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Graham U'ren All Planned Out? - The Worldwide Impact of the British Town and Country Planning System
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All Planned Out?
The Worldwide Impact of the British Town and Country Planning System

18 and 19 May 2007

Graham U'ren

Graham is a senior planner at the UK legal firm Dundas & Wilson. He has a degree in geography, is a chartered planner, and Fellow of the Royal Town Planning Institute in Scotland.

He is a member of a number of ministerial advisory groups, and is currently a company director of the Built Environment Forum for Scotland, a trustee of the Crichton project at Dumfries, a director of Planning Aid Scotland, and chair of the Friends of the New Lanark World Heritage Site.

He was until April 2007 the Director of the RTPI in Scotland, and had been so for 9 years. Graham introduced the new devolved status for the RTPI in Scotland within the UK Institute, to shadow parliamentary devolution in 1999. He led on policy and public affairs in Scotland for the RTPI, with emphasis on the Planning Etc (Scotland) Act 2006, and its implementation and on Marine Spatial Planning.

Prior to that he worked in Local Government for 27 years, mostly in Lanarkshire.

Graham was chair of the Scottish Society of Directors of Planning in 1982/1983. He was formerly chair of the Historic Burghs Association of Scotland, and a member of the Heritage Lottery Fund Committee for Scotland.

Website: www.dundas-wilson.com

e-mail: carseview@care4free.net

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11.30 to 13.00 on Saturday 19 May 2007

Scotland - Big Plans for a Small Country

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Scotland - Big Plans for a Small Country

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