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12 June 2018
The RTPI Scotland’s journal – Scottish Planner – has won a prestigious industry award at a ceremony last month.
The journal and its designer Barton Willmore (pictured) were cro...
11 June 2018
Two members of the RTPI have been honoured by the Queen in this year’s Birthday Honours, both receiving Orders of the British Empire.
David Joy MRTPI, Chief Executive, London a...
08 June 2018
The planning system has directly contributed at least £2.35 billion to Welsh society in 2016/17, a major conference heard yesterday in Cardiff.
The figure - calculated using a ...
07 June 2018
RTPI Cymru and the Welsh Government have jointly launched a new tool that captures, for the first time, the economic, social and environmental value of planning delivered by lo...
04 June 2018
Do you want to be a part of the change at this year’s RTPI elections? Now is your opportunity to be the change you want to see at the Institute. There are a wide range of roles ...
01 June 2018
Recipients of a bursary designed to widen access to the planning profession have today been announced. The four undergraduate students – Sarah, Elina, Mark and Brittany – who co...
30 May 2018
Effective use of the planning system can harness the benefits and mitigate the impacts of airports on urban development, a major European conference has heard.
Six young planne...
29 May 2018
The RTPI has challenged the Institute for Apprenticeships’ (IfA) ability in assessing professional standards, after the latter has rejected the assessment plan of a degree-level...
25 May 2018
A 10-year plan to regenerate a declining fishing village in Scotland has won the top prize at a prestigious national awards ceremony last night.
The plan for Stromness – which ...
22 May 2018
Transport policy should be more strongly linked with the Welsh planning system to drive a shift towards active travel like cycling and walking, says RTPI Cymru.
It says active...