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The government must pressurise local authorities to recruit more architects into their planning departments, the new president of the Royal Town Planning Institute has said. Nick Davies took over from Kevin Murray this week and immediately pledged to campaign for a stronger emphasis on design in the planning process, both from local authorities and those submitting plans. 'There is nothing worse for a planner than dealing with a scheme not properly prepared by a qualified architect, ...

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