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Architect , educator , consultant , town planner

Ian Haywood, British architect, consultant, town planner, educator. Chartered architect, town planner. Salzburg Seminar fellow, Austria, 1976; French Government scholar, Paris, 1962. Member Royal Institute British Architects, Royal Town Planning Institute.

Background

Haywood, Ian was born on April 13, 1936 in London. Son of George and Ethel (Reynolds) Haywood.

Education

Master of Science, University Edinburgh, Scotland, 1966.

Career

Architect Minost & Ducharme, Paris, 1963-1964, Pierre El Khoury, Beirut, 1964-1965. City planner City Corporation, London, 1966-1968. Associate partner Wilson Womersley, 1968-1976.

Principal lecturer Trent Polytechnic, Nottingham, England, 1976-1978. Professor physical planning University Khartoum, Sudan, 1979-1985. Planning, development and training consultant London, since 1985.

Consultant Organization of European Cooperation and Development, Paris, 1977-1979, UNCHS, Nairobi, 1979-1980, United Nations Educational, Paris, since 1980, SGAHS, Khartoum, since 1979.

Achievements

  • Chartered architect, town planner.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor: Towards Alternative Settlement Strategies, 1980, Housing in Europe, 1983, International Handbook Land Use Planning, 1985. Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Member Royal Institute British Architects, Royal Town Planning Institute.

Connections

Married Guri Halberg, June 1, 1964. 1 child, Thomas Halberg.

father:
George Haywood

mother:
Ethel (Reynolds) Haywood

spouse:
Guri Halberg

child:
Thomas Halberg Haywood