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60 hours
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150 CPD hours / points
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15 in1 Town Planning Bundle | Development Studies | Architectural Studies | AutoCAD VBA | Construction Industry Scheme | Land Surveying | Environment Management

With our exclusive Town Planning Bundle, you can boost your career and increase your employability by discovering your skills, talents, and interests. This course is meant to advance your career in the Surveying industry, so you'll pave the way to your ideal employment. It offers the kind of professional training that today's employers want.

Package Includes:

  1. Unlimited access to all 15 courses for forever
  2. Digital Certificate, Transcript and Student ID all included in the price
  3. Free Exam & 24/7 non-stop tutor support available
  4. Absolutely no hidden fees
  5. Directly receive CPD accredited proficiency after course completion
  6. Receive one to one assistance on every weekday from professionals
  7. Immediately receive the PDF certificate after passing
  8. Receive the original copies of your certificate and transcript on the next working day

By the end of this Town Planning bundle, you’ll have improved your employability and equipped you with potential skills to keep you ahead of the pack of others. Additionally, the course will add some extra value to your resume to stand out to potential employers, keeping you afloat from the competition.

The Town Planning Bundle is one of the most prestigious training offered at StudyHub and is highly valued by employers for good reason. This Town Planning bundle course has been created with 15 premium courses to provide our learners with the best learning experience possible to increase their understanding of their chosen field.

This Town Planning Bundle consists the following professional career oriented courses:

  • Course 1: Town Planning
  • Course 2: International Development Studies
  • Course 3: Architectural Studies
  • Course 4: Landscape Architecture & Functional Skills
  • Course 5: AutoCAD VBA Programming
  • Course 6: Construction Industry Scheme (CIS)
  • Course 7: Land Surveying and Construction Site Management Diploma
  • Course 8: Building Surveying
  • Course 9: Cost Estimation and Management for Construction
  • Course 10: Environment Management
  • Course 11: Forestry
  • Course 12: Sustainable Energy, Development and Environmental Impacts
  • Course 13: Spill Management Training
  • Course 14: Electrical and Fire Safety Measures and Legislation
  • Course 15: Decision Making and Critical Thinking Online Course

This Town Planning Course, like every one of Study Hub's courses, is meticulously developed and well researched. Every one of the topics is divided into Elementary modules, allowing our students to grasp each lesson quickly.

The course is self-paced and can be taken from the comfort of your home, office, or on the go! With our Student ID card you will get discounts on things like music, food, travel and clothes etc.

Enrol in our Town Planning Course today and start learning.


150 CPD hours / points
Accredited by CPD QS

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Course Curriculum

**Town Planning**

Town Planning Module 1: Introduction to Town Planning

  • Town Planning: What Is Town Planning?
  • Town Planning: Goals of Town Planning
  • Town Planning: Elements of Town Planning
  • Town Planning: The Necessity of Town Planning
  • Town Planning: The Agencies of Town Planning

Town Planning Module 2: Process of Town Planning

  • Town Planning: Steps in Town Planning Process
  1. Town Planning: Goals, Objectives and Targets
  2. Town Planning: Modelling and Design of the Plan
  3. Town Planning: Design and Evaluation of the Plan
  4. Town Planning: Implementation of the Plan
  • Town Planning: Designing Town Map
  • Town Planning: Role of the Town Planners
  • Town Planning: Challenges in Town Planning

Town Planning Module 3: Residential Buildings and Neighbourhood Planning

  • Town Planning: Planning of Residential Buildings
  • Town Planning: Single Family Detached Buildings
  • Town Planning: Single Family Attached Buildings
  • Town Planning: Multifamily Low-Rise Buildings
  • Town Planning: Multifamily Mid-Rise Buildings
  • Town Planning: Multifamily High-Rise Buildings
  • Town Planning: Modular Homes
  • Town Planning: Office Buildings
  • Town Planning: School Buildings
  • Town Planning: Hospital Buildings
  • Town Planning: Neighbourhood planning
  1. Town Planning: Size of Neighbourhood
  2. Town Planning: Planning of Neighbourhood

