About VU.CITY 2018-05-29T08:40:40+00:00

VU.CITY: the largest and most accurate fully interactive digital city models

Until now we have relied on physical models and CGIs to help visualise the future. Now VU.CITY has created the largest and most accurate truly interactive digital city model, continuously updated to provide a revolutionary tool for architects, developers, advisors and the public sector.

VU.CITY saves time and money for anyone involved in planning or development and is directly leading to better decision making. It is already being used by local government, public bodies, architects, land owners, developers and property agents. Using game engine technology, users can import their own 3D model into VU.CITY to immediately place their proposals in context and test their visual impact, scale and massing.

The development of a digital model for London has long been called for as a vital planning tool for the city and the arrival of VU.CITY London is being rapidly adopted as a requirement by an increasing number of local authorities. The digital model is fully aligned with the draft London Plan and recently released draft NPPF in terms of the adoption and use of 3D models to understand how cities can be operated and the potential impact upon the use and experience of that environment.

Our cities include London, Manchester, Birmingham, Belfast, Brighton and Paris with future planned growth and investment at home and abroad.

Revolutionary design and masterplanning tool – import your 3D model into VU.CITY, view developments from ALL angles, including views out and take screen shots.

Save time and money through the planning process – assess scale, massing, footprint, AOD in minutes and reduce the number of AVRs by using VU.CITY to decide on key viewpoints.

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