The Design Partnership is a multidisciplinary planning and design practice with two offices: Central Coast and Hunter Region. We offer a range of services in urban design, town planning, architecture, heritage and CPTED. Our project experience includes a wide range of residential, commercial, industrial, infrastructure and community projects.

We undertake work across NSW and interstate. Local Government Areas in which we have experience include: Blacktown, Blue Mountains, Central Coast (formerly Gosford and Wyong), Cessnock, Dubbo, Hawkesbury, Hornsby, Kempsey, Lake Macquarie, Maitland, Mid-Western, Mosman, Newcastle, Oberon, Orange, Port Macquarie, Port Stephens, Randwick, City of Ryde, Sydney, Tamworth, Taree, Warringah, Wollongong.

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Latest Blog Posts

Olympic Gold for Town Planning and Architecture
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Here at The Design Partnership we like to reduce our impact on the environment so today we’re recycling an old blog post. Did you know that between 1912 and 1948, architects and town planners were competitors in the modern Olympic … Read More

TDP & ARTSCAPE – Maitland Place Activation Strategy
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The Design Partnership is pleased to announce that we will be collaborating with ARTSCAPE to produce the Maitland Place Activation Strategy for Maitland City Council. ARTSCAPE is an Australian public art, place making and cultural planning consultancy with a twelve-year … Read More

Rail Lines – Re-imagining Urban Space
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Our Director of Planning and Heritage, Andrew Neil, recently presented at PRD Newcastle’s Suite Sessions series alongside David Moir of Moir Landscape Architecture and Mark Kentwell of PRD Newcastle.The Suite Sessions are held at PRD’s Newcastle New Projects suite in … Read More