Celebrate the 70th Anniversary of World Town Planning Day with a new competition

Celebrate the 70th Anniversary of World Town Planning Day with a new competition

Competition close date: Monday 16th November
Celebrate World Town Planning Day and take part in the Plan The World We Need competition.

The Plan The World We Need competition is an incredibly flexible challenge for students and asks you to consider curriculum areas such as design and technology, history, citizenship, STEM, climate change and ICT.

The competition is open to all students at secondary schools (ages 11-18). The competition asks you to compile your best ideas about helping local communities and ensuring that our local areas and spaces are sustainable and environmentally friendly.

To enter, you should select a nearby area to you and consider how you think you could adapt and improve that area of the next ten years. Individually, or in pairs, you should then develop a 5-step plan which could form a pitch to the local council.
Check out the previous winner to get inspired.
World Town Planning Day was founded in 1949 by the late Professor Carlos Mario dells Paolero of the University of Buenos Aires. The main goal was to advance public and professional interest in planning, both locally and abroad.

World Town Planning Day presents an opportunity to look at planning from a global perspective, an event which appeals to the conscience of citizens and public authorities.

Find out more here!

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