"I am very proud to be a member of the RTPI and help the Institute promote planning as a profession but also our ideals and principles throughout the UK to various bodies and individuals. Planners play a crucial role in the way our physical and social environment evolves and the RTPI is at the forefront in guiding the respective British Governments in putting the great back into Great Britain!"
Iram Mohammed is a Major Assets Project Officer, East Dunbartonshire Council.
Since graduating, Iram has acquired varied planning and environmental experience including the provision of planning advice, preparation of complex planning statements, stakeholder management and research and analysis of planning policy and related material to lead in the submission of a range of large scale national and international multi-disciplinary infrastructure projects, such as National Infrastructure (Roads/Rail/Bridges), Energy, Public Realm/Masterplanning, and Education.
Iram is very involved in the RTPI and was Chair of the Membership and Ethics Committee in 2014-5. She has played a key role in engaging with other built environment professionals, including giving a technical planning and engineering talk on Flood Alleviation Schemes to members of the Institute of Civil Engineers (ICE) and students at the University of Dundee and organising a joint inter-professional networking event with the Royal Institute of Charted Surveyors (RICS) and Scottish Young Lawyer Association (SYLA). Iram is also a volunteer at Planning Aid for Scotland.