Thursday, 27 September 2018 at 6:15PM
Sloans, 108 Argyle Street, Glasgow G2 8BG
A cornerstone of gaining Chartered Town Planner status is reflecting on one's practice and the new roles, challenges and responsibilities gained over time. The difference in time between graduating and becoming chartered as a town planner in the last decades of the 20th Century and today is only around 30 years, yet in those decades these roles, challenges and responsibilities have changed greatly, as has the landscape of towns and cities.
In this event we will hear from two highly respected practitioners with both national and international experience: Cliff Hague and Kevin Murray, reflecting on the journeys, changes and challenges that they have experienced in their working life since graduating.
This event will be enlightening and provocative to any of those working or wanting to work in the Profession today and will be followed by time for networking. Come along on Thursday 27th September 18:15 for an 18:30 start, Sloans, 108 Argyle Street, Glasgow City Centre, G2 8BG. Book via Eventbrite at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/reflections-on-planning-in-practice-tickets-49469054273