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Young Planner of the Year

Young Planner of the Year 2018 - Shortlist 

 

Andrea Kellegher – Turley

Author of the Welsh Government Pre-application Community Consultation Best Practice Guidance, Andrea is leading the conversation on effective public and stakeholder consultation in town planning.

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Charlotte Morphet – London Borough of Waltham Forest

Charlotte's dedication to raising the profile of the planning profession is evident from her role in bringing diversity to the forefront of planning.

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Heather Claridge – Glasgow City Council

Heather is a highly creative urban planner who is extremely passionate about supporting community-led regeneration, inspiring new planners, volunteering and furthering her urban design skills. 

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Kim Cooper – Arup

Kim is a Town Planner in the Arup Liverpool office. Her enthusiasm for fostering communities that enable people to live happy, healthy lives shines through in all she does.

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Reece Lemon – Savills

As the inaugural RTPI South East Young Planner of the Year, Reece is a well-rounded planner proud to be helping shape our towns and cities.

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