Home and Building, Volume 18 Number 1 (June 1955)
All these considerations should help us to understand what the establishment of a school of town and country planning can do for us, Mr. Sanderson continues. It will provide a centre for the training of the planners who are urgently required in this country. Most of our qualified town planners have attended schools overseas in order to qualify. More planners are needed if we are to make any serious bid to overcome our backwardness in town planning and reach a level approximating that of most overseas countries.