The master plan of a 120 Ha site close to the centre of Prague was a collaboration with specialist consultants, local architects, planning and administrative authorities.
As well as commercial and residential redevelopment the scheme included a major transport interchange hub, linking bus and international coach services with three existing metro stations along the southern edge of the site.
The design also had to take into consideration and accommodate flood plain overflow from the River Vltava.
Currently (2013) a number of the plots, predominantly to the western end of the site, have been developed.
Moxley Architects were appointed by the Souillac Country Club to produce the master plan for extending their existing 9 hole golf course to 18 holes. Detailed designs for a new club house, leisure facilities and 128 residential units were also provided.
Preliminary planning and design studies to assess the potential of a 1.50 Ha site in the Kenny Heights district, Kuala Lumpur. The proposal provides 115 apartments, communal facilities, swimming pool, tennis court, landscaping and two levels of underground parking. The scheme, developed in conjunction with local architects and engineers, was submitted for planning approval in January 2000.