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'By gracious approval': Planning in the 1960s

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It’s 60 years since the Town Planning Institute was awarded a Royal Charter. How has planning changed in the intervening decades, and what does being a chartered member mean to planners? Matt Moody and Simon Wicks planners who came of age in the 1960s

web_p27_Sue-Essex.png SUE ESSEXNow retired, Sue Essex had a long and varied career in planning that encompassed several local auhtorities in England and Wales, lecturing at Cardiff University and the role of planning minister in the first Welsh Government after devolution. “I grew up in Tottenham in the postwar years. I got my A-levels young – too young for........
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