A moderated panel discussion on notions of the Master Plan. Developers, urban planners, sociologists and architects work together in re-shaping large portions of cities or creating new ones each for a different goal but all through a common process: the master plan. This road-map to a better future can be a lifetime in its execution and affect millions of lives. How do the roles of the players shift according to the context – ranging from that of developing countries, expanding cities and intervention within established urban fabric? What are ways in which the master plan can redeem ailing conditions, prepare for growth and drive an economy? How is the position of the architect defined from within and from without.