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Career Development Event

A Scottish Young Planners' Network Event

Thursday, 31 October 2013 at 1:00PM - 4:30PM
Scottish Government, Victoria Quay, Edinburgh EH6 6QQ, UK
Fully Booked
RTPI Scotland

Are you a final year undergraduate or masters student in planning? A planning or built environment graduate? An RTPI member (student, licentiate or full member) in the first ten years of your planning career? If the answer to any of these questions is "yes" then the RTPI Scottish Career Development Event will be of interest to you.

Hosted by the RTPI Scottish Young Planners' Network, and sponsored by The Scottish Government, this event will provide you with examples of the range of planners' careers, how to improve your CV, how to find a job, how to move on in your career, and how the RTPI can help you.


  • Derek Mackay - Minister for Local Government and Planning

  • Jim MacDonald - Chief Executive, Architecture and Design Scotland

  • Craig McLaren - National Director, RTPI Scotland

  • Stuart Salter - Chair Scottish Young Planners' Network Steering Group, and Geddes Consulting

  • Young Planners including: Simon Hindson (Highland Council), Lila Angelaka (Historic Scotland), Eric McNulty (TAYPlan), Simon Fraser (Enterprise North East Trust), Zoe McClelland (URS), Ryan Blair (Planning Graduate), Nikola Miller (RTPI Scotland)

This event is an unique opportunity for young planners to hear from the Planning Minister, Derek Mackay, on his continued support for young planners and their careers.

Please contact Nikola Miller (RTPI Scotland Planning Policy and Practice Officer) on if you have any queries regarding this event. Follow @nikolamiller on Twitter or Hashtag #planningcareers for updates on the event.


This event is FREE but places MUST be booked in advance. Please book through the following link:
(NOT the enquiry page below)