Business and enterprise
Communication, Mediation and Negotiation Skills
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Finance and viability
Heritage and Conservation
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Politicians in Planning
Retail and Town Centres
Tourism and Leisure
Water and marine
East of England
20 April 2018
The RTPI is launching an interactive role play board game - called Place Makers - for students aged 14-18 to get them thinking about planning and inspire the next generation to...
19 April 2018
The RTPI has joined a number of national and Commonwealth organisations in a pledge to help build capacity in Commonwealth countries struggling with the impact of rapid urbanis...
18 April 2018
Improved transport connectivity in the North of England – such as new and expanded road networks – will not guarantee an economic boost, the RTPI has cautioned.
In its response...
18 April 2018
The contribution planning and the built environment professions make to international trade was discussed during a meeting this morning between the Minister for International T...
13 April 2018
The Welsh Government’s draft plan to manage Wales’s coast – known as the Welsh National Marine Plan – should be applauded for its integrated approach to land use and marine pla...
10 April 2018
Attaching automatic planning permission to housing land allocated in local plans in England would have limited impact on increasing the supply of homes, according to planners, s...
05 April 2018
Five members of the RTPI were today elected to the prestigious Academy of Social Sciences, the voice of the social sciences in the United Kingdom. The election of these lead...
29 March 2018
The Chief Executive of the Design Commission for Wales, the body tasked with promoting good design across Wales, has been awarded Honorary Membership of the RTPI. Carole-Anne ...
28 March 2018
A senior planner at Homes England – the government's housing delivery agency – has become the Royal Town Planning Institute’s newest Fellow.
Lindsey Richards, the Head of Pla...
27 March 2018
Heritage sites are at risk if proposals to combine the approvals for changes to listed buildings (known as Listed Building Consents) and general planning applications go ahead...