Urban Planning: Context and Law - Professional course

University of the West of England, Bristol

This module explores the emergence and evolution of urban planning before moving into a consideration of the planning system in place today for the management of the built and natural environment. It includes a focus on the practical manner in which planning work from the perspective of the application process and associated requirements and contexts. This course is studied via distance learning and has no required attendance. Who is it for? This course is ideal for anyone working in urban or rural planning, interested in planning, involved in planning (for example Neighbourhood Planning), interacting with the planning system as a professional, or for personal reasons. It is suitable if you have no prior knowledge or if you're looking for a refresher, some background, or more detail concerning the workings of the planning system. Entry requirements This course is suitable to be taken as a standalone short course and is therefore open to anyone who has a training need in this subject area.

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Bristol , United Kingdom

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United Kingdom

Bristol

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Professional training

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