Principal & Partner I Executive Director
We recognise education infrastructure as places for continuous learning, business incubators and community hubs, that generate local jobs, travel and activity.
Planning for education services and infrastructure brings together several areas of our expertise.
We analyse how educational facilities are used by communities – whether they are local spaces or have a more regional catchment; whether they are being used to their potential or could be better optimised to support the overall education network; how they influence or are influenced by surrounding land uses; and how they can be planned to support sustainable economic growth and equitable service delivery beyond just education services.
We draw on known trends and demographic data to understand demand and the kind of investment required - from new facilities to better public transport or surrounding innovation space.
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