Professionals with a suitable balance of education and experience can apply to become a Recognised Practitioner in Urban Design. The distinction provides a wide range of professionals with a valued affiliation (in many cases an additional one), proclaiming their commitment to - and experience of - urban design.
Recognised Practitioners can use the RP logo on their
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- Urban Design
- Highway and Civil Engineering
- Building Conservation
- Development Control
- Landscape Architecture
- Regeneration and Development
- Transport Planning
- and other professions
- Confirmation of receipt of application by UDG office. Any obvious problems with the application will be flagged up at this stage (inappropriate sponsors, insufficient experience etc.)
- Detailed assessment of information submitted within the application by the UDG's Recognised Practitioner assessment panel, made up of a small group from the Executive Committee. The panel will either make a recommendation that the individual should be elected as a Recognised Practitioner, request further information if there is any uncertainty or ambiguity or reject the application.
- The panel's recommedations are then presented to the full UDG Executive Committee at its next meeting, where those present have the opportunity to query the panel's recommendations and on this basis approve or reject the application.
- The full process should take no longer than two months from receipt of the application to a final decision (unless there are any difficult issues to address). The precise length of time largely depends upon when the applications are received in relation to the next full Executive Committee meeting. As a rough guide, these meetings occur every other month - January, March, May, July, September and November - and usually within the first week of that month; therefore applications received by the middle of the preceding month will generally be considered within that 'batch'.
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