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Are we talking of overseeing multiple different projects, as in a Program Manager role? Trying to understand the context of a Master Plan.
As part of my role, I am also currently managing two master plans (One is part of a portfolio) besides managing other projects. My title is Senior Projects & Development Manager.
The qualifications needs is experience in real estate developments, project management, urban planning would be an asset and of course knowledge with the area's bylaws would be an asset too. Master Planning also depends on soft skills like creativity and innovation.
Hope this helps.
Master plans are strategic plans that cover the next 10-20 years in a particular discipline, like a Transportation Master Plan, or a Parks and Trails Master Plan. These are the ones I am currently leading.
They typically result in an implementation plan, budgeting considerations, and some policy recommendations as well as a host of updated mapping results.
They point you in a direction with a vision and goals that sync with strategic visions and corporate goals.
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