Why did you choose this profession?
It allows to know people (community) requirements as well as achieving their prospect goals that befit human settlements.
What do you enjoy about being an Urban and Regional Planners?
Strategic thinking, fulfilling human needs, enhancing the built environment, and most of all construction of built environment.
What areas do you dislike about being an Urban and Regional Planners?
When planned objectives and goals are not reached to benife the metropolitan s, because of late discussion making and lake of stack holders will to achieve it.
What special skills does it take to be an Urban and Regional Planners?
Data collection and analysis, physical planning, comprehensive planning and development strategies, formulating policies and procedures, urban design management and economic developments.
What do you find to be the most challenging part of your job?
Coordination between political, stockholders, developers and population needs in a win win situations. In addition to achieving the planned objectives in less developed countries where decision making is related to other variables rather thank enhancing the built environment.
Tell me about the hours you are used to working and your schedule.
Typical from 7-8 hours a week at the office working on projects, these includes (Coordination with infrastructures, attending meetings, Client Liaison, stockholders approach- Questioner and surveys). 1 or 2 hours urban planning readings.
What are some of the benefits you are custom to as an Urban and Regional Planners?
More regional project professional experience, good pay grade, + family benefits. Professional skill upgrade through training courses.
What are some of your most memorable experiences as an Urban and Regional Planners?
Working for a re planning master plan for a country capital city where my chief allows me to present the office work to to the client president.