Land use and town planning
Comprehensive land use planning services from strategies for large areas to master plans and detailed town plans and regional plans.
We utilise the extensive expertise of our specialists in strategic planning, economic development, town planning, traffic planning, water management, building history and regional and municipal engineering for our projects. Town plans and their effects are assessed by our experienced landscape, nature and economic experts.
Our customers include cities, municipalities, the state, companies and private individuals.
We draft reports on development zones and structural models for urban areas, envision development ideas for municipalities and seek creative solutions by reconciling economic activities based on natural resources with other kinds of land use. We draft component master plans for areas in city centres and villages, beaches, wind power parks and mining areas. We draft town plans for attractive residential areas and areas used by industry and tourism, where we determine the implementation prerequisites for individual projects through town plan amendments. Any plan solutions are illustrated with 3D-modelling. With the help of numerical plan combinations, the residents of the municipality can access up-to-date information on the town plan.
The server and data bank for geographical information provide versatile tools to organise interaction during the town planning phase. Everyone has access to up-to-date planning project information on the server, which also has a commenting function. Customer-specific solutions may also be created on the geographical information server. Land use planning is focused on impressive and practical electronic reporting.
Digital tools illustrate design solutions
We use illustrative digital tools, such as virtual and augmented reality, for interior design based on information models. Visualising information helps those involved compare options, understand complex entities and make informed decisions. Gamified methods also support interaction and communication with the users of the premises.