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Young Planners Ask an Expert – Design in Planning

How best to deal with design dimensions in planning
02 November 2020 at 12:30 PM - 01:30 PM / North East England / Online

02 November 2020 at 12:30 PM - 01:30 PM
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An opportunity to discuss the handling of design issues in planning with Tim Crawshaw.

Timothy Crawshaw MA MRTPI FRSA is an International Planning and Development Consultant in the areas of urban design, planning, green infrastructure, energy efficiency and sustainable transport. With experience in Eastern Europe, Africa and the Middle East, alongside an expanding UK practice, he has a specific interest in the role of the nature based approaches to addressing the climate emergency, alongside improving health and wellbeing outcomes and tackling inequality. Timothy is an experienced lecturer, trainer and facilitator with a passion for community development, and he continues to champion the role of planning as a key part of the solution to the challenges of our times. Timothy is currently the chair of the Tees Valley Nature Partnership and Chair of the Historic Towns and Villages Forum.

With a first training in architecture followed by a Masters in Urban Design, Timothy has over 20 years’ experience in design policy and advice and has extensive public and private sector experience. He has produced award winning Supplementary Design Guidance and is a pioneer of form based design coding in the UK. 

The 'Young Planners Ask an Expert' series is organised by and on behalf of Young Planners.  The series aims to give you the chance to get answers to your burning questions and gain knowledge of specialisms within the built environment.   This webinar is brought to you by RTPI North East.

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Interested in design?  Join RTPI’s Urban Design Network to find out more, or learn through RTPI’s dedicated online CPD Training Masterclass taking place on 5 November.