Our Team

Keith Douglas Perry

BSc (honours) Town & Country Planning

Project Management & Urban Development Specialist
Member of the British Royal Town Planning Institute
Member of the Hong Kong Institute of Planners
Principal Partner – Urbanlogic Ltd

Keith Perry is a widely respected project manager and urban development specialist with over 20 years of practical working experience in leading high profile projects for government agencies, international funding agencies and the private development sector. He has worked in some 18 countries, spread across Europe, Asia, the Middle East and even the South Pacific, where he is an experienced project manager and team leader. His specialist urban development skills include master planning and urban design, urban policy and land management, city planning and new town development, urban renewal/regeneration, social development and resettlement planning, governance and institutional development planning and market assessments.

Keith has developed a niche capability in integrated urban regeneration and development projects, where he is completely familiar with the processes of urban and environmental planning and infrastructure planning and design relevant to the needs of developing countries. It is in this context that he has worked closely with the international funding agencies on high profile integrated urban development projects, including: (i) the Asian Development Bank funded “City Region Development Project” in Bangladesh; (ii) the Asian Development Bank funded Pasig River Environmental Management and Rehabilitation Project in the Philippines; (iii) the World Bank funded “Cavite-Laguna Metropolitan Development and Environment Project” in the Philippines; (iv) the European Commission’s “Urban Environment Planning Programme” in Vietnam; (v) the Tan Hoa – Lo Gom Urban Upgrading Project funded by Belgian Technical Cooperation in Vietnam and (vi) the European Investment Bank’s (EIB) Municipal Environment and Infrastructure Project in Syria.

Keith has worked frequently and directly with government agencies, leading teams in the preparation of development plans for major new cities and in developing strategies and implementing plans for urban regeneration. In Hong Kong he forged new policy initiatives and plans for the Hong Kong Government/Land Development Corporation (eg Tai Kok Tsui Urban Renewal Study and the Study for the Restructuring of Obsolete Industrial Areas).

Keith has also been a consultant to major players in the private development sector, for the preparation and promotion of strategic master plans and feasibility studies. This has included Sun Hung Kei Properties and New World Properties in Hong Kong and the Ayala and Lopez groups in the Philippines. He is therefore fully conversant with the potential for private sector investment and participation in the development/redevelopment process.

Curriculum Vitae

since 06/2012 Founding partner, URBANLOGIC Ltd
01/2009-01/2012 Regional Director, Technical Services – WYG
05/2007-12/2008 Strategic Advisor, WYG
01/2004-05/2007  Project Management, Master Planning and Urban Design Specialist.
11/2000-12/2003  Divisional Director – Townland Consultants Ltd
11/1996-10/2000  Managing Director – Urbis Philippines Inc.
01/1990–09/1996  Divisional Director – Townland Consultants Ltd

Jonathan Weaver

BArch, Dip Arch (dist)

Urban Planning and Design Specialist
Partner – Urbanlogic Ltd

Jonathan Weaver is a skilled urban designer and planner with more than 10 years of experience in leading and supporting high profile projects across China, Central, South and South East Asia and East Africa. He has led and been responsible for coordination of urban development projects in complex and emerging contexts with the United Nations as well multiple private sector organisations. He has contributed to research for the European Union as well as collaborated closely with the World Bank and Asian Development Banks.

Jonathan is well versed in the multi-disciplinary components of integrated and participatory planning with a particular expertise in stakeholder engagement processes, urban resilience and planning for targeted infrastructure investment relevant to the needs of particular contexts. He has specific expertise designing planning strategies for climate resilient interventions that enable the development of inclusive and prosperous communities for both private sector and local government clients. He is familiar with innovations in sustainable urban development processes and is well versed in using frontier technology where relevant such as drone mapping, complex GIS spatial analyses and open source data systems to assist in developing evidence based planning approaches.

Jonathan has demonstrated capabilities at both the urban design and strategic planning level ensuring integration of local designs and plans into wider systems. He has demonstrated this in numerous projects, including initiating the development for the Environmental Regeneration Plan for green & blue infrastructure in Ukhiya, Cox Bazar, Bangladesh, which focused on supporting the Asian Development and World Banks in coordinating their disaster risk reduction interventions into a particularly fragile social and ecological environment. Further to this, he also supported on the development of the Climate Responsive Landscape Toolkit for middle eastern contexts and contributed to the urban design chapters of the Low-Carbon Planning Guidebook for Chinese cities with Atkins Asia Pacific.

Curriculum Vitae

since 10/2019 Partner, URBANLOGIC Ltd & Consultant to UN-Habitat
06/2018-08/2019  Urban Planning Specialist & Technical Coordinator, UN-Habitat & UNHCR
06/2016-08/2018  Urban Planner & Designer, UN-Habitat
10/2013-05/2016  Urban Designer, Atkins Asia Pacific
10/2011-04/2013  Architect & Urban Designer, Pansolution International
07/2007-10/2009  Architectural Assistant, Haverstock Architects

Christian Junge

Dipl.-Ing. Arch. MSc LSE

Regional and Urban Planner
Registered Architect (ARB UK and Hamburg Chamber of Architects, Germany)
Accredited Consultant (DGNB) for sustainable new-build urban districts
Principal Partner – Urbanlogic Ltd

Christian is a registered architect and urban planner with 11 years international design and management experience. He has significant previous experience in the Chinese market, and prior to co-founding Urbanlogic in 2012, he set up and directed the China office for a German architecture & urban design firm.

Having worked as a design leader with both internationally renowned design studios Herzog & de Meuron and David Chipperfield and large-scale commercial companies in London and Hong Kong (Woods Bagot), he is able to understand, deliver and assess creative design solutions as well as the commercial requirements of projects.

Besides practising, Christian also worked as a researcher for the Commission of Architecture and the Built Environment (CABE) and the Urban Age conference in the UK. He is an Adjunct Professor at Shandong University and previously taught at the University of Greenwich and the University of Stuttgart. He is regularly invited to contribute to international conferences and professional training events in the field of sustainable urban development and urban design.

Curriculum Vitae

since 03/2012 Founding partner, URBANLOGIC Ltd
2010-2012 General Manager, Rheinschiene architects Co. Ltd., Studio Beijing
2006-2009 Design Leader, Woods Bagot, London and Hong Kong
2005-2006 Design Tutor, University Of Greenwich, UK
2004-2005 Architect, David Chipperfield Architects, London
2003-2004 Architect, Herzog & de Meuron, London


2005-2006 MSc Regional and Urban Planning Studies, London School of Economics and Political Sciences
1996-2002 Diploma and degree in architecture and urban design, University Of Stuttgart/Germany and Accademia dell’Architettura, Mendrisio/Switzerland

Awards and Exhibitions

2005-2006 Scholarship, German Academic Exchange Service
2005 Exhibition K1 Transfer, German Museum of Architecture (DAM), Frankfurt, Germany
2004 Group Exhibition at Tsinghua University architecture faculty, Beijing
1998 German National Merit award
2002 Royal Institute of British Architects‘ Silvermedal, 2nd place for best architecture diploma world-wide,
2002 Exhibition Ideas for Stuttgart, for Stuttgart’s olympic bid
2002 University Of Stuttgart faculty award
2002 Venice Biennale, invitation to international workshop Vivere Venezia, organized by the Biennale and the city of Venice, exhibition at Museo Correr, Piazza San Marco
1998 Exhibition of project work at Duesseldorf fair glasstec