Lemon, Richard
June 2008
Planning (14672073);6/27/2008, Issue 1775, p20
An interview with Richard Lemon, associate of Roger Tym & Partners and Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI) London honorary secretary in England, is presented. When asked about what attracted him to planning, he stated that he was intrgued by reconciling competing demands and aspirations for land and the urban environment. He added that project and people management, and knowledge of the planning system are the skills he have had to learn over his career.


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