ROGER KELLY

over 40 years experience as a Chartered Town Planner

Community assets development

 

Valleyfield House, 17 High Street, Penicuik, Scotland EH26 8HS

+44(0)1968 677854                                 

  

Valleyfield House, in the High Street, through the pend, down the drive

John ROGER KELLY

www.place.makers.org.uk

 

Past Convener

Royal Town Planning Institute in Scotland

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Member of The Royal Town Planning Institute from 1970-2012

 

Roger Kelly: convener’s message:

 January 2008  April 2008  June 2008  August 2008  October 2008  December 2008 

Review of the year 2008

Roger Kelly on the context of planning reform June 2009

 

Roger Kelly’s exhibition Scotland’s Planning Legacy for RTPI & Scottish Parliament 2010 introduction

 

former Convener, Scottish Planning Education Forum

Visiting Teaching Fellow Town & Regional Planning University of Dundee 2006-10

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SEE UPDATE: ROGER KELLY TODAY

 

ROGER KELLY: PAST CV

 

www.place.makers.org.uk

 

Vice-Convener of Council: The Saltire Society

Roger Kelly’s exhibition celebrates The Saltire Society 1936-2011

 

Chair, Penicuik Community Development Trust

 

Member of the advisory grants panel for the Scottish Government’s Climate Challenge Fund

 

 

 

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In loving memory of Kay Monk

(Kathleen Elizabeth Bruen)

Geographer, Town Planner, Teacher

Born Rangoon, Burma, 15 June 1915

Died Cambridge, England, 6 November 2008

 

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In loving memory of Cecilia Cavaye

(Cecilia Christina Cavaye)

musician, teacher and expert on Edinburgh

Born Edinburgh, 4 December 1942

Died Edinburgh, 19 July 2009

 

 

THE BANK MILL PROJECT – a working papermaking, hydropower and tourist attraction

 

THE LOST GARDEN OF PENICUIK -ommunity restoration of an astonishing walled garden

 

PENICUIK COMMUNITY CINEMA

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Campaign to restore General Maczek’s GREAT POLISH MAP OF SCOTLAND

 

VH-weekly volunteer-run organic and fair trade supplies

 

Exhibition to commemorate PENICUIK CO-OP

 

 

 

 

 

www.place.makers.org.uk