Urban Economist

The Urban Design Group is an interdisciplinary team, covering a wide range of scales from strategic regional studies to master planning, regeneration and large architectural projects. Design excellence is our core value and we believe that this requires an active dialogue between disciplines. The group brings together a number of experts from different areas, from planning to landscape architecture and spatial design to social anthropology, to create unique environments and spaces, designed for people, that have positive impacts beyond the projects’ boundaries.
We understand that a viable economic strategy is critical for any successful master plan. As part of a drive to expand our master planning activities, we are therefore looking to expand our capabilities in that area. As the first Urban Economist on our team, you will help define your role in our multi-disciplinary group. With a deep understanding of real estate finance and economics, you will help us assess the socio-economic

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