The era of the big integrated master plan is definitely behind us. Shrinkage, limited investment potential, bottom-up planning and a rapidly changing society require a different approach to large-scale development and transformation challenges. Not standardised solutions, but a thorough analysis of what is really needed. No rigid final plan to be dogmatically adhered to, but rather a much more open, flexible and organically graded transformation process, with the emphasis on identifying and capitalising on the opportunities as they appear.
These are the principles by which we give shape to and manage our development strategies. We display outstanding organisational ability, linked to substantive intelligence of the three cornerstones for a successful and sustainable project, namely: spatial quality, functional quality and financial viability.