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Town and regional planning is a career in both the civil service and private sectors. It entails being an expert in creating a development arrangement that will be used in future by the authorities responsible for development control, in order to assess whether proposed uses of land and buildings conform to long-term development objectives. The job description of a town and regional planner varies and tasks include subdivisions, consolidations, appeals, zoning, establishments and dealing with public queries, as well as trying to address community needs. Town planners exist to improve the livelihoods of the general public by providing basic necessities by planning for shelter, recreational facilities and commercial activities. day-to day-activities in a municipal office include dealing with applications for submissions.
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