Young planners occupy a marginal position in Bosnian and Herzegovinian (BiH) society. This position is a direct outcome of a multifaceted transition in BiH—war to peace, post-socialist, and neoliberal—during which planning transitioned from a comprehensive set of planning guidelines to a "flexible set of development strategies". This chapter shows that the general position of young planners in BiH is reflected in planners' access to employment, quality of education, undefined transition path. For all these accounts, the position of young planners in BiH is dire; hence it argues that they belong to the group of lost, broken, and fallen planners. The chapter focuses on the state of urban planning, which is defined as a legislative tool intended to regulate urban processes in order to create economically, aesthetically, and functionally stable cities. Urban planning and planners in the Balkans have been shaped by numerous transitions that have left different layers of planning principles and values.