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Online Urban Planning (OUP) delivers sustainable urban planning services from industry leading planners at an affordable price. By using the latest internet technology we have eliminated the huge expense of a traditional planning studio and have created the first online planning network. We work with you in creating a unique vision of your property, and deliver colored site plans and design booklets right to your door. Our core values that we incorporate in every project are professionalism, sustainability and affordability.


Our team of professionals have high profile experience in land planning, urban design, identity and graphics, programming and entitlements on projects world wide. OUP Team Members belong to many prestigious urban planning organizations including, Urban Land Institute, American Planning Association, American Institute of Architects, American Society of Landscape Architects, Lambda Alpha International Economic Society, International Council of Shopping Centers, US Green Building Council, American Petroleum Institute, American Wind Energy Association and The Milken Institute.


OUP specializes in triple bottom line sustainable strategies to help property owners develop renewable solutions in energy generation and achieve LEED certification. We understand what it means to be sustainable—just look at our business model.


Since OUP utilizes virtual space instead of office space, we can pass along the enormous savings to our clients. With little overhead expense we are able to provide studio quality planning at a fraction of the price. Call us today for more pricing information (877) 752-6750.

 


Check out this booklet we just completed for a developer in the Ukraine. This is a 505 ac. business and retail district in Schastlivoe Village, Ukraine.


OUP was asked to develop a plan and design for a new sustainable Civic Center for the city of South Gate, California.

 

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