Town Planning Module 4: Streets

  • Town Planning: Principles of Street Design
  • Town Planning: Elements of Street Design
  1. Town Planning: Sidewalks
  2. Town Planning: Curb Extensions
  • Town Planning: Elements of Vertical Speed Control
  • Town Planning: Crosswalks and Crossings
  • Town Planning: Pedestrian Friendly Streets
  • Town Planning: Vehicle Design
  • Town Planning: Bus Stops
  • Town Planning: On-Street Bikeways
  • Town Planning: Parking Lot Design
  • Town Planning: Traffic Signs
  • Town Planning: Street Furniture
  • Town Planning: Street Lighting

Town Planning Module 5: Utilities

  • Town Planning: Waste Management
  • Town Planning: Waste Water
  • Town Planning: Water Supply
  • Town Planning: Utility Design

Town Planning Module 6: Parks and Open Space

  • Town Planning: Neighborhood Park
  • Town Planning: Community and Large Urban Parks
  • Town Planning: Youth and Community Athletic Complexes
  • Town Planning: Greenways
  • Town Planning: Parkways and Private Parks
  • Town Planning: Playgrounds
  • Town Planning: Conservation Parks

**Architectural Studies**

Module-1: Introduction to Architectural Studies

  • Town Planning: Basics of Architecture
  • Town Planning: Architectural Systems
  • Town Planning: Architectural Orders
  • Town Planning: Architectural Commodities
  • Town Planning: Primary Elements of Architectural Design

Module-2: Ancient Architecture

  • Town Planning: Primitive/Vernacular
  • Town Planning: Ancient Egyptian
  • Town Planning: Classical Greek
  • Town Planning: Roman
  • Town Planning: Byzantine
  • Town Planning: Romanesque
  • Town Planning: Gothic
  • Town Planning: Islamic

Module-3: Architectural Ideas and Movements

  • Town Planning: Architectural Ideas
    • Town Planning: Anthroposophist Philosophy
    • Town Planning: Deconstructivism
    • Town Planning: English Baroque
    • Town Planning: Expressionism
    • Town Planning: Futurism
    • Town Planning: Informatics
    • Town Planning: Mannerism
    • Town Planning: New Urbanism
    • Town Planning: Purism
    • Town Planning: Unités D'Habitation
  • Architectural Studies: Architectural Movements
    • Town Planning: Classicism
    • Town Planning: The Renaissance
    • Town Planning: Revivalism
    • Town Planning: Arts and Crafts
    • Town Planning: Avant-Garde
    • Town Planning: Modernism
    • Town Planning: Organic Architecture
    • Town Planning: High-Tech
    • Town Planning: Postmodernism

Module-4: Architectural Styles

  • Town Planning: Chinoiserie
  • Town Planning: Hindoo style
  • Town Planning: Japonism
  • Town Planning: Baroque
  • Town Planning: Orientalism
  • Town Planning: Art Nouveau
  • Town Planning: International Style
  • Town Planning: Brutalism

Module-5: Art Deco Architectural Style

  • Town Planning: Origins of Art Deco
  • Town Planning: Art Deco Houses
  • Town Planning: Art Deco Interiors

Module-6: Scandinavian Architectural Style

  • Town Planning: Scandinavian Architecture
  • Town Planning: Scandinavian Vernacular Architecture
  • Town Planning: Scandinavian National-Romantic Architecture
  • Town Planning: Scandinavian Modernism

Module-7: Victorian Architectural Style

  • Town Planning: Victorian Architecture
  • Town Planning: Greek Revival
  • Town Planning: Gothic Revival

