Allies and Morrison Urban Practitioners was formed in 2011 through the merger of Allies and Morrison with planning, urban design and consultation practice Urban Practitioners. The Allies and Morrison Urban Practitioners team undertakes all aspects of masterplanning and planning, including planning policy, planning applications, masterplans and Area Action Plans. The team has particular expertise in community consultation and engagement, specialising in a wide range of consultation techniques including pop-up shops, exhibitions, market stalls and surveys. Allies and Morrison Urban Practitioners also has a strong track record in research and publications, including a groundbreaking series for English Heritage which measured the social and economic impact of investment in the historic environment, titled The Heritage Dividend.
Allies and Morrison Urban Practitioners Old Town Masterplan has been adopted by the Croydon Council. The masterplan provides a strategic framework for future development
Allies and Morrison Urban Practitioners was commissioned by Epping Forest District Council
Allies and Morrison Urban Practitioners have secured planning permission from the North Lincolnshire Council Planning Committee for two new villages in North Lincolnshire.
Swindon Town Centre masterplan was highly commended in the RTPI south-
Allies and Morrison Urban Practitioners was commissioned to prepare a strategy to improve the environmental quality of the historic village of Cartmel.
Medway Council has adopted a new masterplan and Development Brief for Rochester Riverside prepared by Allies and Morrison Urban Practitioners.
Allies and Morrison Urban Practitioners was appointed by Letchworth Garden City Heritage Foundation to prepare two new planning strategies for the centre of Letchworth: