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RTPI announces new Fellow Adrian Brown

The Royal Town Planning Institute would like to congratulate Adrian Brown on being elected Fellow of the Institute.

Chartered Fellow is the highest professional membership grade offered by the RTPI and is only awarded to chartered members who have made a major personal contribution to the planning profession for the benefit of the public. Under the provisions of the Royal Charter, they are now entitled to use the designatory letters FRTPI.

Adrian Brown is a Chartered town planner who has led Berkeley Group’s strategic land business for over 20 years. He has led the acquisition, promotion and early masterplanning of many of the Group’s large scale developments outside of London, including at Edenbrook, Fleet, Woodhurst Park, Warfield and Milton Keynes East.

Adrian has previously served on the RTPI’s England Policy Committee and General Assembly and is the vice chair of Buckinghamshire LEP.

He said: “I would like to thank the RTPI for electing me as a Fellow of the Institute. I am honoured to have this recognition from my peers within the industry. Throughout my career at Berkeley Group I have sought to work collaboratively with colleagues, local authorities, and community organisations and I am passionate about the potential of development and investment to deliver positive planning outcomes through partnership working.

“I am especially privileged to have been able to work closely with the late Tony Pidgley who was a driven, passionate and inspiring leader. I hope to continue to promote growth that honours his legacy and addresses the many challenges and opportunities we are facing, including delivering hihigh-qualityew homes, open spaces and community facilities whilst creating social value and environmental net gain. To do this I am looking forward to continuing to work closely with my colleagues at Berkeley and with our many partners in local authorities and other organisations”.

Find out how to apply for a Fellowship here.

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