Module-8: Classical and Early Christian Architectural Style

  • Town Planning: Classical Style
  • Town Planning: Ancient Greek
  • Town Planning: Ancient Roman
  • Town Planning: Early Christian
  • Town Planning: Byzantine
  • Town Planning: Romanesque

Module-9: Gothic Architectural Style

  • Town Planning: Gothic Style
  • Town Planning: Early Gothic
  • Town Planning: High Gothic
  • Town Planning: Late Gothic
  • Town Planning: Venetian Gothic

Module-10: Baroque and Rococo Architectural Style

  • Town Planning: Baroque Style
  • Town Planning: Italian Baroque
  • Town Planning: French Baroque
  • Town Planning: Rococo

Module-11: Eclecticism Architectural Style

  • Town Planning: Eclecticism
  • Town Planning: Orientalism
  • Town Planning: Arts and Crafts
  • Town Planning: Art Nouveau

Module-12: Modern and Post-Modern Architectural Style

  • Town Planning: Modernism
  • Town Planning: International Style
  • Town Planning: Brutalism
  • Town Planning: High-Tech
  • Town Planning: Post-Modernism
  • Town Planning: Eco-architecture

Module-13: Interior Designing

  • Town Planning: Basics of Interior Designing
  • Town Planning: Interior Space
  • Town Planning: Structuring Space
  • Town Planning: Structural Systems
  • Town Planning: Shaping Interior Space

Module-14: Colour in Interior Designing

  • Town Planning: Fundamentals of Colour
  • Town Planning: Colour Terminology
  • Town Planning: Colour Mixing
  • Town Planning: Colour Temperature
  • Town Planning: Colour and Material
  • Town Planning: Colour Schemes
  • Town Planning: Applying the Rules of Contrast
  • Town Planning: Colour and Space

Module-15: Lighting in Interior Design Part One

  • Town Planning: Natural Light
  • Town Planning: Solar Orientation and Function
  • Town Planning: Configuring Openings
  • Town Planning: Controlling Light
  • Town Planning: Synthesizing Design Elements

Module-16: Lighting in Interior Design Part Two

  • Town Planning: Artificial Light
  • Town Planning: Lighting Basics
  • Town Planning: Lighting Technologies
  • Town Planning: Lighting Terminology


Following your completion of the Town Planning course materials, you will be able to take an assignment test to assess your knowledge. You will be able to grab the PDF certificate & transcript for free after passing the test. Original Hard Copy certificates must be bought separately for an extra £8.

Who is this course for?

This Town Planning training is suitable for —

  • Students
  • Recent graduates
  • Job Seekers
  • Individuals who are already employed in the relevant sectors and wish to enhance their knowledge and expertise.


To participate in this Town Planning course, all you need is —

  • A smart device
  • A secure internet connection
  • And a keen interest in Town Planning.

Career path

You will be able to pursue several professions because this course includes various courses as a bonus. This Town Planning is an excellent opportunity for you to learn multiple skills from the convenience of your own home.

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CPD stands for Continuing Professional Development. If you work in certain professions or for certain companies, your employer may require you to complete a number of CPD hours or points, per year. You can find a range of CPD courses on, many of which can be completed online.

What is a ‘regulated qualification’?

A regulated qualification is delivered by a learning institution which is regulated by a government body. In England, the government body which regulates courses is Ofqual. Ofqual regulated qualifications sit on the Regulated Qualifications Framework (RQF), which can help students understand how different qualifications in different fields compare to each other. The framework also helps students to understand what qualifications they need to progress towards a higher learning goal, such as a university degree or equivalent higher education award.

What is an ‘endorsed’ course?

An endorsed course is a skills based course which has been checked over and approved by an independent awarding body. Endorsed courses are not regulated so do not result in a qualification - however, the student can usually purchase a certificate showing the awarding body’s logo if they wish. Certain awarding bodies - such as Quality Licence Scheme and TQUK - have developed endorsement schemes as a way to help students select the best skills based courses for them.