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07 October 2016
The RTPI has held its annual elections for the Vice-President, the Board of Trustees and the General Assembly.
John Acres (pictured right) has been elected as the RTPI Vice P...
06 October 2016
There is strong consensus that planning plays a critical role in creating places where homes are well connected to jobs, transport and infrastructure. Speakers at the RTPI and P...
05 October 2016
RTPI President Phil Williams saw first-hand how RTPI members are helping to deliver housing, infrastructure and award winning projects in the South East region during his visit ...
03 October 2016
Today the Communities Secretary Sajid Javid, and the Chancellor, Philip Hammond, announced a package of new measures for England to build more houses, more quickly, in the place...
30 September 2016
A housing development on Meadow Road in Worthing has won the Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI) South East’s top Award for Planning Excellence.
Meadow Road (pictured right)...
27 September 2016
The RTPI is joining forces with other stakeholders to help tackle problems around the recruitment and retention of planners in the East of England.
A review led by the East of ...
27 September 2016
Politicians speaking at the RTPI and Planning Portal Labour Party Conference fringe event are optimistic about the future of the profession despite the current problems, such as...
24 September 2016
Chelmsford City Park West, the mixed-use redevelopment on the former Anglia Ruskin University Central Campus, has won RTPI East of England’s Regional Award for Planning Excell...
23 September 2016
Despite decades of economic decline and considerable underperformance compared with the rest of England’s South East, the Thames Gateway is the region’s biggest growth opportu...
20 September 2016
The Cambridge, Milton Keynes and Oxford growth corridor requires targeted investment in infrastructure and stronger governance arrangements to maximize growth and productivity.