Town Planner

What Does A Town Planner Do?

is a “technician specializing in the scheduling of urban spaces.” Its area of ​​action mainly concerns agglomerations and territorial planning. The term town planner can sometimes encompass or be confused with the profession of planner which includes a range of action beyond urban spaces but employs, depending on the context, the same skills. In 2012, 48% of town planners (93% of whom are young people aged 23 to 28) came from training in geography and land use planning significantly dominating the other two most represented training including those in political science and architecture .