Dan Roebuck


Dan studied BSc Architectural Technology at The Robert Gordon University and graduated in September 2000. Dan now has over 10 years professional experience which includes 4 years working for Lovejoy Scotland, a 3 year period working in NSW Australia for Site Image, and 3 years of employment with EDAW Edinburgh. He has considerable project experience coordinating and producing high quality documentation for landscape assessment, masterplanning, design development, detail design, and has held key roles in developing masterplans, planning applications, tender packages, and construction documentation. Dan joined the OPEN team in February 2010.

During his employment abroad Dan gained valuable experience working on a number of resort developments. Upon returning to the UK his involvement in resort masterplanning continued through his employment at EDAW, having a key role in the development of the Riffa Views Golf Resort in Bahrain. Dan was responsible for coordinating the design and production of an extensive detailed design drawing set, and working collaboratively with EDAW Edinburgh, London, Phoenix, and a number of consultants to produce an extensive, high quality tender package. Dan was also responsible for assisting in the project management and coordination during site supervision of construction stages. Following this Dan formed part of a small resort development team within the Edinburgh office and worked on a variety of golf resort and hotel developments throughout Europe and the Middle East.

Recent UK project involvement includes the preparation of a detailed 450 home masterplan and design principles document for Pinkie Mains, an area of land on the edge of Musselburgh, site analysis and preparation of documentation for Local Plan Representation and Public Inquiries on a variety of residential sites across Scotland, and the coordination and production of community consultation material for a number of development proposals.

Since joining OPEN Dan has assisted with the preparation of a number of Landscape and Visual Impact Assessments (LVIA) for wind farm proposals across the UK, and had a key role in the development of several development framework documents including a residential site in Banchory, and a major business park extension to the south of Edinburgh.

Dan Roebuck