Welcome to the Urban Design Group

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Latest Jobs (View All)

Lambert Smith Hampton
London and South East
Pegasus Group
East Midlands
Alan Baxter
London and South East
Savills Urban Design Studio
Solent
David Lock Associates
London and South East
BDP
North West

Latest Articles (View All)

Photo by Markus Spiske on Unsplash
Climate Change Global Digest by Jane Manning
 The walls were taken down in 1959
Endpiece by Joe Holyoak
isola bella_mono image
My Favourite Plan by Simon Ward
Distributor Road
Robert Huxford
1. London King’s Cross, the German Gymnasium restaurant
Jane Manning
2. Kings Crescent
Katja Stille

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4
May 2021
Ahead of the Mayoral elections on Thursday 6 May, UDG worked with the NLA and other key built environment professional bodies to write a letter setting out key issues for the future Mayor of London to address. The letter was sent to all Mayoral candidates.
31
March 2021
Our monthly round up of events, initiatives and other UDG activities and resources
27
March 2021
UDG responds to consultation on Draft Revised National Planning Policy Statement for England with proposals to ensure that it delivers on sustainable development.

Latest Journal Issues (View All)

URBAN DESIGN 158 Spring 2021 Publication Urban Design Group
DESIGNING FOR AN AGEING POPULATION
URBAN DESIGN 157 Winter 2021 Publication Urban Design Group
RESEARCH IN PRACTICE
URBAN DESIGN 156 Autumn 2020 Publication Urban Design Group
CHILD FRIENDLY CITY

About the Urban Design Group

Founded in 1978, the Urban Design Group (UDG) is a campaigning membership organisation with over 1000 members who care about the quality of life in our cities, towns and villages, and believe that raising standards of urban design is central to its improvement.

The UDG website contains a wealth of information for anyone interested in urban design including details of urban design practices, university courses, publications and job vacancies, as well as future urban design events. Our regular email newsletter Urban Update is a one-stop-shop for urban design news, articles and blog posts.