Regional Planning: Course, Eligibility, Admission Process, Career

Skills Required

  • Vision: The ability to envision the physical and social alternatives to the existing urban context.
  • Data collection: Often in challenging the environments over a short period of time, requires not only qualitative or quantitative research skills but also shares exceptional organization skills and the adaptation to changing circumstances.
  • Analysis: The sense of demographic information to recognize urban trends. The analysis of the overall context, its data, and the stakeholders make the early stages of this planning process.
  • Understanding the social and environmental impact of plans, as well as design and aesthetics.
  • Communication (external): being able to clearly link the ideas and plans into work, whether through one-to-one or with a public presentation or in a report, this should not be underestimated.
  • Communication and the collaboration (internal): create an environment where the information is shared, where more constant and clear communication, the more is the effective team.
  • Project Management managing resources (personnel, financial, and IT). Before the work commences, its vital to identify a team with the right mix of the skills and realistically estimate the timeframe and budget required to get the job done.
  • Lead a multidisciplinary team.
  • Stakeholder Management, which involves and influences the range of the stakeholders, where the negotiation, facilitation, mediation, and advocacy.
  • Delivering despite the constraints.



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