Currently employed in Local Government for the past 15 years with prior 5 years experience in the private practice.  First qualified as a town planning technician in 1992 and later undertook Master’s degree in Town & Regional Planning in 2006.  Peter has extensive experience in both urban and rural planning matters, public administration, developmental and planning matters, local economic development, tourism, project management and property law & development, and has also served as Chairman of South African Planning Institute in Kwa-Zulu Natal Province from 2010 - 2012.  Other planning related activities involve part time lecturing at the University KwaZulu-Natal (UKZN) for the masters planning course , external exam moderator for both UKZN and Durban University of Technology and e-learning course tutor for the World Bank Institute.  Peter Gilmore is currently involved in completing his second Masters Degree in Commerce: LED.

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