April 23, 2019
University of Kent expands Kent School of Architecture and Planning
The University of Kent is expanding Kent School of Architecture so it will now include courses on planning and be known as the Kent School of Architecture and Planning (KSAP). The new programs will be run by planning expert Professor Samer Bagaeen.
Head of KSAP, Professor Don Gray, explained that this expansion is important for the region, and that the newly expanded department will engage with and offer opportunities to all the planning authorities in Kent.
He says, "With the intended major strategic planning developments in the region, including the Ebbsfleet Garden City and the Lower Thames Crossing, excellence in planning skills has seldom been more important. It is timely for KSAP to evolve to introduce Planning as part of its academic offer in order to meet the demand for high quality planners for the future. The School will be offering apprenticeships through affiliation with local authorities and private practices in the region."
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Content added on 23rd April 2019.
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