Urban design and place making

Recent Projects

Bateau Bay and Lake Haven

Port Stephens Waterfront Masterplan

Huskisson Plaza Master Plan – Jervis Bay


When it comes to place making and urban design projects, realising your vision can be challenging. 

Crucial to the success of your projects are the processes you use to generate a plan that satisfies government policy and meets, or even exceeds, community expectations.

The commercial outcome of your project and the value it provides to your community is central to TPG’s innovative urban design services.

We have successfully led a number of master planning and urban design projects in both NSW and WA ranging from the preparation of land use and subdivision plans, to development control plans and guidelines, and strategic master plans in a range of urban environments.

You'll find our projects in town centres and urban renewal precincts, urban release areas, business parks, recreational areas and foreshores, public domains and streetscapes.

Importantly, we understand that complex issues may require complex and creative solutions.

Whether it is a private venture or a public sector project, we will work with you to ensure your spaces are designed to cater not only for existing communities, but will also be robust enough to accommodate change by future generations.

Our urban design and place making services

  • Master planning
  • Place making and activation
  • Subdivision design
  • 3D Modelling
  • Graphics and mapping
  • Community and stakeholder engagement
With access to the urban design expertise and award winning experience of the TPG team nationwide, we can ensure your project achieves the outcomes you are seeking.




"Curtin University engaged TPG as the lead consultant for the preparation of a Place Activation Plan to assist and guide the University as it transitions from an inwardly looking and isolated suburban campus in to a vibrant people focused urban centre. The work undertaken by TPG and their team is exemplary and sparked the imagination of the Curtin population to such an extent that the initiatives proposed have greatly influenced the future direction of the University. This is a rare achievement indeed for any Organisation.

The team, led by TPG, were professional and future facing – that is, they knew how to engage with all sections of our diverse community creating a compelling place based approach to campus redevelopment. It is with pleasure that I endorse the work of TPG as a leader in the field of Place Making in Perth".

Andy Sharp
Director, Campus Development

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