4th August 2006
NEW COURSE TO TACKLE PLANNING DEFICIENCY
This will be the only such course offered in the region and is supported by funding from the Department for Communities and local government
According to Senior Academic in Architecture, Derek Cottrell, the course was developed in response to the Governments concerns about the lack of urban design skills necessary to improve towns and cities in the region.
“The intention is to boost the capacity for design-led planning in the region,” said Derek. “Eventually, provided we achieve Royal Town Planning Institute accreditation, any suitably qualified graduate wishing to qualify as a chartered town planner will be able to study full-time or part-time in the Lincoln School of Architecture.”
programme builds on strengths in teaching urban design within the
conference held at the
The programme starts in September and can be studied for one year on a full-time basis and two years on a part-time basis.
information on the programme is available at www.lincoln.ac.uk. Alternatively
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