David Lock Associates has worked in collaboration with Stonnington City Council to undertake an Urban Design Framework (UDF) for Malvern Road-Burke Road Neighbourhood Activity Centre in response to the opportunity presented by the planned grade separation of the Glen Waverley rail line at Burke Road.
David Lock Associates and Arup have launched their student competition, asking students to tackle the task of developing an urban design framework for Melbourne’s St Kilda Junction and south of St Kilda Road.
London Park subdivision is currently under construction.
Getting the strategic analysis right as part of an urban context and design response report (UCR) can make all the difference in making the case for planning approval at council.
Recent debate around the eagerly anticipated release of the Better Apartment Design guidelines from the Office of the Victorian Government Architects (OVGA) provides the perfect opportunity to closely examine the implications of the standards and draw some national and international comparisons.
We’d like to wish all our clients, collaborators and partners a happy, peaceful and safe Christmas and New Year with friends and family.
Congratulations to RotheLowman for taking out two awards at the Urban Development Institute of Australia awards for excellence.
David Lock Associates in collaboration with Charter Keck Cramer and One Mile Grid are pleased to announce that we have commenced work for the City of Stonnington on the Hawksburn Village Structure Plan.
As Victorians go to the polls this weekend, one of the differences between the two major parties is in how they intend to deal with a major headache for Melbourne motorists and indeed the productivity of the city – the curse of the level crossing.
David Lock Associates couldn’t let Movember pass by without the sprouting of excess facial hair all for a good cause of course.
David Lock Associates played a key role in the recent approval of Chadstone Shopping Centre’s $580 million expansion.
The Re:imagine the Junction urban design competition has been rescheduled for 2015.
This article by David Lock Associates' Associate Planner, Danny Hahesy, was recently published in The PIA's Planning News.
‘Housing diversity’ is a term often used in Strategic Plans and Planning Schemes across the country. The aim is to increase housing choice so that we all have access to a range of different housing types to suit our tastes or circumstances throughout our lives. Coupled with this is the desire to increase residential densities within the existing metropolitan area to make more efficient use of current infrastructure and minimise outward growth of our cities (amongst other things).
David Lock Associates is looking for an experienced Associate Planner with a focus on business growth and development.
If you have strong networks in the Melbourne market, a track record in building and maintaining client relationships and delivering excellent planning outcomes for clients, this could be the role for you.
This is a permanent, full-time position in our office in South Melbourne. Please review the detailed duties and responsibilities on Seek for more information on the next steps.