partnership”
The recently published National Design Guide challenges us to rethink local design policy and how we evaluate design quality. In order to make effective planning decisions officers and elected members need to understand what the guide [...]
We are now scheduling Design Review sessions for Spring 2020. If you have a scheme that would benefit from Design Review please contact Jamie Wilde for more information.