Becoming A Planner

  • We are one of the district’s largest employers and offer a range of exciting fulfilling job opportunities.
  • Greater Cambridge’s world-class partnerships, projects and places can supercharge your planning career.
  • The Planner’s Careers Survey found a strong awareness of the contemporary trends that are shaping the world for which planners plan. Simon Wicks asks what this means for the education of the 21st century planner.
  • The Planner’s Careers Survey found a strong awareness of the contemporary trends that are shaping the world for which planners plan. Simon Wicks asks what this means for the education of the 21st century planner.
  • The Planner’s Careers Survey found a strong awareness of the contemporary trends that are shaping the world for which planners plan. Simon Wicks asks what this means for the education of the 21st century planner.
  • Local authority planning roles are diversifying, councils are delivering services in more innovative ways and borrowing caps have been lifted. are we seeing a reanimation of public sector planning in the UK? Francesca Perry reports.
  • Local authority planning roles are diversifying, councils are delivering services in more innovative ways and borrowing caps have been lifted. are we seeing a reanimation of public sector planning in the UK? Francesca Perry reports.
  • Local authority planning roles are diversifying, councils are delivering services in more innovative ways and borrowing caps have been lifted. are we seeing a reanimation of public sector planning in the UK? Francesca Perry reports
  • Planning has the tools to address many of the challenges facing young people and their communities, says Helen Hayes MP. It’s vital to make planning a career of choice for those who want to make a difference.
  • Planning has the tools to address many of the challenges facing young people and their communities, says Helen Hayes MP. It’s vital to make planning a career of choice for those who want to make a difference.
  • Planning has the tools to address many of the challenges facing young people and their communities, says Helen Hayes MP. It’s vital to make planning a career of choice for those who want to make a difference.
  • Why is a planning career worthwhile? Because it makes a positive difference to people's lives, says England's chief planner Steve Quartermain.
  • As part of National Apprenticeship Week (4-8 March), The Planner spoke to Sarah Richards, who completed her apprenticeship course in June 2018.
  • As part of National Apprenticeship Week (4-8 March), The Planner spoke to Rachael Scott, who is taking part in the RTPI’s apprenticeship scheme.
  • As part of National Apprenticeship Week (4-8 March), The Planner spoke to Emma Blunt, who took part in the RTPI’s apprenticeship scheme. She completed it last year.
  • As part of National Apprenticeship Week (4-8 March), The Planner spoke to Ella Hammond, who studied as an apprentice the RTPI Town Planning Technical Support apprenticeship at Bridgwater and Taunton College. The course finished in September 2018.
  • As part of National Apprenticeship Week (4-8 March), The Planner spoke to Chris Angell, who is taking part in the RTPI’s apprenticeship scheme.
  • As part of National Apprenticeship Week (4-8 March), The Planner spoke to Charlotte Fry, who completed her planning apprenticeship in September last year. She works at South Somerset District Council.
  • As part of National Apprenticeship Week (4-8 March), The Planner spoke to Alison Balsdon, who studied as an apprentice for one year before starting an Open University course in planning.
  • As part of National Apprenticeship Week (4-8 March), The Planner spoke to Alex Smith, who is taking part in the RTPI’s apprenticeship scheme.