Master Planning

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Terras prepare masterplans for many of the projects.

A landscape masterplan is based on a sound knowledge of existing site conditions, site constraints, natural features and development requirements. The landscape architect is an essential part of the design team to ensure that designs maximise the opportunities and manages site constraints at an early stage.

The landscape architect influences design solutions and improves environmental outcomes, often without significant constraint on development. Terras work within current planning, environmental, construction and legislative controls and standards to assist clients in their projects.


Urban Design

Planning concepts for a new urban town development


Landscape Masterplan

Environmental landscape works masterplan for large industrial sites

Urban Design

Planning Principles

Concept design principles and illustrative presentations.

Golf + Estate

Residential Golf Estate Master Plans

Integrated residential and and golf club facilities associated with golf courses.


Presentation Imagery

Final stages of rehabilitation works illustrated to show final establishment of masterplanned works.

Environmental Plans

Fauna Habitat Rehabilitation

Fauna Habitat Rehabilitation

Rural Estate

Rural Vineyard Estate

Residential and Tourist development masterplans.

Estate Masterplans

Residential Lots + Open Space

Complete integrated masterplan proposals.

Golf Estate

Fairway Frontage Residential

Architect designed residential designed around the golf couse fairways in this masterplan.

Site Analysis

Opportunities + Constraints

Site analysis determines development principles.

Integrated Design

Villa Development

Landscape Masterplan for villa development

Planning Principles

Land Analysis

Analysis of land patterns, features and natural resources form part of the masterpan.

Foreshore Design

Foreshore Cityscape

Guidelines and principles for the Hunter Regions premier waterfront. ‘Where the Harbour Meets the City’