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Skills for Planning Practice

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 296
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Planning, Environment, Cities

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14 November 2006

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15 September 2006

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29 September 2006

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16 September 2017

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29 September 2006

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Drawing on the author's own extensive experience of planning practice at all levels, this major new text reflects on the skills needed to do the job and how these might be developed. Planning practice skills are divided into...

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Drawing on the author's own extensive experience of planning practice at all levels, this major new text reflects on the skills needed to do the job and how these might be developed. Planning practice skills are divided into seven broad clusters which are introduced, analyzed, and then tested through self-assessment case studies and exercises.

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  • The first text to provide a systematic introduction to planning practice for students and practitioners and the range of skills provided
  • Based on author's extensive experience as a planning practitioner and manager as well as a planning academic
  • Illuminated throughout with practice examples many based on the author's own experience

Introduction
Technical Skills
Planning System and Process Skills
Place Skills
Customer Skills
Personal Skills
Organisational, Management and Political Context Skills
Synoptic and Integrative Skills
The Changing Planning Skills Debate
Conclusions.

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TED KITCHEN is Professor of Planning and Urban Regeneration, Sheffield Hallam University, UK. He previously worked for 24 years in planning practice ending up as Director of Planning and Environmental Health for Manchester City Council.

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TED KITCHEN is Professor of Planning and Urban Regeneration, Sheffield Hallam University, UK. He previously worked for 24 years in planning practice ending up as Director of Planning and Environmental Health for Manchester City Council.

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