Town planning is the process of managing land resources which involves the control of existing and new developments, as well as strategy preparation to ensure the management of future requirements. Planning is a dynamic process that changes in response to policy, development proposals and local needs. Planning addresses the use of land, resources, facilities, and services in ways that secure the physical, economic and social efficiency, health and well-being of urban and rural communities.
Town Planners diary works on behalf of millions of planning professionals internationally to enhance their planning education through research work on various Town Planning topics. If planning is successful, it can provide protection for the environment, can promote and facilitate regeneration, can help create and sustain communities, and can create new and exciting places.
Our aim is to man as the beneficiary of all developmental activities and to ensure for him an environment which is liveable, healthy, friendly, efficient and economically viable, through ethical, professional training and practices that is responsive to the needs and societal dynamics. Our research work cuts the across fields such as land use planning, environmental resource management, land development, heritage conservation, social planning, transportation planning, and economic development.