A treasure trove of wisdom and early career learnings about planning practice
“Mastering the Art of Planning allows its readers to absorb learnings from others and hopefully to avoid making the same mistakes. The use of humour and storytelling lends a personal touch to the learning experience that resonates with the reader…..This invaluable book will undoubtedly help anyone who reads it to grow as a professional.”
Dyan Currie FPIA HonRTPI FDIA
President, Commonwealth Association of Planners
Immediate Past President, Planning Institute of Australia
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About The Book
The book provides practical insights and tips for new planning graduates and early-career professionals on how to remain focussed on planning principles in the face of the political, community and process pressures experienced in planning practice. It bridges the gap between urban planning as taught in universities and as practised in the real world, with all the complications and subtleties of dealing successfully with differing personalities representing competing interests.
The content is drawn from the wisdom of scores of seasoned planning professionals who have generously shared their career learnings for the benefit of those who follow in their footsteps.
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About the Author
Robin King-Cullen LFPIA CPP is a multi-award winning planner with over 40 years practical experience in strategic and statutory planning, delivery of training to para-planners and mentoring young planners.