Deputy Manager - Healthy Streets & Compact Cities
Pranjal started working with the ITDP India Programme in 2016 and works as Senior Research Associate. Always inclined towards working for sustainable development of cities, Pranjal was previously involved with the United Nation Development Programme (UNDP) and Ministry of Nepal (MoUD) for the project ‘Post-Earthquake Reclustering of Settlements in Kathmandu-Nepal’ as part of his Master’s Thesis.
At ITDP, he is involved in various urban development projects like Complete Streets, Cycle Sharing systems, Parking management, and Transit-Oriented Development. His work includes technical advocacy with the Pune city authorities and research for development of policies and plans at city and national level. He is especially interested in on-ground implementation of projects and working for publications. His interest lies in designing and planning for sustainable architectural and urban scale projects.
An Architect-Urban Designer from Mumbai, Pranjal completed his Master’s in Urban Design from C.E.P.T. University, Ahmedabad and his undergraduate degree in architecture from National Institute for Technology, Nagpur. Prior to working at ITDP, he has worked as an architect for two years at architectural consultancy firms in Mumbai.
When not working, you can find Pranjal engrossed in either painting, cooking or gardening.