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CDRC co-investigator awarded a Gold Medal

CDRC co-investigator awarded a Gold Medal

Professor Michael Batty, co-investigator of the Consumer Data Research Centre (CDRC), was awarded with the Royal Town Planning Institute’s (RTPI) highest honour – the Gold Medal.

The Gold Medal is only awarded once every 2 years to individuals who have made an outstanding contribution to the field of planning.

Mike was presented with the Gold Medal on 8 November by the RTPI Vice President, Stephen Wilkinson, after delivering the annual Nathaniel Lichfield Lecture.  Mike’s lecture was entitled “The Planning Balance Sheet 60 Years On: Evaluation in the Digital Age”. Click here for a downloadable version of the lecture.

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