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04/09/2019

'By gracious approval': Planning in the 1970s

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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 asked planners who came of age in the 1970s

web_p28_Kay-in-Powerscourt-Garden-Dublin-Aug-2013.png KAY POWELLKay Powell is a former head of planning at the Welsh Office and a trustee with Planning Aid WalesAfter graduating with an MSc in city and regional planning from Cardiff University, my first job was with Peterborough Development Corporation, helping to create a thriving new city while retaining ........
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