Skills review leaves much to be desired

The Egan review's focus on defining sustainable communities and generic professional skills makes for disappointing results, writes Huw Morris It's been the best part of a year in gestation. It was supposed to offer a route map for the skills that the built environment professional will need for the 21st century. Yet now that the Egan review has finally reported, one question looms large. Has it come up with anything new?

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