Policy planners are involved with formulating and reviewing a planning policy at a Local Government, district or borough level. Work relates to a wide variety of different areas including employment, housing, economics and open space. Policy Planners work on developing Local Development Frameworks (LDF’s) but are involved with all policy areas including sustainability appraisals and climate change.
Interviews give the person you're meeting clear ideas about what you can do for their company and why they should hire you. This is your only opportunity to sell yourself; so carefully-considered, well-structured answers are crucial.
For Senior Architects looking for a new role, or contemplating a move to Director level, these interview tips for senior, partner level architect roles will ensure you show your true worth at interview.
Are architects a dying breed? A 2011 RIBA report suggested they could be. Just a few years later, it is clear architects are in high demand, though architects roles are evolving rapidly with technology and changes in their role.
Senior Planners searching for a new job are in a competitive market. These 10 tactics will boost your competitive advantage, positioning yourself on LinkedIn and help Planners get the new job they are looking for.
Town planners have an opportunity to take the lead in developing carbon neutral communities. Could you set yourself apart from other applicants for town planning jobs by forward-thinking for a carbon neutral environment, rather than undertaking spatial planning without considering the climate change threat?