Congratulations to our Planning Consultant, Camilla Duckworth, who has successfully completed her Assessment of Professional Competence (APC) and is now a Chartered Town Planner, the ultimate qualification for the profession awarded by the Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI).
Camilla joined Globe as an intern in 2013, during her Masters year. After graduating with a 1st Class Masters degree from Sheffield Hallam, Camilla joined the team as a full-time Planning Consultant, and Licentiate member of the RTPI. Since then, she has spent two years of hard work on the submission of her APC, and we are delighted that the RTPI shares our opinion of Camilla as a talented young planner.
Camilla said: ‘I am delighted that after all the effort and long hours I have spent on my APC submission, I am now a Chartered Planning Consultant. Globe, and in particular my mentor Lizzy, have been so supportive in helping me get to the submission stage. I will now look forward to furthering my planning experience and knowledge as a chartered member of the RTPI.’
Globe’s MD Phil Scrafton said: ‘We are very pleased to see that Camilla has been awarded Membership status. It is well deserved and testament to all of her hard work and, whilst this makes no difference to the reliably high quality service she delivers to her clients and colleagues, the MRTPI status helps to reassure potential clients of her proven capabilities.’