These are a few site analyses that I've done during my work at RGP recently. This is a very rare opportunity to analyse a "real" study of architectural planning as most of the analyses are done by the planners who are part of the consultant team.
However, it is crucial for the architect to get his hand on the planning if they need to increase the added value of their services hence a better justification of their fees. Even if the planner had done their part of study on the specific site, the architect may provide suggestion on how these study could be analysed for a feasible project or solution towards the viability of the site.
Nevertheless, this experience assists me in gaining better understanding the British town planning and architecture.
‘In the Name of God, Most Gracious, Most Merciful. By Time, indeed humanity is in a state of loss. Except those who believe and do righteous deeds, and (join together) in the mutual teaching of truth and in the mutual teaching of patience’ (Surah al-`Asr, 103:1-3)
"Professional Architect lives almost by faith. When called upon he can do the job without fear or favour. He possesses aspecialized skill and lives by a code of ethics cloaked in honour andintegrity. He is expected to speak his mind and give his views. Whenfaced with absolute wrong, he can resolutely disagree and walk away." quote from THE PROFESSIONAL MAN by Ar Dr Tan Loke Mun PRESIDENT PAM