Broadway Malyan

Broadway Malyan is a global architecture, urbanism and design practice dedicated to creating cities, buildings and places that will provide a lasting legacy.  Through a shared design ethos, we work together to create places with a strong sense of identity and purpose where people and communities want to live, learn, shop, work and relax.

Our 70 strong expert team of master planners, urban plannners, urban designers and landscape architects partner with public and private clients in the UK and internationally to deliver high quality, sustainable cities, towns and neighbourhoods that have a strong sense of place.

We support all scales of urban development from new cities and towns to urban extensions and from regenerated urban quarters to individual neighbourhood blocks. We believe that an understanding of the local physical context coupled with the thoughts and aspirations of local people and decision makers, as well as good urban design principles, help to create a strong vision which is essential in quality place-making.

Our master planners and urban designers work closely with our landscape designers and architects as the public realm and landscape are fundamental to the identity, performance and attractiveness of places, whilst an understanding of the buildings themselves creates visually rich schemes that are buildable and viable.

Adastral Park, Suffolk (113 ha/2,000 homes)
Longcross Garden Village, Surrey (South site/123 ha/1,750 homes)
Chonburi Province, Thailand (100 ha digital park/homes for 58,000 people)
Primary Office
Riverside House
2A Southwark Bridge Road
020 7261 4200
Key Contact
Jeff Nottage
Regional Offices: 
North West
South East
West Midlands
3D Visualisations
Branding & Identity Design
Landscape Architecture
Public Consultation
Streetscape Design
Town Planning
Urban Design
Residential Schemes
Retail and Town Centres
Commercial Office & Employment Space
Public Realm Design & Transport Planning
Mixed Use Brownfield Regeneration
Greenfield Development
Green Infrastructure & Open Spaces
Coastal Areas
Tourism & Leisure
Health & Social Care